Daniel Abraham is the author of the critically acclaimed Long Price quartet. He has been nominated for the Hugo, Nebula and World Fantasy awards, and won the International Horror Guild Award. He also writes (with Ty Frank) as James S. A. Corey, author of the New York Times bestselling Expanse sequence - now a major TV series. He lives in New Mexico.
This outstanding series debut . . . instantly hooks readers with dual mysteries . . Readers will eagerly anticipate the sequel * PUBLISHERS WEEKLY * Age of Ash is a stunningly written, character driven story, centred on thieves, grief, and dark magic. Abraham certainly knows how to enchant his readers and transport them to the city of Kithamar, a place of beauty and of forbidding secrets -- FANTASY HIVE on AGE OF ASH An atmospheric and fascinating tapestry, woven with skill and patience -- Joe Abercrombie, Sunday Times bestselling author of A LITTLE HATRED Kithamar is a spectacular creation, a city brought to life by dance, intricate worldbuilding and subtle magic. Fans of Scott Lynch . . . will enjoy this one -- Django Wexler, author of ASHES OF THE SUN Daniel Abraham builds this world up with all the confident craftsmanship you'd expect from an author of his pedigree . . . So hang on to your cloak and dagger, Kithamar is in the hands of a pro. * SFX * The character stories in Age of Ash are phenomenal . . . Abraham is one of the most creative and original authors in the genre . . . I can't wait to learn more about what lurks under the streets of Kithamar -- QUILL TO LIVE on AGE OF ASH Much like The Expanse, Age of Ash is an incredible exercise in realistic and detailed world building -- GEEKLYINC on AGE OF ASH It's clear with this first in the Kithamar Trilogy that Abraham is on his way to giving us yet another must-read series -- FANTASY LITERATURE on AGE OF ASH There's plenty of intrigue and politics, mostly seen through the eyes of people in well over their heads, and Abraham's latest is certainly an intriguing introduction to a series, hinting at plenty of larger events to come -- BOOKLIST on AGE OF ASH Abraham's prose is beautiful and the early chapters where he is building the city for the reader were a joy to read -- GRIMDARK MAGAZINE on AGE OF ASH This new work bears the hallmark of a great Abraham work: intricate and dirty schemes enacted by initially sympathetic characters who make self-serving choices that they will eventually come to regret, but often too late to change course -- KIRKUS on AGE OF ASH Everything I look for in a fantasy -- George R.R. Martin on THE DRAGON'S PATH Prepare to be shocked, startled, and entertained -- Locus on THE DRAGON'S PATH