Night Angel Nemesis

Night Angel Nemesis

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Hardback Published on: 27/04/2023
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Synopsis

Brent Weeks returns to the New York Times bestselling world of the Night Angel in Night Angel Nemesis, following master assassin Kylar on a new adventure - as the High King Logan Gyre calls on him to save his kingdom and the hope of peace.

After the war that cost him so much, Kylar Stern is broken and alone. He's determined not to kill again, but an impending amnesty will pardon the one murderer he can't let walk free. He promises himself this is the last time. One last hit to tie up the loose ends of his old, lost life. But Kylar's best - and maybe only - friend, the High King Logan Gyre, needs him. To protect a fragile peace, Logan's new kingdom, and the king's twin sons, he needs Kylar to secure a powerful magical artifact that was unearthed during the war.

With rumors that a ka'kari may be found, adversaries both old and new are on the hunt. And if Kylar has learned anything, it's that ancient magics are better left in the hands of those he can trust. If he does the job right, he won't need to kill at all. This isn't an assassination - it's a heist. But some jobs are too hard for an easy conscience, and some enemies are so powerful the only answer lies in the shadows.

  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
  • ISBN: 9780356520438
  • Number of pages: 848
  • Weight: 1040g
  • Dimensions: 240 x 162 x 52 mm

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Night Angel Nemesis
Night Angel Nemesis
Night Angel Nemesis by Brent Weeks. I read the original trilogy when it was first released and liked it a lot. My anticipation for this book was very hig... READ MORE
Mark Redman
Night Angel Nemesis
Night Angela Nemesis
Night Angel Nemesis by Brent Weeks. I read the original trilogy when it was first released and liked it a lot. My anticipation for this book was very hig... READ MORE
Mark Redman