The Wide World's End

The Wide World s End The tale of the early days of Morlock Ambrosius master of all magical makers wandering swordsman and son of Merlin concludes From beyond the northern edge of the world the Sunkillers undying enemie

  • Title: The Wide World's End
  • Author: James Enge
  • ISBN: 9781616149079
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Paperback
  • The tale of the early days of Morlock Ambrosius master of all magical makers, wandering swordsman, and son of Merlin concludes From beyond the northern edge of the world, the Sunkillers undying enemies of everything that lives and breathes and is an individual are reaching into the sky of Laent to drain out its light and warmth Their hope is to scrape sky, land, andThe tale of the early days of Morlock Ambrosius master of all magical makers, wandering swordsman, and son of Merlin concludes From beyond the northern edge of the world, the Sunkillers undying enemies of everything that lives and breathes and is an individual are reaching into the sky of Laent to drain out its light and warmth Their hope is to scrape sky, land, and sea clean of mortal life and return to where they once dwelled, before the first rising of the sun Against them stand only the Graith of Guardians, defenders of the peaceful anarchy of the Wardlands But the agents of the Sunkillers are abroad even in the Wardlands plotting, betraying, murdering among the Graith Married now for a century, Morlock Ambrosius and Aloe Oaij will take different paths to counter the threat As Aloe ferrets out the enemy within the Graith, Morlock joins forces with his sister, the formidable Ambrosia Viviana, and crosses the monster haunted plains of the deep north to confront the Sunkillers in their own realm Morlock and Aloe think their parting is temporary, but it is final They may or may not save the world, but they will not save each other, or themselves.

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    About "James Enge"

    1. James Enge

      James Enge is the pseudonym of James M Pfundstein, an American fantasy and sword and sorcery author His best known work is the ongoing Morlock the Maker series His first novel in the series, Blood of Ambrose, was nominated for the World Fantasy Award in 2010 His newest series, A Tournament of Shadows, tells the origin story of his famous character Morlock Ambrosius.James M Pfundstein has a PhD from the University of Minnesota and is a lecturer at Bowling Green State University in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies He is represented by the Onyxhawke Agency James Enge Official website James Enge s Blog James Enge s Twitter James Enge on Facebook

    517 thoughts on “The Wide World's End”

    1. Morlock the Maker is one of the most interesting characters in fantasy I've read in ages. James Enge has created a unique and fascinating world for Morlock to live in that reminds me of the "old days" reading Moorcock's Elric series. I particularly love how the magic Morlock uses when he makes things seems to make sense - he makes things with a logical set of ingredients and process that you can buy into without just pushing the "I believe" button.I hope somehow there are more of these stories i [...]


    2. Here we have the conclusion to Morlock's origin story, and the beginning of his transition to a bitter alcoholic.It's painful and tragic and heroic and hits all of the right notes. Mocklock is a character I could read about all day. This ties up a lot of the loose ends from previous books, and is extremely satisfying all round.Write more please, Mr Enge.


    3. Though James Enge’s latest is “The Wide World’s End” (Pyr, $18, 393 pages), I’m hoping this isn’t the end of books featuring Morlock Ambrosius – and yes, he’s related to Merlin Ambrosius (his son, as a matter of fact), but Enge’s world is far from Arthurian dreams of Camelot.In fact, it’s a dark and dreary world in the final book of this trilogy (which began with “A Guile of Dragons” and continued with “Wrath-Bearing Tree”), primarily because the sun’s energy is bei [...]


    4. ames Enge tells how his character Morlock, son of Merlin, got exiled from the Warded Lands where he was raised. He’s been happily married to Aloê for a century when the wardlands get invaded by Khnauronts whose staffs suck life force. They’s been send by a dragon who wants to leave the world before the sun is destroyed. Morlock, his dwarf friend Deor, and a cured Khnauront, Kelat set off to find the Dragon. Along the way they discover that Kelat is a prince (one of three hundred) and add Mo [...]



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