Enemy Glory

Enemy Glory

Book - 2001
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A new fantasy saga in the tradition of George R. R. Martin's A Game of Thrones begins in Enemy Glory. In a dark, atmospheric fantasy world where the realm of the supernatural lies in the North, warring kingdoms and a complex religion devoted to gods and goddesses of good and evil dominate the South.Young Llewelyn is an unhappy child in the southern city of Sunnashiven, estranged from his parents and solaced by a local hedge witch, who lies to him but makes him happy. After she dies, he is allowed to enter school and train to be a religious magician. But this education is interrupted by an ongoing war.Llewelyn, now a young man, flees to another kingdom. He joins a strange little revolutionary cadre led by young Duke Walworth. After many adventures in politics and another revolution, Llewelyn ends up an angry young magician ready to fight the world.Filled with memorable characters and true strangeness, Enemy Glory is the impressive launch of a new fantasy world.
Publisher: New York: Tor, 2001.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780312890612
0312890613
Characteristics: 382 p. ;,25 cm.

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