The Bard's BladeThe Sorcerer's Song (Volume 1)
Brian D. Anderson
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On Sale: 01/28/2020
ISBN: 9781250214645432 Pages
The Bard's Blade is the start of the new Sorcerer's Song fantasy adventure series from Brian D. Anderson, bestselling author of The Godling Chronicles and Dragonvein.
Mariyah enjoys a simple life in Vylari, a land magically sealed off from the outside world, where fear and hatred are all but unknown. There she's a renowned wine maker and her betrothed, Lem, is a musician of rare talent. Their destiny has never been in question. Whatever life brings, they will face it together.
Then a stranger crosses the wards into Vylari for the first time in centuries, bringing a dark prophecy that forces Lem and Mariyah down separate paths. How far will they have to go to stop a rising darkness and save their home? And how much of themselves will they have to give up along the way?
All things that end, begin anew.
Book of Kylor, Chapter Six, Verse Two
Mariyah leaned back in her chair, rubbing her neck and twisting the stiffness from the muscles in her back....
Praise for The Bard's Blade
“Magic, music, assassinations, and betrayal . . . a successful mix of some of the finest elements of James Islington's The Shadow of What Was Lost, Patrick Rothfuss's The Name of the Wind, and Anderson's own Behind the Vale . . . everything fans of epic fantasy will be looking for on their next big adventure. Highly recommended.”—Grimdark Magazine
“One of the best books I've read this year . . . a true page-turner that delivers on all fronts.”—BookNest
“Damn entertaining and engrossing . . . The alluring song that Anderson orchestrated with his words enchanted me, and I absolutely loved every second of reading The Bard's Blade.”—Novel Notions
“Filled with twists and turns, likable characters, and rich worldbuilding. Natural pacing provides an equal mix of colorful descriptions, character development, and exciting action scenes.”—Library Journal
“Ambitious, enjoyable . . . surprising twists [and] plenty to be explored in further installments.”—Publishers Weekly-