Tower Lord by Anthony Ryan.
Published by Orbit 1/7/14
Signed, Stamped, Numbered 87/100, First Edition. Purchased From Goldsboro Books
A similar copy is available from AbeBooks for approx £120
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The enthralling new novel in the New York Times bestselling Raven’s Shadow series, and sequel to the hugely popular and critically acclaimed epic fantasy debut Blood Song. THE REALM BURNS. Vaelin Al Sorna is tired of war. He’s fought countless battles in service to the Realm and Faith. His reward was the loss of his love, the death of his friends and a betrayal by his king. After five years in an Alpiran dungeon, he just wants to go home. Reva intends to welcome Vaelin back with a knife between the ribs. He destroyed her family and ruined her life. Nothing will stop her from exacting bloody vengeance – not even the threat of invasion from the greatest enemy the Realm has ever faced. Yet as the fires of war spread, foes become friends and truths turn to lies. To save the Realm, Reva must embrace a future she does not want – and Vaelin must revisit a past he’d rather leave buried. Praise for the Raven’s Shadow series: ‘Engrossing’ – Buzzfeed ‘Powerful’ – SFFWorld ‘Compelling’ – SFX
A little bit about the author- Anthony Ryan is the New York Times best selling author of the Raven’s Shadow epic fantasy novels as well as the Slab City Blues science fiction series. He was born in Scotland in 1970 but spent much of his adult life living and working in London. After a long career in the British Civil Service he took up writing full time after the success of his first novel Blood Song, Book One of the Raven’s Shadow trilogy. He has a degree in history, and his interests include art, science and the unending quest for the perfect pint of real ale. For news and general wittering about stuff he likes, check out Anthony’s blog at: anthonystuff.wordpress.com.