Arrows of the Sun by Judith Tarr
(Avaryan Rising)

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The war between the Golden Empire and the Empire of the Sun is over, the empires merged into one, and one emperor over them all: Estarion, heir to both royal houses. But Estarion will not accept half of his heritage, nor will the Golden Empire willingly accept him. The same forces that assassinated his father are arrayed against him, led by the last scion of an ancient imperial line—and he must stand against them and truly unite the empires, or see all the great work of his ancestors reduced to rubble.

About Judith Tarr

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Judith Tarr, 1955 - Writer Judith Tarr was born in 1955 in Maine. She received an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Medieval studies from Yale. She also received an M.A. in Classics from Cambridge University and a B.A. in Latin and English from Mount Holyoke. Some of the titles written by Tarr include "The Golden Horn" (1985), "The Hound and the Falcon" (1986), "Avaryan Rising" (1988), "Alamut" (1989), "The Daggar and the Cross" (1991), "The Lord of Two Lands" (1993), "Pillar of Fire" (1995) and the juvenile book "His Majesty's Elephant.
Published August 6, 2013 by Book View Cafe. 460 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Four generations have passed since Mirain, but Estarion rules Asanion, the western portion of his empire, with unease: his father was murdered there by mage-wrought poison, and so terrible was Estarion's revenge that he expended much of his godlike power.

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Tarr's fourth installment in the Avaryan Rising series takes place nearly a century after the union of the empires of Keruvarion and Asanion.

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