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The Fate of the Fallen (Song of Tears) epub

ISBN: 1841494682

ISBN13: 978-1841494685

Author: irvine-ian

Category: Science Fiction

Subcategory: Fantasy

Language: English

Publisher: Orbit (2006)

Pages: 624 pages

ePUB book: 1114 kb

FB2 book: 1988 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 426

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Tales of the Three Worlds THE SONG OF THE TEARS TRILOGY Book 1 – The Fate of the Fallen Ian Irvine THE SONG OF THE TEARS TRILOGY Book 1 – The Fate of the Fallen (published i. The stifling tedium and mindless brutality of prison had completed his fall and, though Nish had spent years strengthening his will and building up his courage for tomorrow, he feared it wouldn’t be enough. He’d also need all the luck in the world, though luck had been running against him for a long time now. His plan was simple. Even if he did gain them, the tears would probably withhold their Arts from him. There had been plenty of time for Jal-Nish to bind them to him alone.

Torments of the Traitor (The Song of the Tears, Sadly, the same cannot be said of the characters and the plot.

Torments of the Traitor (The Song of the Tears, ISBN. 1841494682 (ISBN13: 9781841494685). Sadly, the same cannot be said of the characters and the plot. Oct 16, 2018 Pat Austin rated it it was ok. I listened to the audio book of this and I thought that all the description got in the way of the plot. Several things happened during the book that I just kept thinking "Get on with it - how is this furthering the plot??"

Thanks also to my agent, Selwa Anthony, for guidance and counsel in all sorts of ways.

Thanks also to my agent, Selwa Anthony, for guidance and counsel in all sorts of ways blishers Laura Harris at Penguin Books and Tim Holman at Orbit Books for support over many years and millions of words. I would also like to thank everyone at Penguin Books and Orbit Books for working so hard on all my books and doing so well with them. Not least, thanks to my family for putting up with me while I write these bloated epics.

The Fate of the Fallen (The Song of the Tears Book 1. With this stunning and original debut, Ian Irvine begins the saga of The View from the Mirror, a brilliant epic fantasy that rivals the works of Robert Jordan and J. V. Jones. Once there were three worlds, each with its own human race.

The Fate of the Fallen (The Song of the Tears Book 1). Ian Irvine. Then, fleeing from out of the void came a fourth race, the Charon.

Irvine's twist on Darwinian logic of survival of the fittest works wonders on the progression of his world, and certainly .

Irvine's twist on Darwinian logic of survival of the fittest works wonders on the progression of his world, and certainly the notion that history is written by the victors. For anyone that has read his earlier work, I urge everyone to support Ian Irvine's newest book "The Fate of the Fallen" in hope that we can get all of his books published in the United States and expose others to his wonderful and original world. 7 people found this helpful.

I remember purchasing this book on holiday in the Shetland Islands thinking 'i will give this a go i guess'

The Fate Of The Fallen: The Song of the Tears: Volume One - Song of the Tears (Paperback). Jal-Nish holds the two sorcerous quicksilver tears, Gatherer and Reaper, and with them controls all of the Secret Art. All opposition having been crushed, he has begun to remake the world in his depraved image. The only hope of overthrowing him lies in Nish, whom the oppressed peoples of the world see as a messianic figure. I remember purchasing this book on holiday in the Shetland Islands thinking 'i will give this a go i guess'. i then spent most of the holiday with my nose stuck in this book.

The Song of the Tears: Volume One. by Ian Irvine. Books related to The Fate Of The Fallen. A Shadow On The Glass.

You have done our fallen brethren a great service and spared us the need to face them again on the field of battle. As our campaign against the Scourge progresses, I find myself thinking about my own fate. Should I fall,

About book: Thanks also to my agent, Selwa Anthony, for guidance and counsel in all sorts of ways

About book: Thanks also to my agent, Selwa Anthony, for guidance and counsel in all sorts of ways. And to Cathy Larsen for the lovely design, to Janet Raunjak for patiently answering all my queries, and to my publishers Laura Harris at Penguin Books and Tim Holman at Orbit Books for support over many years and millions of words.

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I will read volume two ,but the end became quite boring.Just rehashing previous things.But have hopes for it to come together more.
This book had me hooked from the beginning and kept me thinking and guessing until the end. I'd recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good story.
Easy reading, great story teller. Ian Irvine manages to weave a captivating universe whilst continuing to mix it up from series to series
I have never read a book that go on and on and on. Well I hope you got it!!! This book has a good plot and characters,but it goes on with out stopping on a thought or situation. Instead of a chapter,it takes pages and pages to make a get simple point across it was maddening at times .so if this book can fix the on and on part . We might have a book!!!!!!
This book starts ten years after the last series, "The Well of Echoes" leaves off. Irvine again has created another masterpiece of fantasy fiction that sits well upon the The Three Worlds universe that he has created.

The God-Emperor Jal-Nish rules the world with an iron fist, but all is not lost, there is one hope (or a few more hidden in the cracks) that will hopefully end this despotic, and savage world.

Irvine's books, and world for that matter, have gradually become darker and more sedistic as the series has gone on. I question the motivation behind this change, as the reference to debauchery in the first series was very minimal, but is quite prevalent in this one so far. It certainly sets the stage for the landscape of this heretical world. I do not find it unappealing, however a cautionary word to parents, this material might be a little too graphic for children, this series is certainly not a substitute for a Harry Potter, or Diane Duane youngster looking for adventure in between releases.

I am a devoted fan of Irvine's and have read all of his "Three Worlds" books knowing that I have to import them from either the UK or Australia. It's worth the cost for shipping and the book just to immerse myself in each of his titles. I commend Ian Irvine for creating an original world with a very unique background. Irvine's twist on Darwinian logic of survival of the fittest works wonders on the progression of his world, and certainly the notion that history is written by the victors.

For anyone that has read his earlier work, I urge everyone to support Ian Irvine's newest book "The Fate of the Fallen" in hope that we can get all of his books published in the United States and expose others to his wonderful and original world.
I love science fantasy and have been an avid fan of the genre for over 25 years. Having just finished another of Raymond E. Feist's adventure's I was looking for something new. That night my wife returned from the library with Ian Irvine's just-published "The Fate of the Fallen" - the first volume of "The Song of Tears" series. I had not read any of his works before, so I began a little tentatively. Wow! Wow! Wow! Wow! Wow! I read all night and most of the next. It was so fast and so furious. Somehow Ian Ivine has created a completely orginal good versus dread-evil world: wild, passionate and brutal. I can thoroughly recommend this fresh and icy gail of fiction.