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About The Book The Blade Itself Joe Abercrombie epub

Logen Ninefingers, infamous barbarian, has finally run out of luck. Caught in one feud too many, he’s on the verge of becoming a dead barbarian – leaving nothing behind him but bad songs, dead friends, and a lot of happy enemies.

Nobleman Captain Jezal dan Luthar, dashing officer, and paragon of selfishness, has nothing more dangerous in mind than fleecing his friends at cards and dreaming of glory in the fencing circle. But war is brewing, and on the battlefields of the frozen North they fight by altogether bloodier rules.

Inquisitor Glokta, cripple turned torturer, would like nothing better than to see Jezal come home in a box. But then Glokta hates everyone: cutting treason out of the Union one confession at a time leaves little room for friendship. His latest trail of corpses may lead him right to the rotten heart of government, if he can stay alive long enough to follow it.

Enter the wizard, Bayaz. A bald old man with a terrible temper and a pathetic assistant, he could be the First of the Magi, he could be a spectacular fraud, but whatever he is, he’s about to make the lives of Logen, Jezal, and Glokta a whole lot more difficult.

Murderous conspiracies rise to the surface, old scores are ready to be settled, and the line between hero and villain is sharp enough to draw blood.

table of contents

Chapter 1 The End
Chapter 2 Survivors
Chapter 3 Questions
Chapter 4 No Choice at All
Chapter 5 Playing with Knives
Chapter 6 Teeth and Fingers
Chapter 7 The Wide and Barren North
Chapter 8 Fencing Practice
Chapter 9 The Morning Ritual
Chapter 10 First of the Magi
Chapter 11 The Good Man
Chapter 12 On the List
Chapter 13 An Offer and a Gift
Chapter 14 The King of the Northmen
Chapter 15 A Road Between Two Dentists
Chapter 16 Flatheads
Chapter 17 The Course of True Love
Chapter 18 How Dogs Are Trained
Chapter 19 Tea and Vengeance
Chapter 20 What Freedom Looks Like
Chapter 21 The King’s Justice
Chapter 22 Means of Escape
Chapter 23 Three Signs
Chapter 24 The Theatrical Outfitter’s
Chapter 25 Barbarians at the Gate
Chapter 26 Next
Chapter 27 Better than Death
Chapter 28 Sore Thumb
Chapter 29 Questions
Chapter 30 Nobility
Chapter 31 Dark Work
Chapter 32 Words and Dust
Chapter 33 The Remarkable Talents
Chapter 34 Her Kind Fight Everything
Chapter 35 She Loves Me…Not
Chapter 36 The Seed
Chapter 37 Never Bet Against a Magus
Chapter 38 The Ideal Audience
Chapter 39 The House of the Maker
Chapter 40 Nobody’s Dog
Chapter 41 Each Man Worships Himself
Chapter 42 Old Friends
Chapter 43 Back To the Mud
Chapter 44 Misery
Chapter 45 The Bloody-Nine
Chapter 46 The Tools We Have

About The Author The Blade Itself Joe Abercrombie epub

Joe Abercrombie was educated at Lancaster Royal Grammar School and Manchester University, where he studied psychology. He moved into television production before taking up a career as a freelance film editor. During a break between jobs he began writing The Blade Itself in 2002, completing it in 2004. It was published by Gollancz in 2006 and was followed by two other books in The First Trilogy, Before They Are Hanged and Last Argument of Kings. He currently lives and works in London with his wife and daughter. In early 2008 Joe Abercrombie was one of the contributors to the BBC Worlds of Fantasy series, alongside other contributors such as Michael Moorcock, Terry Pratchett and China Mieville. 

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