A Few Further Tales of Einarinn

A Few Further Tales of Einarinn

by Juliet E. McKenna

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A Few Further Tales of Einarinn by Juliet E. McKenna

A collection of five stories featuring characters from Juliet E McKenna’s Tales of Einarinn, beginning with the full story of an earlier adventure involving Livak, Halice, Sorgrad and Gren, followed by encounters and incidents set between the books of that series and concluding with unforeseen events a little while after the final volume.

Four stories have only been published previously in magazines and other limited distribution venues. One story, “Absent Friends”, is original to this collection. The book offers both an introduction to the world of Einarinn for new readers as well as insights and sidelights for established fans.

Artwork originally commissioned from some of Britain’s finest illustrators and comics artists to go with The Wedding Gift story provide black and white character illustrations throughout the ebook and the coloured portrait of Livak for the cover.

Win Some, Lose Some
A Spark in the Darkness
Absent Friends
Why the Pied Crow Always Sounds Disappointed
The Wedding Gift

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014143103
Publisher: Wizard's Tower Press
Publication date: 03/27/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,108,717
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Juliet E. McKenna is a British-based fantasy writer who studied Classics at St Hilda’s College, Oxford. Her novels about the world of Einarinn have been published by major publishers in a wide variety of different languages around the world.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really wish this was a print book instead of a Nookbook. I love The Tale Of Enarinn series.
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