The Dwarves are back! Germany's Number One bestselling author returns to his best-loved series. The Dwarves and the Alfar are facing annihilation at the hands of a new enemy in this cross-over adventure.
The Dwarves are back! Germany's Number One bestselling author returns to his best-loved series.
After decades of occupation by the alfar, the dark elves have been defeated and peace has finally been declared.
But the nations still distrust each other, and when a child is found in the Grey Mountains who speaks the language of the alfar, the dwarves believe this little girl heralds a new threat. And they will be right - just not in the way they thought.
Under the orders of Ireheart, now High King of the dwarves, a small delegation is sent to search for Tungdil Goldhand, the true High King, who many believe dead. Against all odds, Tungdil has survived his mission to the terrifying realm of Phondrason. But is he truly the legendary hero of the dwarves, or an impostor at the heart of a deeper conspiracy?
And does he realise that the fiends from Phondrason themselves aren't far behind . . . ?
The action never lets up in this next exciting story in the saga of the dwarves and the alfar!
Traces of true magic, wit and secrets untold . . . you will enjoy the story - Fantasy Book Review on The Dwarves series
Very entertaining . . . [These] books are worth reading - Dat Book Reviews on The Dwarves series
A gripping read with some very memorable characters . . . this will definitely satisfy - Worlds in Ink on The Dwarves series
The Dwarves is a well-constructed classic fantasy story that I greatly enjoyed - Speculative Book Review
I was turning pages and eagerly awaiting the next plot twist. I totally recommend this book - Boom Tron on The War of the Dwarves
The prose is sharp, the action sequences bloody and all in this has been a real joy to read . . . pure joy from start to finish and definitely one I'd recommend to other fantasy fans. - Falcate Times on The Fate of the Dwarves
Markus Heitz studied history and German language and literature at university before turning to writing. His debut novel Schatten uber Ulldart (the first in a series of epic fantasy novels) won the Deutscher Phantastik Preis (German Fantasy Award) in 2003, and was followed by his bestselling Dwarves and the tie-in Aelfar series, which have made him one of Germany's - and Europe's - most successful fantasy authors. He currently lives in Zweibrucken, Germany.