The Hammer by K. J. ParkerThe Hammer by K. J. Parker

The Hammer

byK. J. Parker

Paperback | January 5, 2011

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A new stand-alone novel from the acclaimed author ofThe CompanyandThe Folding Knife.
Gignomai is the youngest brother in the current generation of met'Oc, a once-noble family exiled on an island for their role in a vaguely remembered civil war.

On this island, a colony was founded seventy years ago. The plan was originally for the colonists to mine silver, but there turned out not to be any.

Now, an uneasy peace exists on the island, between the colonists and the met'Oc. The met'Oc are tolerated, in spite of occasional cattle stealing raids, since they alone possess the weapons considered necessary protection against the island's savages.

Gignomai is about to discover exactly what it is expected of him, and what it means to defy his family. He is the hammer who will provide the spark that will ignite a brutal and bloody war.

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K.J. Parker is a pseudonym.
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Title:The HammerFormat:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 1.25 inPublished:January 5, 2011Publisher:OrbitLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0316038563

ISBN - 13:9780316038560

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"I have reviewed books before that I thought might someday be found to have achieved greatness.... But I am trying to be precise in my use of the word when I tell you that K.J. Parker is writing work after work that demands to be placed in that category. " --- Orson Scott Card on The Engineer trilogy"It's a dark, bleak and fiercely intelligent portrait of the human condition..." --- SFX on The Company"Imagine Lost meets The Italian Job...a masterfully planned and executed book, one that builds on ever-revealing characterization and back-story, leading slowly yet inexorably to its final conclusion." --- SFF World on The Company