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Written by David Anthony DurhamAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by David Anthony Durham

  • Format: Trade Paperback, 640 pages
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  • Publisher: Anchor
  • On Sale: April 17, 2012
  • Price: $15.95
  • ISBN: 978-0-307-94714-7 (0-307-94714-9)
Also available as an eBook and a paperback.
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David Anthony Durham’s gripping Acacia Trilogy continues with an epic novel where loyalties are tested, new worlds are discovered, and battle lines are being drawn.

A few years have passed since Queen Corinn has usurped control of the Known World—and she now rules with an iron fist. With plans to expand her empire, she sends her brother, Dariel, on an exploratory mission across the sea to The Other Lands. There, he discovers an alliance of tribes that have no interest in being ruled by Queen Corinn and the Akarans. In fact, Dariel’s arrival ignites a firestorm that once more exposes The Known World to a massive invasion, one unlike anything they have yet faced .
“David Anthony Durham has serious chops. I can’t wait to read whatever he writes next." —George R. R. Martin

“A fascinating world.” —USA Today

“A big, fat, rich piece of history-flavored fantasy. . . . Imagined with remarkable thoroughness.” —Time

“Gripping. . . . From the first pages of Acacia, Durham demonstrates that he is a master of the fantasy epic.” —The Washington Post Book World

“Thrilling. . . . Durham’s new world—like our old one—is crawling with wickedly fascinating characters.” —Entertainment Weekly

“Transcendent. . . . As fantasy epics go, the ‘Acacia’ trilogy is a direct and worthy descendant of Tolkien.” —Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star

“A truly epic fantasy. . . . Superbly written.” —Fantasy Magazine

“Something genuinely new. . . . Strong echoes of Homer and Virgil, Tolkien, Norse mythology’s Twilight of the Gods and America’s compromised history as a republic built on slavery fuse into an enthralling, literate and increasingly suspenseful narrative.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred)

“Never lets up. . . . A very tasty fantasy stew.” —San Jose Mercury News

“Extraordinary. . . . One of the best books, fantasy or otherwise . . . in recent memory.” —Free-Lance Star

“Excellent. . . . A multi-layered, page-turning series that pushes the envelope of epic fantasy.” —Contra Costa Times