Reading Blood Of Tyrants Author Naomi Novik Ivogue.co.uk Shipwrecked And Cast Ashore In Japan With No Memory Of Temeraire Or His Own Experiences As An English Aviator, Laurence Finds Himself Tangled In Deadly Political Intrigues That Threaten Not Only His Own Life But England S Already Precarious Position In The Far East Age Old Enmities And Suspicions Have Turned The Entire Region Into A Powder Keg Ready To Erupt At The Slightest Spark A Spark That Laurence And Temeraire May Unwittingly Provide, Leaving Britain Faced With New Enemies Just When They Most Desperately Need Allies Instead.For To The West, Another, Wider Conflagration Looms Napoleon Has Turned On His Former Ally, The Emperor Alexander Of Russia, And Is Even Now Leading The Largest Army The World Has Ever Seen To Add That Country To His List Of Conquests It Is There, Outside The Gates Of Moscow, That A Reunited Laurence And Temeraire Along With Some Unexpected Allies And Old Friends Will Face Their Ultimate Challengeand Learn Whether Or Not There Are Stronger Ties Than Memory.Naomi Novik S Beloved Temeraire Series, A Brilliant Combination Of Fantasy And History That Reimagines The Napoleonic Wars As Fought With The Aid Of Intelligent Dragons, Is A Twenty First Century Classic From The First Volume, His Majesty S Dragon, Readers Have Been Entranced By The Globe Spanning Adventures Of The Resolute Capt William Laurence And His Brave But Impulsive Dragon, Temeraire Now, In Blood Of Tyrants, The Penultimate Volume Of The Series, Novik Is At The Very Height Of Her Powers As She Brings Her Story To Its Widest, Most Colorful Canvas Yet.
An avid reader of fantasy literature since age six, when she first made her way through The Lord of the Rings, Naomi Novik is also a history buff with a particular interest in the Napoleonic era and a fondness for the work of Patrick O Brian and Jane Austen She studied English literature at Brown University, and did graduate work in computer science at Columbia University before leaving to partic
- 352 pages
- Blood of Tyrants
- Naomi Novik
- 20 February 2017 Naomi Novik