The Dead God's Due

The Dead God s Due The end of the world is nigh and Yazid Valerian warrior priest of Ilaweh is alone with the truth the time of the Dead God s prophecy is at hand and the world s fate hangs in the balance His only h

  • Title: The Dead God's Due
  • Author: Matt Gilbert
  • ISBN: 9781530832002
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Paperback
  • The end of the world is nigh, and Yazid Valerian, warrior priest of Ilaweh, is alone with the truth the time of the Dead God s prophecy is at hand, and the world s fate hangs in the balance His only hope is to lead an expedition across the sea in search of fabled Nihlos, City of Sorcerers, where he hopes to make allies of ancient enemies.Kariana Tasinal was never trainedThe end of the world is nigh, and Yazid Valerian, warrior priest of Ilaweh, is alone with the truth the time of the Dead God s prophecy is at hand, and the world s fate hangs in the balance His only hope is to lead an expedition across the sea in search of fabled Nihlos, City of Sorcerers, where he hopes to make allies of ancient enemies.Kariana Tasinal was never trained to be empress of Nihlos, and she never wanted the job Aiul Amrath, respected physician and heir to his house, is close to war with his mother over his choice to marry a commoner Yazid s arrival will force Kariana to confront her crippling lack of leadership skills, and turn Aiul down dark paths he never imagined.As cultures clash, Yazid must face the truth he and his men may well be the cause of the very catastrophe they intended to prevent The end of the world will not begin in his own land as he had imagined.It has already begun here, in Nihlos.

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    1. Plot:The book opens with a fairly long prologue, it takes up 9% of the book and sets up the world and the events to come in the rest of the book. A man named the Monster was captured and executed after several failed attempts, the man was seemingly undead. They tried to hang him but he hung there kicking for over an hour. His eyes had been gouged out but he could still see. They ended up burning him, but he was laughing about it appearing to be in no pain. He called on hundreds of thousands of r [...]

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