Shadowmarch

Shadowmarch by Ted Williams

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At the uppermost edge of the northern kingdoms, towers shrouded in mist, lies Southmarch Castle. For hundreds of years it has remained hidden from the affairs of empire. Now its isolation can protect it no more. Southmarch is under siege; from both its neighbours, without, and the more insidious enemies who would destroy it from within.

Even further to the north, within the ancient walls of Qul-na-Qar, in a land of silence and gloom, the Twilight People gather to hear Ynnir, the blind king, pronounce the dark fate of human kind. In the south, the Autarch, the god-king who has already conquered an entire continent, now looks to extend his domain once more.

It is upon Southmarch that the armies advance, and to its people that darkness will speed.

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Ted Williams

A book by Ted Williams

Ted Williams (1957) (real name - Robert Paul Williams) is an American science fiction writer. Williams spent his childhood in the small town of Palo Alto, near Stanford University. After leaving school, unlike most of his friends, Williams decides to take up making money for a living. Firstly, because his family was never wealthy, and secondly, because he himself found it more interesting. He sang in a rock band called Idiot, sold shoes, delivered mail, worked in theater, television and radio (almost 10 years), and in a multimedia application firm. This is not a complete list of the activities that he has tried. However, one day, by his own admission, he decided to "stop doing some terrible things" and focus on writing, which in the long term could bring him sufficient income. In addition to novels, Williams also writes screenplays for film and television and comic books. http://goodreads.com/author/show/6587.Tad_Williams...

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Ted Williams (1957) (real name - Robert Paul Williams) is an American science fiction writer. Williams spent his childhood in the small town of Palo Alto, near Stanford University. After leaving school, unlike most of his friends, Williams decides to take up making money for a living. Firstly, because his family was never wealthy, and secondly, because he himself found it more interesting. He sang in a rock band called Idiot, sold shoes, delivered mail, worked in theater, television and radio (almost 10 years), and in a multimedia application firm. This is not a complete list of the activities that he has tried. However, one day, by his own admission, he decided to "stop doing some terrible things" and focus on writing, which in the long term could bring him sufficient income. In addition to novels, Williams also writes screenplays for film and television and comic books. http://goodreads.com/author/show/6587.Tad_Williams