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A volume of short stories by the best-selling author of The Broken Empire series, Mark Lawrence

This is a collection of 14 stories of murder, mayhem, pathos, and philosophy, all set in the world of the Broken Empire.

Within this audiobook, you will find tales of men such as Red Kent, Sir Makin, Rike, Burlow and the Nuban, telling of their origins and the events that forged them. There is Jorg himself - as a child of six, as a teenage wanderer and as a young king. And then there is a tale about Prince Jalan Kendeth - liar, cheat, womaniser and coward.

To the new listener: welcome to a lawless world, where wit and sword are the most useful weapons, and danger lurks as much in candlelit palaces as in dark alleys and dense woodland. To those who have already journeyed with Jorg, we hope you will enjoy renewing old acquaintances with your favourite characters.

©2017 Mark Lawrence (P)2017 HarperCollins Publishers

Critic Reviews

Praise for Mark Lawrence: "Excellent - on a par with George R.R. Martin." (Conn Iggulden)
"Lawrence's poetic prose is amazing, far and away the best of the modern fantasy authors." (Peter V. Brett)
"Lawrence improves with every book he writes...we may have to turn the ratings system up to eleven." (Starburst Magazine)

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  • 11-20-17

Vikings sound like Dracula

The narrator's grasp of accent leaves something to be desired. Apart from that the performance is quite good, but a lot of the dialogue is done in generic foreign voice. A pity.