Twelve hours! Less, actually, if memory serves on what timetable Amazon shifts over to the next day on.
Twelve hours until Shadow of an Empire falls into the waiting hands of the world. Woo! You guys should see me. I’ve got a serious adrenaline buzz going. It’s like this with every book release sure, but … the anticipation is real.
Not much else to say, really. Twelve. Hours. Twelve hours and all of you can finally see what all this fuss about Salitore Amazd and Meelo Karn has been about.
I can give you a hint: It’s a fuss because Shadow of an Empire is really good!
And you’ll have your copies soon. Pre-order now if you haven’t!
Salitore Amazd is an imperial adjudicator, an enforcer of the law and keeper of the peace across the vast, desert stretches of the Indrim Empire’s southern reaches known as the Outlands. For Sali, the job means long days in the saddle, constant travel, and hours of rugged, wilderness beauty far from the intrigue and politicking of the empire’s core.
Until a trainload of convicted prisoners, led by a noble named Nirren, vanishes from a high-security engine in an unprecedented escape, leaving behind only bodies, confused survivors, and a public letter accusing Sali of being a co-conspirator … as well as a fellow idealist in their forthcoming revolution. An accusation with no evidence, but more than enough to turn the public eye of the empire in his direction.
Now forcibly partnered with Meelo Karn, a member of the imperial inquisition with her own ties to the convicts, it’s up to both of them to track down Nirren and his gang before they engulf the Outlands in a political firestorm that burns it to the ground. Be it wild animals, unfriendly locals, or even encounters with the enigmatic, steam-driven Grey Knights … Sali and Meelo have a call to deliver justice.
And justice will be done.