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A review of Helen Lowe's Daughter of Blood

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Helen Lowe's Daughter of Blood, the third novel in The Wall of Night series of epic fanatsy novels, was published by Harper Voyager and Orbit Books in January 2016.

Information about Helen Lowe:

Helen Lowe is an award-winning novelist, poet, interviewer, and blogger, whose first novel, Thornspell (Knopf), was published to critical praise in 2008. Her second, The Heir of Night (The Wall of Night Series, Book One) won the Gemmell Morningstar Award 2012. The sequel, The Gathering of The Lost, was shortlisted for the Gemmell Legend Award in 2013. Helen has a second-dan black belt in the martial art aikido and represented her university at fencing. She posts regularly on her "...on Anything, Really" blog, occasionally on SF Signal, and is also on Twitter: @helenl0we.

Click here to visit the author's official website.

Information about Daughter of Blood:

A failing wall, a broken shield, and an enemy that will exploit every weakness...

Malian and Kalan have recovered two of the three legendary weapons of the Derai, but already it may be too late. The Wall of Night, fractured by centuries of blood feud and civil strife, is on the verge of falling.

Meanwhile, among Grayharbor backstreets, an orphan boy falls foul of dark forces. A daughter of the House of Blood must be married to the Earl of Night, a pawn in the web of her family’s ambition, and Kalan is caught in a political web he may not be able to escape.

While even as Malian dodges Darkswarm pursuers in her search for the Shield of Heaven, rumour whispers that it may be broken beyond repair - and she herself may be the blade the ancient enemy will drive into the heart of the Derai Alliance.

A REVIEW OF HELEN LOWE'S DAUGHTER OF BLOOD

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