A Dance of Chaos (Shadowdance, Book 6) by David Dalglish

By David Dalglish

From united states this day bestselling writer David Dalglish

FEAR is available in THE palms OF PROPHETS...

The ultimate installment of the Shadowdance sequence reveals Haern the Watcher returning to his loved urban of Veldaren, simply to discover it has collapsed into chaos. The solar Guild has conquered the previous thief guilds, destroying the peace Haern fought so demanding to acquire. The Trifect is their subsequent goal, and Alyssa Gemcroft needs to succeed in out to no matter what allies she will be able to receive, no matter if it ability casting apart longtime neighbors. because the chaos grows, so does the facility of the darkish god Karak who lays siege to Veldaren. If the town falls, the realm will endure vastly.
The mythical Thren Felhorn, damaged, guileless, and rejected by way of his personal son, holds the destiny of the complete urban in his palms. except Haern can cease his father, Thren will eventually have the legacy of fireside and destruction he has constantly wanted.

Father or son; a few offerings needs to be made in blood.

Fantasy writer David Dalglish spins a story of retribution and darkness, and an underworld attaining for final power.

Shadowdance

A Dance of Cloaks
A Dance of Blades
A Dance of Mirrors
A Dance of Shadows
A Dance of Ghosts
A Dance of Chaos
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John searched the desk, the closet, the nightstand, with no expectation of finding anything the other detectives had overlooked. Previous to his killing spree, Billy Lucas’s interests had been, judging by the evidence, entirely wholesome. Sports magazines. Video games, but not particularly violent ones. Bookshelves held a couple hundred paperbacks. John read each spine. Science fiction, fantasy, mainstream fiction: The boy’s interests were varied, but he possessed not a single true-crime book. The computer on the desk was operative.

On the screen, his sisters were so lovely. Many years had passed since he’d been able to look at photos of them. He had avenged them, for what that was worth. But if he had done something differently on that long-ago night, if he had not done a thoughtless thing that he had done, one of his sisters or perhaps both of them might still be alive. Although he loved their faces, he could not bear the sight of them. He exited the document. The atmosphere in this murder house grew more oppressive by the minute: the rain streaming down the windows, the humid air, a deathly stillness yet a persistent impression that someone listened, waited, and prepared for him in the nearby hallway or in another room.

Celine, too, was stabbed nine times. … Why did you say “precisely”? Because, Johnny, I didn’t stab her eight times, and I didn’t stab her ten. Precisely nine. In both cases, the order of the murders was the same: mother, father, widowed aunt/grandmother, and finally the daughter. John Calvino’s laptop directory contained a document titled “Then-Now,” which he had composed over the past few days, listing the similarities between the Valdane-family and the Lucas-family murders. He didn’t need to bring it to the screen, for he had committed it to memory.

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