The Steel Remains

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Subterranean Press, Mar 1, 2009 - Fiction - 440 pages
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A man named Ringil, hero from a great war, living nearly forgotten and obsolete in a backcountry village, is asked to find a lost cousin, drawing him back into a world that he'd thought he left behind long ago.

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The Steel Remains

User Review  - ALA Rusa-Codes - Book Verdict

When fallen mercenary Ringil Eskiath's estranged mother asks him to track down a missing family member, he uncovers a conspiracy involving the beautiful demon race, the Aldrain. It's going to take ... Read full review

Review: The Steel Remains (A Land Fit for Heroes #1)

User Review  - Monica - Goodreads

End of the year reviews have me swamped, but expect reviews for all three books in this series soon! Until then: this novel is an incredibly original fantasy with a complex protagonist with a strong ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Richard K. Morgan is the acclaimed author of Woken Furies, Market Forces, Broken Angels, and Altered Carbon, a New York Times Notable Book that also won the Philip K. Dick Award. Morgan sold the movie rights for Altered Carbon to Joel Silver and Warner Bros. His third book, Market Forces, has also been sold to Warner Bros. He lives in Scotland."From the Hardcover edition.

Caleb Battiago (pseudonimo di Alessandro Manzetti) Autore di narrativa horror, fantascienza, weird, dark poetry, consulente editoriale ed editor. Ha pubblicato, col proprio nome e con lo pseudonimo di Caleb Battiago, due romanzi (Naraka, Shanti), otto racconti e raccolte (Acrux, Parigi Sud 5, Limbus, Malanima, Vessel, Kiki, I Giorni della Gallina Nera, Weird West Blues), quattro pubblicazioni antologiche (Nakara Kollection, Red Kollection, Black Kollection, Apocalyptic Kollection) una collection di interviste ai grandi maestri dell'horror anglosassone (Monster Masters) una raccolta di poesie dark (Uterus), tre pubblicazioni in lingua inglese (The Shaman, Venus Intervention con Corrine De Winter come co-autrice, Dark Gates con Paolo Di Orazio come co-autore) e diversi racconti e poesie dark inseriti in antologie, cartacee ed ebook e su magazine e antologie statunitensi e inglesi, quali The Horror Zine Magazine (USA), Bones III (James Kirk Ward Publications - USA). E il responsabile della agenzia di traduzioni ed editing Probably King, ha collaborato con varie case editrici (Gargoyle Books, Edizioni XII, Mezzotints eBooks, Kipple Officina Libraria) come responsabile editoriale, editor di collana, responsabile marketing e diritti esteri. E membro della Horror Writers Association (HWA), della Science Fiction Poetry Association (SFPA) e della British Fantasy Society.

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