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The great war cannot be stopped. 

The tyrant Geder Palliako begins a conquest aimed at bringing peace to the world, though his resources are stretched too thin. When things go poorly, he finds a convenient target among the 13 races and sparks a genocide. 

Clara Kalliam, freed by having fallen from grace, remakes herself as a 'loyal traitor' and starts building an underground resistance movement that seeks to undermine Geder through those closest to him. 

Cithrin bel Sarcour is apprenticing in a city that's taken over by Antea and uses her status as Geder's onetime lover to cover up an underground railroad smuggling refugees to safety. 

And Marcus Wester and Master Kit race against time and Geder Palliako's men in an attempt to awaken a force that could change the fate of the world.

©2013 Daniel Abraham (P)2018 Little, Brown Book Group

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  • 04-10-2019

Broken and the last parts are missing

the last few books are missing, to say that this is disappointing would be a gross understatement. Daniel Abraham has an unfortunate way of ending his books making it sound as if the recording is broken.,

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