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The Estorean Conquord has stood for 850 years. Its Advocate, Herine Del Aglios, knows that she presides over the greatest civilisation in history. But she wants more. And in Estorea's recently conquered territories dissent is brewing. Forced to fight old friends and neighbours in the cause of the ever-growing Conquord, they face brutal choices and savage demands for money and men to be fed into Estorea's wars - demands made by Paul Jhered, head of the Gatherers and the iron hand of the Advocate, With Jhered by her side, Herine believes that nothing can go wrong. Until a disastrous and bloody reversal in the war to overrun the Kingdom of Tsard puts Estorea's armies on the back foot and has Tsardon troops flooding into the Conquord.
As the empire trembles, far from the war four unique children are discovering their powers. They are the first true Ascendants, in touch with the elements, able to shape the world. An empire descending into war is about to discover the wonder and terror of magic . . .
James Barclay's new series is a triumph of epic plotting and heart-stopping action.
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James Barclay is the author of theChronicles of the RavenandLegends of the Ravenseries, which have sold hundreds of thousands of copies. The Raven saga came to a conclusion with the stunningRavensoul.
He also penned the epic fantasy duologyThe Ascendants of Estoreaand completed an Elves trilogy:Elves: Once Walked With Gods, Elves: Rise of the Tai'GethenandElves: Beyond the Mists of Katura.
James Barclay lives in Teddington with his wife and two children.
Find out more on his website, www.jamesbarclay.com, or follow @barculator on Twitter.
"The large scale battles are detailed and exhilarating. Cry of the Newborn is a satisyingly self-contained fantasy blockbuster. set against a more thoughtful, realistic background." -- David Langford SFX "A novel of staggering scope and skilfull storytelling. The Cry of the Newborn is a massive and epic work and looks likely to (deservedly) cement Barclay's place amongst the UK's very best fantasy storytellers." -- John Berlyne SF REVU
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