The King's Guard (Fire and Thorns, Book 0.7) - download pdf or read online
By Rae Carson
Hector of Ventierra is the youngest commander of the Royal shield in his kingdom's historical past. yet prior to he used to be lord commander, he was once a lowly squire. during this brief delusion novella, set on the planet of The woman of fireside and Thorns, Rae Carson introduces readers to Hector earlier than he grew to become the fellow Queen Elisa fell in love with. The King's Guard additionally incorporates a teaser bankruptcy for The sour Kingdom, the belief to the fireplace and Thorns trilogy.
At fifteen years previous, Hector is the youngest squire within the such a lot elite army strength within the nation. And his first day is disastrous. every body assumes the one cause he used to be recruited is his shut own organization with King Alejandro, now not simply because he's fairly earned it.
But Alejandro wishes Hector for a mystery project, person who supplies him the opportunity to turn out to everyone--including himself--that he's useful to be a Royal protect. Hector needs to holiday into the traditional fort of Wind to retrieve anything so vital that the kingdom's destiny will depend on it. What Hector unearths within the fort will stretch his bond of friendship along with his king just about breaking. and it'll arrange him to develop into the fearsome warrior and lord commander Elisa won't ever allow go.
A riveting prequel to Rae Carson's epic and acclaimed hearth and Thorns sequence.
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Extra resources for The King's Guard (Fire and Thorns, Book 0.7)
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It takes place, he insists, ‘in a life not in a theatre’ while the fact that ‘it is a play which can be produced with actors is secondary and incidental to me and even, quite unimportant – and so it would be a loss to me to sacriﬁce anything of the complete life for the sake of stage and audience’. Urged by Macgowan to make cuts he explained why he could not do so: what I’ve tried to write is a play where at the end you feel you know the souls of the seventeen men and women who appear – and women who don’t appear – as well as if you’d read a play about each of them.
Erie Smith is described as ‘a teller of tales’, an honourable profession you might think, not least because it happens to be O’Neill’s as well. Yet Hemingway’s remark that ‘all true stories, if continued long enough, end in death’, is not without its relevance. For narrative logic carries its own death threat. The distance between a narrated past and a narrative present – the present in which the story is told – is a measure of time, the very time against which the narrative is oﬀered as talisman.
The King's Guard (Fire and Thorns, Book 0.7) by Rae Carson