Imager's IntrigueThe Imager Portfolio (Volume 3)
L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
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ISBN: 9781250173294496 Pages
The Imager Porfolio is a bestselling and innovative epic fantasy series from L. E. Modesitt, Jr. that RT Book Reviews says “shines with engrossing characters, terrific plotting, and realistic world-building.” Continue the journey with Imager's Intrigue.
Rhenn has a wife and a young child, and a solid career as an imager. But he has made more than one enemy during his journey from apprentice painter to master imager, and even his great powers won't allow him to escape his past.
The Imager Portfolio
#1 Imager / #2 Imager’s Challenge / #3 Imager’s Intrigue / #4 Scholar / #5 Princeps / #6 Imager’s Battalion / #7 Antiagon Fire / #8 Rex Regis / #9 Madness in Solidar / #10 Treachery’s Tools / #11 Assassin’s Price
Other series by this author:
The Saga of Recluce
The Corean Chronicles
The Spellsong Cycle
The Ghost Books
The Ecolitan Matter
Unlike most people, I hated actually going to sleep and looked forward to waking up . . . in a way. When I'd been a struggling apprentice portraiturist years before, I never would have believed I could have felt that way, but life has a way...
Praise for Imager's Intrigue
“An exhilarating thriller . . . Stands alone, but is enhanced, by reading the previous two entries especially when the past comes home to roost. The story line is fast-paced while the locales are vivid. . . . A strong tale in which the hero knows he has come a long way, but learns how fast you can go in reverse.” —The Midwest Book Review on Imager’s Intrigue
“Examines complicated social issues while managing to hold the reader's attention with a fascinating story.” —Sacramento Book Review on Imager’s Intrigue
“Consistently intriguing in every sense.” —Kirkus Reviews on Imager’s Intrigue
“The Imager Portfolio features some of the best characters Modesitt has ever created, real enough to make you consider what you'd do in their places.” —Booklist on Imager's Challenge
“Meticulous world-building.… The world is fascinating, and the Imagers themselves are extraordinary.” —Romantic Times Book Reviews on Imager