The Dagger's Path (The Forsaken Lands #2) (Paperback)

By Glenda Larke

Orbit, 9780316399685, 464pp.

Publication Date: January 13, 2015

Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (1/12/2015)

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Description

ONLY A TRAITOR CAN SAVE THEM

When sailors came to Ardhi's homeland, they plundered not only its riches, but its magic too. Now disgraced islander Ardhi must retrieve what was stolen, but there are ruthless men after this power, men who will do anything to possess it...

Sorcerers, pirates, and thieves collide in this thrilling sequel to Glenda Larke's epic fantasy adventure, The Lascar's Dagger.


About the Author

Glenda Larke was born in Western Australia and trained as a teacher. She has taught English in Australia, Vienna, Tunisia and Malaysia. Glenda has two children and lives in Western Australia, with her husband.


Praise For The Dagger's Path (The Forsaken Lands #2)

"The Lascar's Dagger is a brilliant, complex, entertaining start to a new series, with deeply-considered cultures and characters, a plot that grabs hold and doesn't let go, exotic settings, and mysterious powers apparently determined to change the fate of anyone who comes near them. Outstanding all the way to the last word...which left me panting for more. Glenda Larke tops my chart."—New York Times bestselling author, Elizabeth Moon

"If it's breathtaking adventure, exotic world-building and fabulous characters and their dilemmas you're after, then Glenda Larke is the author you want. The Lascar's Dagger is the start of another wonderful fantasy series."—Karen Miller

"Magic, religion, and the spice trade combine in this intriguing series launch... This is an absorbing political fantasy that bodes well for the rest of the series."
Publishers Weekly on The Lascar's Dagger


"If you are looking for a new epic fantasy series that will engage, entertain (and maybe even enthrall you) in equal measures, then Larke's your author and The Forsaken Lands is your series."—Civilian Reader (UK)