Bronze Gods (Apparatus Infernum, Book 1)

Bronze Gods (Apparatus Infernum, Book 1)

A. A. Aguirre

Language: English

Pages: 217

ISBN: B00NA82U34

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Bronze Gods (Apparatus Infernum, Book 1)

A. A. Aguirre

Language: English

Pages: 217

ISBN: B00NA82U34

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Hy Breasil is grimmer than it used to be.

Before the Architect closed the door, there were regular crossings, and a great war decimated both humans and Ferishers. The native fae who refused to treat with the invaders faded; their bodies withered and died, stranding them as hungry, angry spirits that haunt the countryside.

That means there’s always trouble brewing in Dorstaad.

The Wurms of Blearmouth (Bauchelain and Korbal Broach, Book 5)

The King's Name (The King's Peace, Book 2)

Thereafter (Afterlife, Book 2)

The Wounded Land (The Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, Book 1)

The Lost Prince (The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten, Book 1)

Shattered (The Iron Druid Chronicles, Book 7)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

memories. Years, after a certain time, became burdensome. Aurelia feared to know if her mind had begun to give way beneath the weight, for there was no cure; there were probably other explanations for the occasional bad dream and the sense of foreboding that had plagued her recently. As she wound through the twists and turns of the maze, she wished she could be sure she was imagining the sense that someone was watching her. Not at the moment, however. Her father’s club was safe; the Acheron

memories. Years, after a certain time, became burdensome. Aurelia feared to know if her mind had begun to give way beneath the weight, for there was no cure; there were probably other explanations for the occasional bad dream and the sense of foreboding that had plagued her recently. As she wound through the twists and turns of the maze, she wished she could be sure she was imagining the sense that someone was watching her. Not at the moment, however. Her father’s club was safe; the Acheron

edge of a great precipice. And he speaks in riddles, frosted with flattery. “In the dark, I daresay you have little idea whether I might break mirrors with my face. But I will forgive your lapse this once. I am Aurelia.” “I have sharper sight than most. And I should stand by my words against any challenger.” His gaze slid from her face as if reluctant. “I dislike being praised for a merit which was none of my doing.” Her smile was a bright, fleeting thing. “Call me Theron, should you choose to

with lives of their own. The dingy green tiles showed wear from the countless feet that had tramped up and down the aisles, being led to holding cells, shipped to the penal farms and exile . . . or if they were fortunate, bonded into the custody of someone willing to take responsibility for their misdeeds. At night, a light crew worked in their department—Criminal Investigation Division, Park Ward —comprised of Mikani, his partner, Inspector Celeste Ritsuko, and Anatole, the man who mopped the

was content enough, a princess in her tower. The feedback from such glimpses sliced through his skull like a knife; the pain was instantaneous. Ritsuko went to her hands and knees, examining the carpet with a magnifying glass. Mikani knew she would leave no stone unturned. Through vision gone hazy, he watched her open drawers and search for hidden treasures. Before long, the girl’s secrets lay exposed on the floor in the way of erotic etchings and lingerie, a handful of crystal bottles that

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