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Empire of Unreason By Greg Keyes

Empire of Unreason
by Greg Keyes

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Eldritch forces wreak havoc in this stunning third volume in the 'Age of Unreason' quartet
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Empire of Unreason by Greg Keyes

When Sir Isaac Newton uncovered the secrets of alchemy, he could never have imagined the tragic results. Dark sorcery rules. Europe is lost and the American colonists have been driven south. The demonic creatures known as the Malekim won't tolerate even a flicker of hope. Any who oppose them - Franklin, Voltaire and even the mysterious daughters of Lilith - will be swept away.

However, Benjamin Franklin and his secret society, the Junto, manage a precarious existence founded on the mutual trust of Native Americans, whites, and freed blacks. And as armies and alchemy clash, the Choctaw shaman Red Shoes witnesses a vision of an ancient, implacable evil - and of a young boy who shines as brightly as an angel...the fallen, avaricious kind...

'An iconoclastic tale of science and sorcery leavened by a set of otherworldly villains offers deliciously skewed portraits of historical figures as well as a genuinely intriguing plot' Library Journal

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"'An iconoclastic tale of science and sorcery leavened by a set of otherworldly villains offers deliciously skewed portraits of historical figures as well as a genuinely intriguing plot' Library Journal"

About Greg Keyes


Greg Keyes was born in Meridian, Mississippi. He received degrees in anthropology from Mississippi State University and the University of Georgia before becoming a full-time writer. He is the author of the Star Wars `New Jedi Order' novels, `The Age of Unreason' and `The Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone' tetralogy. He lives in Savannah, Georgia.

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GOR001209061
Empire of Unreason by Greg Keyes
Greg Keyes
Used - Good
Paperback
Pan Macmillan
2005-06-17
416
0330419994
9780330419994
N/A
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