The Last Light of the Sun

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Penguin, Apr 5, 2005 - Fiction - 512 pages
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The renowned author of Children of Earth and Sky, Sailing to Sarantium, and Lord of Emperors

From the multiple award-winning author of Tigana, A Song for Arbonne, and the three-book Fionavar Tapestry that "can only be compared to Tolkien's masterpiece" (Star-Phoenix), this powerful, moving saga evokes the Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, and Norse cultures of a thousand years ago.
 

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User Review  - antao - LibraryThing

Guy Gavriel Kay, along with George R. R. Martin, are perhaps the best living writers of epic fantasy, and The Last Light of the Sun" is up to his usual standards. However, this does mean that one has ... Read full review

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User Review  - wealhtheowwylfing - LibraryThing

Really excellent fantasy set in the medieval Europe . There’s a minor fantasy element (the fey), but the majority of the plot concerns the Vikings’ last raids on England. Exile Bern Thorkellson and ... Read full review

Contents

CHARACTERSA PARTIAL LISTING
Part I
ONE
TWO
THREE
FOUR
FIVE
Part II
TEN
ELEVEN
Part III
TWELVE
THIRTEEN
FOURTEEN
FIFTEEN
SIXTEEN

SIX
SEVEN
EIGHT
NINE
SEVENTEEN
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
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Guy Gavriel Kay is the internationally bestselling author of more than a dozen novels. His work has been translated into over 30 languages. At the outset of his career Kay assisted in the editorial construction of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Silmarillion. He has also written for the Washington Post, the Globe and Mail, The National Post, and The Guardian, among others, and has spoken at literary events around the world. He was won numerous literary awards, and is the recipient of the International Goliardos Prize for his contributions to the literature of the fantastic. In 2014 he was named to the Order of Canada, the country's highest civilian honour.

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