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Today I’m on the ‘The Poison Song’ blogtour, organised by Random Things Tours.
To promote Jen Williams her book I have an excerpt, but b
About the Author :
Jen Williams started writing about pirates and dragons as a young girl and hasn’t ever stopped. Her short stories have featured in numerous anthologies and her debut novel, The Copper Promise, was published in 2014 to huge acclaim. Jen was nominated in the Best Newcomer category at the 2015 British Fantasy Awards and her following two novels, The Iron Ghost and The Silver Tide were both shortlisted for the British Fantasy Awards Novel of the Year. Jen lives in London with her partner and their cat.
16 May 2019 | Headline | Trade Paperback | £14.99
The electrifying conclusion to the Winnowing Flame trilogy from British Fantasy Award Winner Jen Williams
Ebora was once a glorious city, defended by legendary warriors and celebrated in song. Now refugees from every corner of Sarn seek shelter within its crumbling walls, and the enemy that has poisoned their land won’t lie dormant for long.
The deep-rooted connection that Tormalin, Noon and the scholar Vintage share with their Eboran war-beasts has kept them alive so far. But with Tor distracted, and his sister Hestillion hell-bent on bringing ruthless order to the next Jure’lia attack, the people of Sarn need all the help they can get.
Noon is no stranger to playing with fire and knows just where to recruit a new – and powerful – army. But even she underestimates the epic quest that is to come. It is a journey wrought with pain and sacrifice – a reckoning that will change the face of Sarn forever.
PRAISE FOR THE WINNOWING FLAME TRILOGY
‘Williams excels at eldritch world-building’
‘An addictive and coherent fantasy world filled with all sorts of deliciously interesting things within it… Fantasy adventure at its very best’
‘Incredible heroines… incredible fantasy… Escapism at its finest’
‘Full of people you want to spend time with and enemies you’d happily run from’
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