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The Pariah: Book One of the Covenant of Steel

Anthony Ryan

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Fantasy

From the international bestselling author of the Raven's Shadow and Draconis Memoria series comes the epic first book in a new fantasy trilogy

The Pariah begins a new epic fantasy series of action, intrigue and magic from Anthony Ryan, a master storyteller who has taken the fantasy world by storm.

Born into the troubled kingdom of Albermaine, Alwyn Scribe is raised as an outlaw. Quick of wit and deft with a blade, Alwyn is content with the freedom of the woods and the comradeship of his fellow thieves. But an act of betrayal sets him on a new path - one of blood and vengeance, which eventually leads him to a soldier's life in the King's army.

Fighting under the command of Lady Evadine Courlain, a noblewoman beset by visions of a demonic apocalypse, Alwyn must survive war and the intrigues of the nobility if he hopes to claim his vengeance. But as dark forces, both human and arcane, gather to oppose Evadine's rise, Alwyn faces a choice: can he be a warrior, or will he always be an outlaw?

Praise for Anthony Ryan

'A master storyteller' Mark Lawrence

'Robin Hobb meets Joe Abercrombie . . . this is fantasy with a totally legendary feel' Fantasy Book Review

'The Wolf's Call is everything a fantasy fan could ever wish for' Booknest

'Fantastic storytelling' Novel Notions

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Praise for The Pariah: Book One of the Covenant of Steel

  • Anthony Ryan is a master storyteller

  • Robin Hobb meets Joe Abercrombie . . . This is fantasy with a totally legendary feel

  • The Wolf's Call is everything a fantasy fan could ever wish for

  • Anthony Ryan's best work since the release of his incredible debut . . . fantastic storytelling

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Anthony Ryan

Anthony Ryan lives in London and is the New York Times bestselling author of the Raven's Shadow and Draconis Memoria series. He previously worked in a variety of roles for the UK government, but now writes full time. His interests include art, science and the unending quest for the perfect pint of real ale.

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