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It has ended. It begins again. In Kavelin, Lady Nepanthe's new life with the wizard Varthlokkur is disturbed by visions of her lost son, while King Bragi Ragnarson and Michael Trebilcock scheme to help the exiled Princess Mist re-usurp her throne — under their thumb. In Shinsan, a pig-farmer's son takes command of Eastern Army, while Lord Kuo faces plots in his council and a suicide attack of two million Matayangans on his border. But in the desert beyond the Dread Empire, a young victim of the Great War becomes the Deliverer of an eons-forgotten god, chosen to lead the legions of the dead. And the power of his vengeance will make a world's schemes as petty as dust, blown wild in the horror that rides the east wind. This volume marks the beginning of the end. Reap the East Wind is the first step on the road to the long-delayed final chapter of Glen Cook's legendary Dread Empire series. Skyhorse Publishing, under our Night Shade and Talos imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of titles for readers interested in science fiction (space opera, time travel, hard SF, alien invasion, near-future dystopia), fantasy (grimdark, sword and sorcery, contemporary urban fantasy, steampunk, alternative history), and horror (zombies, vampires, and the occult and supernatural), and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller, a national bestseller, or a Hugo or Nebula award-winner, we are committed to publishing quality books from a diverse group of authors.
"Let me tell you who I am, on the chance that these scribblings do survive. . . "I am Murgen, Standardbearer of the Black Company, though I bear the shame of having lost that standard in battle. I am keeping these Annals because Croaker is dead, One-Eye won't, and hardly anyone else can read or write. I will be your guide for however long it takes the Shadowlanders to force our present predicament to its inevitable end. . ." The Return of the Black Company comprises the novels Bleak Seasons and She is the Darkness—the third omnibus volume of Glen Cook's fantasy epic Chronicles of the Black Company. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Some feel the Lady, newly risen from centuries in thrall, stands between humankind and evil. Some feel she is evil itself. The hardbitten men of the Black Company take their pay and do what they must, burying their doubts with their dead. Until the prophesy: The White Rose has been reborn, somewhere, to embody good once more. There must be a way for the Black Company to find her... At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
"Let me tell you who I am, on the chance that these scribblings do survive. . . "I am Murgen, Standardbearer of the Black Company, though I bear the shame of having lost that standard in battle. I am keeping these Annals because Croaker is dead, One-Eye won't, and hardly anyone else can read or write. I will be your guide for however long it takes the Shadowlanders to force our present predicament to its inevitable end. . ." The Many Deaths of the Black Company comprises the novels Water Sleeps and Soldiers Live—the fourth and final omnibus volume of Glen Cook's Chronicles of the Black Company, one of the greatest fantasy epics of our age. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Arnhand, Castauriga, and Navaya lost their kings. The Grail Empire lost its empress. The Church lost its Patriarch, though he lives on as a fugitive. The Night lost Kharoulke the Windwalker, an emperor amongst the most primal and terrible gods. The Night goes on, in dread. The world goes on, in dread. The ice builds and slides southward. New kings come. A new empress will rule. Another rump polishes the Patriarchal Throne. But there is something new under the sun. The oldest and fiercest of the Instrumentalities has been destroyed--by a mortal. There is no new Windwalker, nor will there ever be. The world, battered by savage change, limps toward its destiny. And the ice is coming. Working God's Mischief is the savage, astounding new novel of The Instrumentalities of Night, by Glen Cook, a modern master of military fantasy. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
After the devastating battle at the Tower of Charm, Croaker leads the greatly diminished Black Company south, in search of the lost Annals. The Annals will be returned to Khatovar, eight thousand miles away, a city that may exist only in legend...the origin of the first Free Companies. Every step of the way the Company is hounded by shadowy figured and carrion-eating crows. As they march every southward, through bug infested jungle, rivers dense with bloodthirsty pirates, and cities, dead and living, haunted by the passage of the Company north, their numbers grow until they are thousands strong. But always they are watched--by the Shadowmasters--a deadly new enemy: twisted creature that deal in darkness and death: powerful, shadowy creatures bent on smothering the world in their foul embrace. This is the first round in a deadly game, a game that the Black Company cannot ea hope to win. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Regrouping in Taglios, the surviving members of the Black Company are determined to free their fellow warriors held in stasis beneath the glittering plain. Journey there under terrible conditions, they arrive just in time for a magical conflagration in which the bones of the world will be revealed, the history of the Company unveiled, and new world gained and lost...all at a terrible price. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Fresh from detention that lapsed to an unprecedented declaration of martial law in the country, Ampon battles with the antagonism of a sister. She argues it is romanticism to rejoin the politically disobedient. She appears helpless. Ampon rejoins friends inspired by tales of a guerrilla leader but haunted by Japanese cruelties to set up a demo house, recruiting activists to the countryside. Th ey believe the first steps of stripping power from the Philippine ruler begin there. They conduct social surveys to see firsthand the dire conditions, risking lives to battle armed state agents amid myriad weather, rains, typhoons and snakes and making occasional strikes to supporters of the dictator. In a bid to satisfy external forces, notably American politicians and domestic bankrollers, the gung ho dictator, wades in the snap election, with moneybags for vote-buying. But the ballot power of the masses overwhelms, and the impossible happens: the housewife beats him. Her victory rivets attention of the masses, resonating all way to US Congress halls. Yet problems remained. The recalcitrant, politically disobedient, exhausted in the skirmishes, remain committed to the herculean uplift of the people. Ampon, always in the sidelines, tries to help advance the cause, keeping the torch lit for decades now.
Latin America has always been fixed in the mind of the average American as a happy place, doing the tango or having a mardi gras, and not the place where one would expect the arising of a new-age, communist-like "internationale". That image is punctured by Latin America's huge nature-granted oil reserves. Latin oil creates a battleground of all the world's energy competitors. The image is also blurred by the hapless coca leaf, raised by Latin America's indigenous Indians, but used as a money source by a murderous band of communist, capitalist, cut-throats, called F.A.R.C., who operating out of the back jungles of Columbia fly the coca to Brazil's Rio de Janeiro, where, in murderous drug wars, it is magically transformed into a powder, which, when smuggled to America is sold for billions of dollars under its new name of cocaine. Cocaine and oil have forever changed Latin America from a happy place to a house of horrors. American ignorance, and ig-norance, of its own "Monroe Doctrine", which, for centuries, has kept Latin America independent, is disturbing to Ian Landen Stuhr, an American oil man from Houston, working in the Venezuelan oil fields. He sees arising from the Asian swamps, an evil Goliath, hungry for oil, and unwilling to play by the rules, and infecting Latin America with a fatal malady called the Red Chinese Disease. But Ian has discovered a latent stirring among America's middle class citizens, who are not willing to sit and watch, Latin America, along with the "Monroe Doctrine", go down the drain.

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