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B>Prophesy and magic combine in this powerful epic of imperial politics, dragons, gods and demons. /b>br>b>/b>br>b>You can have everything you want. If you sacrifice everything you believe . . ./b>Kihrin D'Mon is a wanted man after killing the Emperor of Quur - and not in a good way. So he heads for Jorat, to find the fourth person named in prophesy, who will either save or damn the world. He meets Janel Theranon, who claims she already knows him. And she wants Kihrin's help in saving Jorat's capital from a dragon, who can only be slain with his sword's magic. Unwittingly, Kirin also finds himself at the centre of a rebellion. One which puts him in direct opposition to Relos Var, his old enemy. For too long, Janel's battled the wizard alone - even betraying her ideals to bring him down. However, Var owns one of the world's most powerful artefacts: the Name of All Things. It bestows knowledge, which Var uses to gain what he wants most. This is now Kihrin D'Mon - and the world may not survive the consequences.b>The Name of All Things is book two in Jenn Lyons' thrilling epic fantasy series, A Chorus of Dragons, which began with The Ruin of Kings./b>br>b>/b>br>b>'What an extraordinary book . . . everything epic fantasy should be: rich, cruel, gorgeous, brilliant, enthralling and deeply deeply satisfying. I loved it' - Lev Grossman on The Ruin of Kings/b>br>b>/b>br>b>'Lyons proves she is worthy of comparison to other masters of epic fantasy, such as Patrick Rothfuss, Stephen R. Donaldson . . . and Melanie Rawn' - /b>b>Booklist on The Name of All Things (starred review)/b>

  • Auteur(s)

    Jenn Lyons

  • Éditeur

    Tor Books

  • Distributeur


  • Date de parution


  • EAN


  • Disponibilité


  • Nombre de pages

    720 Pages

  • Longueur

    19.7 cm

  • Largeur

    13.2 cm

  • Épaisseur

    4.9 cm

  • Poids

    522 g

  • Support principal


Jenn Lyons

  • Pays : Etats-unis
  • Langue : Anglais (etats-unis)

Jenn Lyons vit à Atlanta, Géorgie et est passionnée par la mythologie, la linguistique et les sciences occultes. Ce premier roman ouvre une saga saluée par la critique comme un événement et traduite dans plusieurs pays. Une adaptation en série télévisée est déjà prévue.