From the publishers of David Gemmell comes a powerful epic fantasy debut in that same tradition from an exciting new British talent.
We have fought battles that left more than a hundred corpses on the ground and not a word of it has ever been set down. The Order fights, but often it fights in shadow, without glory or reward. We have no banners.
Vaelin Al Sorna is the Sixth Order's newest recruit. Under their brutal training regime, he learns how to forge a blade, survive the wilds and kill a man quickly and quietly - all in the name of protecting the Realm and the Faith.
Now his skills will be put to the test. War is coming. Vaelin must draw upon the very essence of his strength and cunning if he is to survive the coming conflict. Yet as the world teeters on the edge of chaos, Vaelin will learn that the truth can cut deeper than any sword.
Blood Song is a tremendous debut . . . fast-paced, action-packed and character-driven - FANTASY BOOK CRITIC
A top contender for most impressive debut of the year . . . Blood Song is a powerful epic that, while ending with a sense of closure, hints at more to come - SFFWORLD
An utterly engrossing high-fantasy epic from a major new talent that explores themes of war, faith, and loyalty amidst incredible action scenes and artfully developed characters - BUZZFEED
A mix of The Name of the Wind and The Left Hand of God . . . I cannot recommend this book enough - BESTFANTASYBOOKS.COM
Blood Song delighted me again and again - FANTASY FACTION
This is epic fantasy at its best with action, rivalries, espionage, the promise of future revelations and ever-present twists - BOOKBAG
An instant sensation . . . an excellent start to this series - READ DREAM RELAX
Smartly-written coming-of-age story . . . Compelling - SFX