The wonderful people over at Tor were awesome enough to send me this review copy! This series is at the top of my TBR stack! I have heard so many amazing things about this book and series! The author is very cool also, Hope I can get Marc on the blog again soon! Thanks Tor! I can’t wait to read and review!

Red Tide   by Marc Turner

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When the Heavens Fall: The Chronicles of the Exile, Book One  by Marc Turner

Dragon Hunters: The Chronicle of the Exile, Book Two  by Marc Turner

Red Tide: The Chronicles of the Exile, Book Three: 3 by Marc Turner

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Red Tide: The Chronicles of the Exile, Book Three: 3

by Marc Turner

  • Series: The Chronicles of the Exile (Book 3)
  • Hardcover: 544 pages
  • Publisher: Tor Books (September 20, 2016)
  • ISBN-10: 0765337142
  • ISBN-13: 978-0765337146

 

Red Tide, the third volume in Marc Turner’s The Chronicles of the Exile, following When the Heavens Fall and Dragon Hunters

The Augerans are coming. And their ships are sailing in on a red tide.

The Rubyholt Isles are a shattered nation of pirate-infested islands and treacherous waterways shielding the seaboards of Erin Elal and the Sabian League, a region even dragons fear to trespass.

The Augerans beseech the Warlord of the Isles, seeking passage for their invasion fleet through Rubyholt territory. But they are sailing into troubled waters. Their enemies have sent agents to sabotage the negotiations, and to destroy the Augeran fleet by any means necessary.

The emperor of Erin Elal seeks to forge an alliance with the Storm Lords, hoping to repulse the Augerans with a united front. But the battle lines for the struggle are not as clearly drawn as it first appears, for the Emira of the Storm Isles mistrusts the Erin Elalese as much as she does their common enemy. And the Augerans might just be planning a little sabotage of their own.

But nothing in the realm of mortals escapes the notice of their meddling gods; every step they take is shadowed, and every choice they make ensnared in a web so subtle and vast, its true shape may be fathomed only when it is far, far too late.

A new epic adventure in the fantastic world of When the Heavens Fall and Dragon Hunters!

 

 

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When the Heavens Fall: The Chronicles of the Exile, Book One  by Marc Turner

Dragon Hunters: The Chronicle of the Exile, Book Two  by Marc Turner

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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Marc Turner was born in Canada, but grew up in England. His first novel, When the Heavens Fall, is published by Tor in the US and Titan in the UK. You can see a video trailer for the book here and read a short story set in the world of the novel here. The short story has also been narrated by Emma Newman, and you can listen to it free here. Marc can be found on Twitter at @MarcJTurner and at his website.

Marc Turner was born in Toronto, Canada, but grew up in England. He graduated from Lincoln College, Oxford University, in 1996 with a BA (Hons) in law, and subsequently joined a top ten law firm in the City of London. After realizing that working there did not mix well with simple pleasures such as having a life, he fled north first to Leeds and then to Durham in search of a better work-life balance. Unfortunately it proved elusive, and so in 2007, rather than take the next step and move to Scotland, he began working part time so he could devote more time to his writing. Following the sale of his debut epic fantasy novel, When the Heavens Fall, he started writing full time.

Why writing? Because it is the only work he knows where daydreaming isn’t frowned upon, and because he has learned from bitter experience that he cannot not write. The authors whose work has most influenced him are Steven Erikson and Joe Abercrombie. Consequently he writes fast-paced, multi-threaded novels with a liberal sprinkling of humour; novels written on a panoramic scale, peopled by characters that stay in the memory. Or at least that’s the theory . . .

He lives in Durham, England, with his wife and Son.

http://www.marcturner.net/

 

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