Cairn and Covenant

Cairn and Covenant by August Li
Authors
August Li
ISBN
9781634761215
Published
Binding
Paperback
Pages
450
Dimensions
152 x 229 x 23mm

Book Four of the Blessed Epoch

An assassin's unexpected mercy granted Octavian Rose his life and freed him from his father's control, but it left him with little more than the clothes on his back and the determination not to waste his chance at a life of his choosing.

As Octavian sets out to make a name for himself, he refuses to compromise his ideals for money or status--a decision tested as he works his way up the ranks as a mercenary fighter and novice mage. Along the way he forges friendships, takes lovers, and makes bitter enemies, all while striving for the power he feels he deserves and can wield fairly.
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Book Four of the Blessed Epoch

An assassin's unexpected mercy granted Octavian Rose his life and freed him from his father's control, but it left him with little more than the clothes on his back and the determination not to waste his chance at a life of his choosing.

As Octavian sets out to make a name for himself, he refuses to compromise his ideals for money or status--a decision tested as he works his way up the ranks as a mercenary fighter and novice mage. Along the way he forges friendships, takes lovers, and makes bitter enemies, all while striving for the power he feels he deserves and can wield fairly.

With the advent of the Blessed Epoch and the discovery of new cultures, the world is changing. Octavian's decisions will affect not only those closest to him but will have profound worldwide consequences that he cannot begin to imagine. For twenty years, Octavian does what he must, and his choices bring him brilliant victories alongside crushing losses. Time and again, he must choose between what is right for all and what is beneficial to him, while hoping for the wisdom to tell the difference.
ISBN:
9781634761215
Publication Date:
22 / 09 / 2015
Pages:
450
Dimensions:
152 x 229 x 23mm

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