A New Novel Vlad TaltosVlad (Volume 14)
Vlad Taltos returns as Stephen Brusts's New York Times bestselling epic fantasy series continues with Hawk...
Years ago, Vlad Taltos came to make his way as a human amidst the impossibly tall, fantastically long-lived natives of the Dragaeran Empire. He joined the Jhereg, the Dragaeran House (of which there are seventeen) that handles the Empire's vices: gambling, rackets, organized crime. He became a professional assassin. He was good at it.
But that was then, before Vlad and the Jhereg became mortal enemies.
For years, Vlad has run from one end of the Empire to the other, avoiding the Jhereg assassins who pursue him. Now, finally, he's back in the imperial capital where his family and friends are. He means to stay there this time. Whatever happens. And whatever it takes.
"Watch Steven Brust. He's good. He moves fast. He surprises you. Watching him untangle the diverse threads of intrigue, honor, character and mayhem from amid the gears of a world as intricately constructed as a Swiss watch is a rare pleasure." —Roger Zelazny
MAKING A STAND OR MAKING TRACKS
Several years ago, I was getting drunk with four or five of the most powerful sorcerers in the Empire—like you do—when Daymar told a story. We were in the library of Castle Black, having...
Praise for Hawk
"Wonderful... Like most of Brust's books, this witty, wry tale stands alone and is very accessible to new readers." —Publishers Weekly on Tiassa
"Delightful, exciting, and sometimes brilliant." —Neil Gaiman
"Steven Brust may well be America's best fantasy writer." —Tad Williams