The Liar's Key

by Mark Lawrence

Part of the Red Queen's War Series

eBooks of the Month Fantasy

The Liar's Key Synopsis

The Red Queen has set her players on the board...Winter is keeping Prince Jalan Kendeth far from the luxuries of his southern palace. And although the North may be home to his companion, the warrior Snorri ver Snagason, he is just as eager to leave. For the Viking is ready to challenge all of Hel to bring his wife and children back into the living world. He has Loki's key - now all he needs is to find the door.

The Liar's Key Press Reviews

'There are special rewards in store here for readers of the Broken Empire series. Highly recommended'
ROBIN HOBB

'Marks an unbroken and steady ascent to the top of my favourite-fantasy pile. Lawrence gets better with each book he writes'
MYKE COLE

'Reminds me of when I first discovered Gemmell and Hobb and I can't wait for the next instalment'
DAVID CHADWICK

'The brisk adventure and black magic will leave readers eager for the next chapter in the series' Publisher's Weekly

'Lawrence improves with every book he writes and if he keeps on like this, we may have to turn the ratings system up to eleven. Magnificent, and highly recommended'
Starburst Magazine

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ISBN: 9780007531608
Publication date: 07/04/2016
Publisher:
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780007531608
Publication date: 7th April 2016
Author: Mark Lawrence
Publisher:
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 672 pages
Genres: eBook Favourites, Fantasy,
Categories: Fantasy,

About Mark Lawrence

Mark Lawrence was born in Champagne-Urbanan, Illinois, to British parents but moved to the UK at the age of one. He went back to the US after taking a PhD in mathematics at Imperial College to work on a variety of research projects including the 'Star Wars' missile defence programme. Returning to the UK, he has worked mainly on image processing and decision/reasoning theory. He says he never had any ambition to be a writer so was very surprised when a half-hearted attempt to find an agent turned into a global publishing deal overnight. His first trilogy, The Broken ...

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