Unholy War by David HairUnholy War by David Hair

Unholy War

byDavid Hair

Paperback | August 2, 2016

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Unholy War, the penultimate volume of David Hair's Moontide Quartet, sets the stage for the series' impending conclusion.Fanboy Comicscompares it to "great fantasy epics such asA Song of Ice and FireandThe Wheel of Time, and it easily earns its place amongst them."
Tensions are mounting after a devastating battle before the walls of Shaliyah, birthplace of the Prophet. The East is rising, bringing equal measures of hope and despair to the magical world of Urte.For some Salim's victory is a call to arms, for others it is evidence of a world gone mad. While the armies of East and West clash in brutal conflict, emperors, inquisitors, Souldrinkers, and assassins all have their attention turned elsewhere as they hunt the Scytale of Corineus. The immensely powerful artifact is the key to ultimate power, and it's in the hands of unlikely guardians: failed mage Alaron Mercer and market-girl Ramita Ankesharan, who carries the child of the world's greatest mage. The fate of the world hinges on destruction should the artifact fall into the wrong hands.
David Hairis the award-winning writer of two YA fiction series,The Aotearoa(set in New Zealand), andThe Return of Ravana(based on the Vedic epicThe Ramayana).Mage's Bloodis his first work of adult fantasy and the first in his brand-new Moontide Quartet. Hair was raised in New Zealand, and after briefly settling down in Britain and Indi...
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Title:Unholy WarFormat:PaperbackDimensions:688 pages, 8.25 × 5.75 × 2.25 inPublished:August 2, 2016Publisher:QuercusLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1681444984

ISBN - 13:9781681444987

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Date published: 2017-03-11

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"The Moontide Quartet has everything I am looking for when I want a truly epic feel and Unholy War is a very worthy continuation of a good thing."-Fantasy Review Barn