Sailing to Sarantium (Sarantine Mosaic, Book 1) ePub download
by Keith Parkinson,Guy Gavriel Kay
- ISBN: 0061059900
- ISBN13: 978-0061059902
- ePub: 1506 kb | FB2: 1184 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Fantasy
- Publisher: EOS; 1st edition (January 5, 2000)
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 765
- Format: mobi docx lrf txt
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Another key aspect of the books is Kay's portrayal of the chariot races in the Hippodrome as well as the obsessive enthusiasm the city has for the two rival factions: the Blues and the Greens.
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Guy Gavriel Kay. Sailing to sarantium. Valerius the Trakesian has great ambition. HarperCollins books may be purchased for educational, business, or sales promotional use.
Guy Gavriel Kay. Rumored to be responsible for the ascension of the previous Emperor, his uncle, amid fire and blood, Valerius himself has now risen to the Golden Throne of the vast empire ruled by the fabled city, Sarantium. Sailing to Sarantium begins THE SARANTINE MOSAIC, a new and signal triumph by today's most esteemed master of high fantasy. GUY GAVRIEL KAY'S distinguished literary career began when he helped compile Tolkien's posthumous masterpiece, The Silmarillion.
The Sarantine Mosaic is a historical fantasy duology by Canadian writer Guy Gavriel Kay, comprising Sailing to Sarantium (1998) and Lord of Emperors (2000). The titles of the novels allude to works by poet W. B. Yeats
The Sarantine Mosaic is a historical fantasy duology by Canadian writer Guy Gavriel Kay, comprising Sailing to Sarantium (1998) and Lord of Emperors (2000). Yeats.
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Crispin is a mosaicist, a layer of bright tiles. Still grieving for the family he lost to the plaque, he lives only for his arcane craft. But an imperial summons from Valerius the Trakesian to Sarantium, the most magnificent place in the world, is difficult to resist.
In a world half-wild and tangled with magic, a journey to Sarantium means a walk into destiny. Bearing with him a deadly secret and a Queen's seductive promise, guarded only by his own wits and a talisman from an alchemist's treasury, Crispin sets out for the fabled city. Along the way he will encounter a great beast from the mythic past,and in robbing the zubir of its prize he wins a woman's devotion and a man's loyalty--and loses a gift he didn't know he had until it was gone.
Once in this city ruled by intrigue and violence, he must find his own source of power. Struggling to deal with the dangers and seductive lures of the men and woman around him, Crispin does discover it, in a most unusual place--high on the scaffolding of the greatest artwork ever imagined....