The Scarab Path

The Scarab Path by Adrian Tchaikovsky

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The war with the Wasp Empire has ended in a bitter stalemate, and Collegium has nothing to show for it but wounded veterans. Cheerwell Maker finds herself crippled in ways no doctor can mend, haunted by ghosts of the past that she cannot appease. The Empress Seda is regaining control over those imperial cities that refused to bow the knee to her, but she draws her power from something more sinister than mere armies and war machines. Only her consort, the former spymaster Thalric, knows the truth, and now the assassins are coming and he finds his life and his loyalties under threat once again. Out beyond the desert of the Nem, the ancient city of Khanaphes awaits them both, with a terrible secret entombed beneath its stones.

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Adrian Czajkowski (Adrian Czajkowski, Adrian Tchaikovsky) British author of Polish origin, writes hard fiction and fantasy. Born June 14, 1972 in the village of Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, UK. Graduated from the University of Reading. He currently lives with his wife and son in Leeds, the commercial capital of Yorkshire. The most famous work of the writer is the Shadows of the Apt series. The surname Czajkowski for publications was changed to Tchaikovsky due to potential spelling and pronunciation difficulties for American and British readers. Tchaikovsky expressed a desire for the Polish editions of his novels to be printed under their real name, but they also used Tchaikovsky....

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Adrian Czajkowski (Adrian Czajkowski, Adrian Tchaikovsky) British author of Polish origin, writes hard fiction and fantasy. Born June 14, 1972 in the village of Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, UK. Graduated from the University of Reading. He currently lives with his wife and son in Leeds, the commercial capital of Yorkshire. The most famous work of the writer is the Shadows of the Apt series. The surname Czajkowski for publications was changed to Tchaikovsky due to potential spelling and pronunciation difficulties for American and British readers. Tchaikovsky expressed a desire for the Polish editions of his novels to be printed under their real name, but they also used Tchaikovsky.