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Chimaera (MP3) - Ian Irvine

Chimaera (MP3)

Author: Ian Irvine
Read by: Grant Cartwright

MP3 CD

Published: 1st October 2013
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International bestselling fantasy author

'… brings his Well of Echoes saga to a spectacular and satisfying conclusion, confirming his reputation for first-rate fantasy page turners.' - Van Ikin, SMH Best Books of 2004

'A story that is begging to be filmed. Very enjoyable. The action doesn't flag.' - Sue Davies, SF Crowsnest

The epic finale to the Well of Echoes quartet.

All resistance has been crushed. In a few minutes of overwhelming violence the Council’s air-dreadnought fleet has destroyed Fiz Gorgo’s defences. Xervish Flydd, Irisis and their allies have been condemned to die in a brutal aerial spectacle designed to reinforce Chief Scrutator Ghorr’s power and majesty.

Nish is their one remaining hope. But Nish is trapped in a burning watchtower, and hunted by both the scrutators and his former lover, Ullii. Before Nish can hope to rescue his friends, he must convince Ullii to spare him, then overcome the most powerful cabal of mancers in the world.

And even if he succeeds, to win the war the allies still have to defeat the scrutators and overthrow Nennifer, the corrupt Council’s dread bastion, before the rampaging lyrinx overwhelm all Santhenar.

About the Author

Ian Irvine, a marine scientist who has developed some of Australia's national guidelines for protection of the marine environment, has also written 27 novels. These include the internationally bestselling Three Worlds fantasy sequence (The View from the Mirror, The Well of Echoes and Song of the Tears), which has sold over a million copies, a trilogy of thrillers set in a world undergoing catastrophic climate change, Human Rites, and 12 books for younger readers, the latest being the humorous fantasy quartet, Grim and Grimmer.

ISBN: 9781486200207
ISBN-10: 1486200206
Series: Well of echoes #4
Audience: General
Format: MP3 CD
Language: English
Published: 1st October 2013
Weight (kg): 0.5