Antiagon Fire

The Seventh Book of the Imager Portfolio

The Imager Portfolio (Volume 7)

L.E. Modesitt, Jr.

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In L.E. Modesitt, Jr.'s Antiagon Fire, the hard-won battles fought in Imager's Battalion have earned Quaeryt a promotion to commander, as well as an assignment to convince the Pharsi High Council in the nation of Khel to submit to Lord Bhayar's rule, which is key to Bhayar's ambition to unite all of Solidar. Joined by his pregnant wife Vaelora, who is also Bhayar's sister, Quaeryt leads an army and a handful of imagers deeper into the hostile lands once held by the tyrannical Rex Kharst, facing stiff-necked High Holders, attacks by land and sea—including airborne fire launched by hostile imagers from the land of Antiago—and a mysterious order of powerful women who seem to recognize the great destiny that awaits Quareyt and Vaelora, as well as the cost of achieving it.

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Quaeryt shivered. He opened his eyes to find himself looking up into a white sky, a sky from which flakes like icy needles jabbed at his exposed face. The low moaning of a deep winter wind filled his ears. Yet, for all that the icy needles fell upon his face, each one freezing, then burning, before penetrating his skin with a thread of chill that combined into a web that bled all warmth from his body … there was no wind.
Standing around and above him, in a circle like pillars, looming out of the icy mist drifting down over him, were troopers in the blue-gray

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Praise for Antiagon Fire

Praise for The Imager Portfolio

“Solidly engrossing.”
Kirkus Reviews on Princeps

“The author excels in creating worlds that are believable down to the last detail and characters whose vitality expresses itself in actions that have resounding consequences.”
Library Journal on Scholar

“Quaeryt is a fascinating character, and his trials and journey are action packed and yet intellectual.”
RT Book Reviews, 4 stars, on Scholar

“Modesitt has only one style: subtle intrigues anchored in vividly drawn, complex characters, stiffly formal conversations and descriptional arabesques in tones of gray. Perhaps the best so far in this consistently fascinating series.”
Kirkus, Starred Review, on Scholar

“Modesitt's work shines with engrossing characters, terrific plotting, and realistic world-building.”
RT Book Reviews on Imager

“The Imager Portfolio features some of the best characters Modesitt has ever created.”
Booklist on Imager's Challenge

“Modesitt has drawn a superb portrait of an honest and powerful man handed a crisis that even he may not be able to handle. . . .  Extremely satisfying.”
Booklist on Imager's Intrigue


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L.E. Modesitt, Jr.

L. E. MODESITT, JR., is the bestselling author of over forty novels encompassing two science fiction series and three fantasy series, including the saga of Recluce. He lives in Cedar City, Utah.

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Antiagon Fire
The Seventh Book of the Imager Portfolio
L.E. Modesitt, Jr.

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Tom Doherty Associates
Tor Books
May 2013
e-Book Agency
ISBN: 9781466814172
ISBN10: 1466814179
164 pages
$8.99

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Hardcover
Tom Doherty Associates
Tor Books
May 2013
Hardcover
ISBN: 9780765334572
ISBN10: 0765334577
6 1/8 x 9 1/4 inches, 464 pages
$27.99

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Mass Market Paperbound
Tom Doherty Associates
Tor Fantasy
March 2014
Mass Market Paperbound
ISBN: 9780765369987
ISBN10: 0765369982
4 3/16 x 6 3/4 inches, 576 pages
$8.99
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