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The Seven Cities
  • An experienced author known for the humor and verve of his characters and dialogs
  • A rich world filled with intrigue, action, and mystery, and dominated by treachery and corruption
  • A charismatic hero surrounded by a gallery of strong characters connected through friendship and unfailing loyalty
Pierre Pevel
The Seven Cities
(Les Sept Cit├ęs)
Type
Fantasy
Word count
80,000 words per book
All rights available
Details
Book 1 - The Gem of the Valoris
Book 2 - The Basilica of Shadows

The flamboyant destiny of an elusive thief in Samarande, city of corruption and violence

Of the Seven Cities, province of the High Kingdom, Samarande is the largest, most famous, and above all, most dangerous.

It is in this violent and corrupt world that Iryän Shaän practices his profession: that of a thief. After getting his hands on a precious tiara, he is then robbed of the jewels that adorn it, and he must find the guilty party and overcome his numerous adversaries – thieves, assassins, magi, and ghosts – through his cunning and might. And the troubles don’t end there, because when he frees his friend from rotting away in prison, Iryän antagonizes a formidable group of villains.

An old enemy is returning, and others who are just as dangerous are appearing. When his friend is murdered, Iryän becomes blinded by anger and his desire for vengeance and ready to combat powerful factions, some of whom have been competing for centuries, back to when the Divine Dragons ruled the world. Nothing will stop Iryän – neither man, nor drac, nor dragon prince. He is ready to risk it all, including his life.

  • An experienced author known for the humor and verve of his characters and dialogs
  • A rich world filled with intrigue, action, and mystery, and dominated by treachery and corruption
  • A charismatic hero surrounded by a gallery of strong characters connected through friendship and unfailing loyalty

About the author

Pierre Pevel
Pierre Pevel, born in 1968, is one of the foremost writers of French Fantasy today. He is published internationally, and was awarded numerous prizes, from the David Gemmell Legend Award for the best newcomer to the Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire and Prix Imaginales, both for best novel.