The Seven (The Vagrant Trilogy)

The Seven (The Vagrant Trilogy)

by Peter Newman

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The Seven (The Vagrant Trilogy) by Peter Newman

‘An exciting new writer – sharp, compelling and original’ Mark LawrenceYears have passed since the Vagrant journeyed to the Shining City, Vesper in arm and Gamma’s sword in hand.Since then the world has changed. Vesper, following the footsteps of her father, journeyed to the breach and closed the tear between worlds, protecting the last of humanity, but also trapping the infernal horde and all those that fell to its corruptions: willing or otherwise.In this new age it is Vesper who leads the charge towards unity and peace, with seemingly nothing standing between the world and a bright new future.That is until eyes open.And The Seven awaken.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780008239060
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Publication date: 10/03/2017
Series: The Vagrant Trilogy Series
Pages: 464
Sales rank: 365,140
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.40(d)

About the Author

PETER NEWMAN is the author of the critically acclaimed, award-winning Vagrant Trilogy: The Vagrant, The Malice, The Seven. He sometimes pretends to be a butler for the Tea and Jeopardy podcast, which he co-writes and for which he won a Hugo Award in 2017. His first book, The Vagrant, won the David Gemmell Morningstar Award in 2016 for best Fantasy Debut of the Year. Peter writes for George R.R. Martin’s Wild Cards series and will first appear in Knaves Over Queens. He has also written for the computer game Albion Online. He lives in Somerset with his wife and son.www.runpetewrite.comTwitter: @runpetewrite

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The Seven 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I expected more from a morality fable than the H.P. Lovecraft ending provided. We are now in the "meet the new boss, same as theold boss" position. A flawed leader that wants to impose her sense of virtue on everyone else. No thank you.