The Company of Glass (Everien, #1)



The Company of Glass (Everien, #1) THE COMPANY OF GLASS is the first volume in a three book series that tells the story of Tarquin the Free, a man with no clan, no king, and a past that he would rather deny But when he learns that his homeland Everien is about to be overrun by his old enemies the Sekk, who command an army almost too large to comprehend, he has no choice but to intervene He must alert the new King to the danger that awaits even if it means returning to the enchanted city of Jai Khalar, seat of the weird ancient Knowledge that he renounced nine years ago The Knowledge that meant he had to abandon his eight companions to die in the Floating Land of Jai Pendu, that forced him to become an outcast from the land and the people he loved The Knowledge of Jai Khalar haunts not only Tarquin, but all the Sekk an eerie race that appear to be extraordinarily beautiful human beings, but which possess people as demons do And those the Sekk cannot enslave they murder But Tarquin is not the only man with ambitions to defeat the Sekk the daughter of his late best friend also wishes to rid her people of this omnipresent threat One of them must succeed but who will be prepared to take the greater risks, willing to make the ultimate sacrifice on the altar of the magic of Knowledge. Download The Company of Glass (Everien, #1) By Valery Leith – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • The Company of Glass (Everien, #1)
  • Valery Leith
  • English
  • 03 February 2017
  • 1857985443

10 thoughts on “The Company of Glass (Everien, #1)

  1. Asha Stark says:

    I tried so hard guys, so so so hard I m about 70% of the way through though and thought to myself, Life s just too short for this Also a barbarian army leader called Tash Ugh Why put myself through that when I could jsut read The Horse and His Boy again.

  2. Kate says:

    Well, Ms Leith had an advantage here After reading Gravity s Rainbow, I was inclined to like anything that was light and didn t take me four months to plow through Bonus I love her imagery it s just gorgeous The story is well told, well paced, and full of beautiful images I love the chapter titles They re so much fun Plus, while I ve been meaning to read China Mieville for a while, Leith really kicked that desire into gear, as shall be shown in the near future.All in all, a great readi Well, Ms Leith had an advantage here After reading Gravity...

  3. Jenniffer says:

    Book one of the Everien series Just one of those books I couldn t get into, and unfortunately have already forgotten most of the story.

  4. T J says:

    Quintar was a great warrior with his notorious fighters go up against a foe like no other What comes after of epic battles and war to save his world andGreat one read.

  5. Linda Seiler says:

    Book was difficult to follow Not sure if I care enough about the characters to finish the trilogy, but book does end on an interesting note.

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