Set in a world of dark gods and dangerous magic, The Broken God is a gripping, darkly inventive fantasy tale, from the series that began with Gareth Hanrahan's acclaimed The Gutter Prayer
ENTER A CITY OF DRAGONS AND DARKNESS
The Godswar has come to Guerdon, dividing the city between three occupying powers. A fragile armistice holds back the gods, but other dangerous forces seek to exert their influence. Spar Idgeson, once heir to the brotherhood of thieves has been transformed into the living stone of the new city. But his powers are failing and the criminal dragons of the Ghierdana are circling.
Meanwhile, far across the sea, Carillon Thay - once a thief, a saint, a god killer; now alone and powerless - seeks the mysterious land of Khebesh, desperate to find a cure for Spar. But what hope does she have when even the gods seek vengeance against her?
Reviews for The Black Iron Legacy:
'Hanrahan is now one of my favourite authors. I flat out adore this series' Booknest
'I will buy any novel that Gareth Hanrahan ever writes . . . I want [this series] to go on forever' The Fantasy Inn
'Hanrahan has an astonishing imagination' Peter McLean, author of Priest of Bones
'Mind-blowingly stellar in every respect . . . Fantasy readers, be wise and buy this book, because there's simply nothing like it' Novel Notions on The Gutter Prayer
The Black Iron Legacy
The Gutter Prayer
The Shadow Saint
The Broken God
An intricate and finely crafted web of compelling characters navigating a city rich in dark and original wonders. I await the sequel with the keenest anticipation
Already one of my favourite books from 2019. It's original, incredibly well-written and honestly just so much fun to read . . . It's the battlecry of an exciting new author who I feel has the potential to hit the very top of the genre. Put simply, you need to read this
I will buy any novel that Gareth Hanrahan ever writes . . . I've no idea how many books are planned in this series, but I want it to go on forever
Mind-blowingly stellar in every respect . . . envision that The Gutter Prayer will not only win many readers' hearts but also win multiple fantasy awards in the near future. Yes, it was THAT good. Read it. Thank me later
Hanrahan is now one of my favourite authors. I flat out adore this series
Gareth Hanrahan's three-month break from computer programming to concentrate on writing has now lasted fifteen years and counting. He's written more gaming books than he can readily recall, by virtue of the alchemical transmutation of tea and guilt into words. He lives in Ireland with his wife and three children. Follow him on Twitter at @mytholder.