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Nights of Villjamur

Nights of Villjamur (Paperback)

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Synopsis

An ice age strikes a chain of islands, and thousands come to seek sanctuary at the gates of Villjamur. It's a city of ancient spires and bridges, a place where banshees wail and cultists use forgotten technology. And beyond the now besieged walls, the dead have been seen walking across the tundra.



When the Emperor commits suicide, his heir, Rika, is brought home to lead the Jamur Empire. But the corrupt Chancellor has his own designs on the throne. Meanwhile, a senior investigator in the city inquisition must solve the savage murder of a city politician, and a charming rogue manipulates his way into the imperial residence with a hidden agenda.



Then one crime leads to another and a plot is uncovered that could mean genocide for thousands of citizens. It seems that, in this land under a red sun, the long winter is bringing more than just snow . . .



`A dark epic which shows its debt to Gormenghast: death stalks the shadows and scheming, idiosyncratic characters have their own agendas' Guardian, `A promising start to a series worth pursuing' The Times, `A great book ... an assured tale written with style, intelligence and skill' SFFWorld.com

Fiction & PoetryFantasy Publisher: Pan Macmillan Publication Date: 25/02/2016 ISBN-13: 9781509823130  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
Availability: Printed to order. Despatched in 2-3 weeks.  

Mark Charan Newton was born in 1981, and holds a degree in Environmental Science. After working in bookselling, he moved into publishing, working on film and media tie-in fiction, and later, science fiction and fantasy. He currently lives and works in Nottingham. For more information and updates, visit his website www.markcnewton.com

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