By David Dalglish
Fear is available in the fingers of prophets . . .
The ultimate instalment of the Shadowdance sequence unearths Haern the Watcher returning to his liked urban of Veldaren, simply to discover it has collapsed into chaos. The sunlight Guild has conquered the previous thief guilds, destroying the peace Haern fought so demanding to procure. The Trifect is their subsequent objective, and Alyssa Gemcroft needs to achieve out to no matter what allies she will be able to locate, whether it capability casting apart longtime friends.
As the chaos grows, so does the ability of the darkish god Karak, who lays siege to Veldaren. If town falls, the realm will undergo . . .
Father or son; a few offerings has to be made in blood.
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Rand had ordered the Asha’man to help with the digging, and though he doubted they enjoyed the humble work, it did speed the process greatly. Besides, Rand suspected that they—like he himself—secretly savored any excuse to hold saidin. He could see a small group of them in their stiff black coats, weaves spinning around them as they dug up another patch of ground. There were ten of them in the camp, though only Flinn, Naeff and Narishma were full Asha’man. The Saldaeans worked quickly, wearing their short coats as they cared for their mounts and set pickets.
They had their own problems, mainly on Southharbor, where trade into the city by way of the river had nearly come to a halt. Thick-chested workers toiled beneath the eyes of an Aes Sedai wearing a red-fringed shawl; she used the One Power to remove wards and weaken the stone, while the workmen broke the rock apart and hauled it away. The workmen had sleeves rolled up, exposing curls of dark hair along burly arms, as they swung pick or hammer, pounding at the ancient stones. They dripped sweat onto rock or into the water below as they dug at the roots of the chain that blocked passage into the city by river.
You promised! Cadsuane said nothing as she walked across the room, helping herself to a cup of the spiced wine that sat on a small serving table beside the bed. Then she sat down in one of the red cedar chairs. At least she hadn’t demanded that he pour the wine for her. That sort of thing wasn’t beyond her. ” he asked, walking from the window and pouring himself a cup of wine as well. Min walked to the bed—with its frame of cedar logs and a skip-peeled headboard stained deeply reddish brown—and sat down, hands in her lap.
A Dance of Chaos (Shadowdance, Book 6) by David Dalglish