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The Girl on the liar's throne (Bk 3)

The Girl on the liar's throne (Bk 3)
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S0004120705 Pat
Adult Fiction Fantasy   Griffith . Available .  
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ISBN 9781473200043
Call Number F Pat
Author Patrick, Den
Title The Girl on the liar's throne (Bk 3)
Place of production London : Gollancz, 2016
Series The Erebus Sequence 3
Notes Mixing Machiavellian intrigue and the high fantasy of authors like Scott Lynch, Den Patrick's fantasy novels, with their Renaissance Italy like setting have brought an enticing new flavour to the fantasy genre. In a castle that is, itself, reminiscent of Gormenghast in its size and brooding presence a collection of young, flawed but resilient outsiders find their way in a dangerous society teetering on the brink of dramatic change, even as it learns the fantastical secrets of its past. Anea is the Silent Queen and she is struggling to bring change to the ancient society of Landfall. Vested interests and dark magics alike are determined to hold onto power and in a society where the loyalties of many are fluid and the true nature of the players is hidden the game of politics can be a lethal one even for those close to the throne. Den Patrick has won an enthusiastic audience for this series and has rapidly become a key figure amongst a new generation of fantasy writers bringing a fresh engagement to the genre world both on the page and within the fan community.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Abnormalities, Human
Imposters and imposture
Women prisoners
Imaginary places
Genre Fantasy fiction
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