Exile And Pilgrim (shadow In The Storm, Book 2) by Graeme K. TalboysExile And Pilgrim (shadow In The Storm, Book 2) by Graeme K. Talboys

Exile And Pilgrim (shadow In The Storm, Book 2)

byGraeme K. Talboys

Paperback | April 25, 2017

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Jeniche of Antar's old life has a nasty habit of catching up with her.Jeniche has been a thief, a fugitive and an enemy of the law. After her clash with deadly Occassan soldiers, the remote northern land of Ynysvron seemed like a good place to lie low. Yet just when she feels ready to call this land home, her unique skills are called upon once again.Jeniche has impressed the warriors of Ynysvron, and they want her to join their dangerous quest for lost treasure. But when an old friend joins their group, Jeniche realises that the quest is far more than it seems.Her new home is under threat of invasion, and the treasure she must seek might be their only hope of survival.
Graeme K. Talboys was born in Hammersmith. In between teaching in schools and museums, he has published eight works of non-fiction (on museum education, drama, and matters spiritual). He has also written more than a dozen novels. The first (written when he was seventeen) was lost on a train. The next two (written in his early twenties)...
Title:Exile And Pilgrim (shadow In The Storm, Book 2)Format:PaperbackDimensions:322 pagesPublished:April 25, 2017Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0008153795

ISBN - 13:9780008153793


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Praise for Stealing into Winter:'A first-class adventure which moves with a pace and panache rarely seen these days. If you like good future fantasy you'll love this. Reminiscent of M. J. Harrison or China Miéville at their fascinating best. I enjoyed Stealing into Winter a lot.'Michael Moorcock'Stealing into Winter is an evocative future fantasy. It follows the struggles of former thief Jeniche of Antar and her companions to maintain their humanity as, displaced by war, the odds seem stacked against them. Graeme K. Talboys has created engaging characters who live on in the reader's mind long after the last page has been turned.'Susan Murray, author of The Waterborne Blade.'As an author, [Talboys] has a strong, clear but not authoritarian sort of voice, and that carries over brilliantly into fiction. Stealing into Winter is a really interesting piece of future fantasy . [I] am waiting impatiently to read the rest' Druid Life