The Way Into Chaos

The Way Into Chaos

by Harry Connolly

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BOOK ONE OF THE GREAT WAY: The city of Peradain is the heart of an empire built with steel, spears,and a monopoly on magic... until, in a single day, it falls, overthrown by a swarm of supernatural creatures of incredible power and ferocity. Neither soldier nor spell caster can stand against them.

The empire's armies are crushed, its people scattered, its king and queen killed. Freed for the first time in generations, city-states scramble to seize neighboring territories and capture imperial spell casters. But as the creatures spread across the land, these formerly conquered peoples discover they are not prepared to face the enemy that destroyed an empire.

Can the last Peradaini prince, pursued by the beasts that killed his parents, cross battle-torn lands to retrieve a spell that might--just might--turn the battle against this new enemy?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150226999
Publisher: Radar Avenue Press
Publication date: 12/18/2014
Series: The Great Way , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 364
Sales rank: 284,080
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Child of Fire, Harry Connolly's debut novel and the first in The Twenty Palaces series, was named to Publishers Weekly's Best 100 Novels of 2009. Both sequels, Game of Cages and Circle of Enemies, received starred reviews.

Since then, he has published a book set in the Spirit of the Century rpg setting, King Khan. He has also self-published a Twenty Palaces prequel titled, cleverly, Twenty Palaces and a collection of short fiction called Bad Little Girls Die Horrible Deaths and Other Tales of Dark Fantasy.

This book is part of a series that was funded by a phenomenally successful Kickstarter.

Harry lives in Seattle with his beloved wife, his beloved son, and his beloved library system. You can find him online at:

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