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In a Time of Treason (#2 Tales of Durand)

David Keck



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Tor U.K.
07 August 2018
Adventure; Fantasy; Epic Fantasy; Dark Fantasy / Grimdark; Mythological Creatures, People & Places; Monsters Fantasy
In a Time of Treason, book two of the Tales of Durand, continues the gripping story of Durand Col, a man at the heart of a nation divided in David Keck's acclaimed and gritty epic fantasy.

Fighting under the banner of Lord Lamoric, Durand and his companions have thwarted a mad duke's ambition and saved the crown, but their victory has brought them scars, empty purses, and little else. The fragile peace they forged with their sacrifices cannot hold. Too many barons have plotted against the king, driving him to vengeful madness, sending the kingdom into chaos.

Can Durand's loyalties and the land of his birth survive the forces that threaten to tear them asunder during a time of treason?
By:   David Keck
Imprint:   Tor U.K.
Volume:   2
Dimensions:   Height: 231mm,  Width: 155mm,  Spine: 25mm
Weight:   376g
ISBN:   9781250172532
ISBN 10:   1250172535
Series:   Tales of Durand
Pages:   352
Publication Date:   07 August 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

DAVID KECK, originally from Winnipeg, Canada, is a middle school teacher and cartoonist living in New York with his wife science fiction and fantasy senior editor, Anne Groell. Keck's cartoons can be found in online and print publications. He also has a degree in English Literature/History and Education and a MA in Creative Writing.

Reviews for In a Time of Treason (#2 Tales of Durand)

Deftly told.... A gritty medieval fantasy full of enchantment. --Publishers Weekly (starred review) on In the Eye of Heaven A powerful and assured debut. --Jacqueline Carey, bestselling author of Kushiel's Dart, on In the Eye of Heaven The debut of an exceptional series, revealing the mythical depth and resonance possible within the genre of fantasy--a rare feat these days. --Steven Erikson on In the Eye of Heaven A very intelligent book, with a hero who starts out as raw and physical as the world in which he finds himself but who proves able to use his mind to get out of the situations his body's gotten him into. --David Drake on In the Eye of Heaven

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