Fantasy Novel Series by Guy Gavriel Kay 4 Books Set

Guy Gavriel Kay Fantasy Novel is 4 books set pack collections which are Under Heaven, Sailing to Sarantium, The Last Light of the Sun, Ysabel. This whole set is historical fiction stories which are interesting to read.

Titles

Under Heaven

Sailing to Sarantium

The Last Light of the Sun

Ysabel

Description

Under Heaven

For two years Shen Tai has mourned his celebrated father and lived like a hermit beyond the borders of the Kitan Empire. There, by a mountain lake, the bones of the soldiers killed in great battles between the Kitai and the Tagurans lie unburied and their wailing ghosts strike terror into the living.

Tai has laboured alone, laying to rest the mingled dead of both empires, until a letter arrives. It contains the promise of a poisoned chalice: Tai will be given two hundred and fifty Sardian horses by the Tagurans, legendary steeds from the far west, as a reward for his courage and piety.

Now, Tai must try to return alive from solitude to a glittering, dangerous court. For to give a man even one of the famed Sardians is to honour him greatly; to give him so many is a reward which would overwhelm an emperor, and could be Tai′s death warrant.

Sailing to Sarantium

Rumoured to be responsible for the ascension of the previous Emperor, his uncle, amid fire and blood, Valerius the Trakesian has himself now risen to the Golden Throne of the vast empire ruled by the fabled city, Sarantium.

Valerius has a vision to match his ambition: a glittering dome that will proclaim his magnificence down through the ages. And so, in a ruined western city on the far distant edge of civilization, a not-so-humble artisan receives a call that will change his life forever.

In this world still half-wild and tangled with magic, no journey is simple; and a journey to Sarantium means a walk into destiny. Bearing with him a deadly secret, and a Queen′s seductive promise; guarded only by his own wits and a bird soul talisman from an alchemist′s treasury, Crispin sets out for the fabled city from which none return unaltered.

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