The Coldest Day of the Year

The Coldest Day of the Year

by Daniel Sutter
The Coldest Day of the Year

The Coldest Day of the Year

by Daniel Sutter



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Soria Fallicorn is a fierce explorer, expert hunter, peerless warrior--and heir to the Fallicorn empire. Defying her mother's political career, Soria hopes to forge her own destiny in the wilds of uncharted lands.

But the Fallicorn name comes with a price.

Soria's latest mission is an unexciting tour of the nation's blustery northern villages. She's accompanied by a brazen young speedrunner with a hatred for Fallicorns; an officer who once saved Soria's life at an uncomfortable cost; a taciturn kennelmaster harboring secrets; and a sergeant with a penchant for terrible duck jokes.

Nothing at home is as it seems. Civil war looms. Soria and her dwindling company of soldiers and dogs must face assassins and turncoats, cannibals and monsters, and that fiercest enemy: winter.

The Fallicorn name has always come with a price. But how much is Soria willing to pay?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158984808
Publisher: Daniel Sutter
Publication date: 01/02/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 906 KB

About the Author

Born in Chicago, raised in Saint Louis, Daniel Sutter wrote his first story at the age of nine. It was so-so. In high school, he took to writing and acting in earnest. He studied film and theatre at Columbia College Chicago, but dropped out to attend culinary school as a very expensive gag.

To pay the bills while writing, he’s sold baseball caps to tourists, smushed bleu cheese onto salads, drove a van for a production crew, managed the FOH of a Shakespeare theatre, alphabetized college admission essays, and toured insurance companies as a software trainer.

In 2017, he successfully raised funds via Kickstarter to host a staged reading of the first two-fifths of the novel at a distillery in Seattle.
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