The Three Faces of Dissatisfaction

The Three Faces of Dissatisfaction

by M. C. Burnell


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The Three Faces of Dissatisfaction by M. C. Burnell

The Twin Cities of Liath and Tamren. Home to a multitude of races, faiths, and industries, the Cities are a destination for immigrants seeking their fortune and relative freedom. Once an outpost of the world's greatest empire, the Cities have since flourished under the benign negligence of the Gash, a formerly nomadic warrior tribe taken root as Liath-Tamren's aristocracy. Now, though, the river that divides the Cities carries change on its currents. While their overlords scheme on unwitting, the peoples of Liath-Tamren have begun to eye one another suspiciously again.

One day, the boy Pinchlin's destitute, drunken father makes a bold promise of impending riches, a return to the comfortable life they lost so mysteriously, and so suddenly, a year ago. Instead, he vanishes. Pinchlin will be drawn quickly into a web of dueling sorcerous cults, racial unrest, and foreign intrigue that threaten to throw the Cities into chaos. The Three Faces of Dissatisfaction is the first book from American fantasy author M.C. Burnell. Fascinating for its milieu as much as its action and characters, The Three Faces is a fantasy adventure for anyone who has ever loved a city.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781453794371
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/23/2010
Pages: 416
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.85(d)

About the Author

MC Burnell was born in Providence, Rhode Island in 1980. She spent the next two decades roaming the nation with her family, following the romantic, itinerate lifestyle for which scientists and accountants are famed. Since then, the author has somehow acquired a number of degrees and a decent library. She currently lives with her husband in Chicago.

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