Prisoner of the Iron Tower

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Publisher Description

A writer of rare imagination, Sarah Ash lends her unique vision to epic fantasy. In this captivating continuation of her saga, the author of Lord of Snow and Shadows revisits a realm filled with spirits and singers, daemons and kings. . . . 

Gavril Nagarian has finally cast out the dragon-daemon from within himself. The Drakhaoul is gone—and with it all of Gavril’s fearsome powers. No longer possessed, he is instead being driven mad by the Drakhaoul’s absence. Worse, he has betrayed his blood, his people, and put the ice-bound princedom of Azhkendir at risk—and lost.At the mercy of the victorious Eugene of Tielen, Gavril is sentenced to life in an insane asylum. For the power-hungry Eugene longs to possess a Drakhaoul of his own, and his prisoner seems the best way to achieve that goal. Meanwhile, a shattered empire reunites. But peace is as fragile as a rebel’s whisper—and a captive’s wish to be free. . . .

Praise for Prisoner of the Iron Tower

“A new fantasy series [that] will leave readers drooling to get their hands on the sequel.”Publishers Weekly

“Solid, wonderful fantasy, sparkling and imaginative!”Booklist

“Ash takes her large and colorful cast of characters from horror to pathos, from triumph to betrayal, smoothly and convincingly. a roller-coaster ride of events and emotions in the best modern fantasy manner.”Kirkus Reviews

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2004
August 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
480
Pages
PUBLISHER
Random House Worlds
SELLER
Penguin Random House LLC
SIZE
1.5
MB

Customer Reviews

sailorveee ,

I want the bad guy to win lol

I feel like I’m rooting for Eugene most of the time. I wish that he felt more of a villain, but he’s always fighting with himself on what the right thing to do is so it’s hard to read this book without silently cheering him on.

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