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The Memory of Fire

The Memory of Fire

Magic. Romance. Revolution. The sequel to the bold and gorgeous The Waking Land.

‘Bates is an author well worth watching’ Robin Hobb

Jahan Korakides is the hero who saved the life of the crown prince in battle, helped win the revolution in Eren and earned the heart of Elanna, the legendary Wildegarde reborn.

But Jahan Korakides is also broken; haunted by memories of the woman who experimented on him and his brothers as children.

So when the empire threatens war in retribution for Elanna’s illegal sorcery, Jahan leaves Eren to negotiate with the emperor on Queen Sophy’s behalf. But the world he left has changed – riots rock the city of Ida, his brother is missing and the crown prince refuses to speak to him.

Jahan’s only hope of success seems to lie with the rebels in Ida. Yet, if he joins them, he will merely spur on the war he’s desperate to avoid, and risk revealing himself as a sorcerer.

And then the witch hunters arrive at court, bringing Elanna in chains.
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Genre: Children's, Teenage & Educational / Children's / Teenage Fiction & True Stories / Fantasy & Magical Realism (children's

On Sale: 5th June 2018

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781473638792

Reviews

A heartbreaking, enchanting, edge-of-the-seat read that held me captive from start to finish!
Tamora Pierce on The Waking Land
A simmering tale of magic that builds to a raging inferno, and hits like a cross between Brandon Sanderson and Pierce Brown.
Scott Sigler on The Waking Land
Clearly a writer of real talent.
Terry Brooks
Jump on the wagon now, because I think Bates is an author well worth watching.
Robin Hobb
PRAISE FOR THE WAKING LAND SERIES:
Gripping... a remarkably mature, balanced addition to the story
Publisher's Weekly Starred
Gripping . . . a remarkably mature, balanced addition to the story that will leave readers hungry for the conclusion.
<i>Publisher's Weekly
A beautiful expansion of a promising story . . . rich and captivating. Putting it down is likely to be the biggest challenge readers will encounter.
Books, Vertigo & Tea
An amazing follow-up to The Waking Land and proves that revolution cannot be localized.
All Things Urban Fantasy
Well-written and immersive
<i>Fictionist Magazine
Riveting
Hypable

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