The Fall of Fair Isle
Released 10 March 2015
It has been six hundred years since Imoshen the First, Causare of the T’En, brought her beleaguered people across the seas to Fair Isle. The magical folk mixed with the natives, bringing culture and sophistication, and made the island one of the wealthiest, most powerful nations in the known world.
But all glory is temporary. The Ghebites, savage barbarians from the warm north, have rolled over the mainland, conquering all in their path, and now they have taken Fair Isle. Imoshen, namesake of the first Empress and the last pure-blooded T’En woman, is all that survives of that great heritage. Now, just seventeen years of age, she must offer herself to the Ghebite General, Tulkhan, and do what she can to ensure her survival, and that of her people.
One other T’En survives: Reothe, Imoshen’s betrothed, newly returned from adventuring on the high seas. As the T’En warrior foments rebellion against Tulkhan in secret, Imoshen must choose, both as a woman and as a leader, between a past now lost and an uncertain future…
Featuring three-books-in-one and beautifully packaged in a stunning cover from series artist Clint Langley, The Fall of Fair Isle offers incredible value as a standalone single volume trilogy collection. Taking place six hundred years after the events of Daniells’ popular The Outcast Chronicles, The Fall of Fair Isle will delight both fans of Daniells’ previous titles and lovers of great epic fantasy.
Unavailable in North America for over ten years and never previously released into the UK or Europe, The Fall of Fair Isle is the eagerly anticipated lost treasure in Daniells’ impressive catalogue of writing, and the perfect introduction to her incredible world building for readers coming to her works for the first time.
UK: 9781781083024 | 12th March 2015
US: 9781781083031 | 10th March 2015
Rowena Cory Daniells
Rowena Cory Daniells is passionate about writing. She lives by the bay with her husband and has six children. In her spare time she has devoted five years to studying each of these martial arts Tae Kwon Do, Aikido and Iaido, the art of the Samurai Sword. In 2016 Rowena was stunned when she was awarded the Peter McNamara Achievement Award for services to the speculative fiction genre.