The Company of Glass by Valery Leith
Everien: Book One (Everien, Bk 1)

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To save the future of his country, a warrior must first confront his tragic past....

Quintar was once the greatest of Clan warriors, leading his notorious Company against the ethereal, deadly Sekk. The Sekk are only one of the mysteries left in the wake of the vanished Everien civilization. The Everien Knowledge is another. And it seems only Knowledge can defeat the Sekk.

But when Quintar tried to capture an Everien Artifact from the floating city of Jai Pendu, he lost all his Company in a bloody battle beyond the worlds--a battle which brought him close to losing his mind as well. Broken and shamed, he changed his name to Tarquin the Free and fled Everien.

Eighteen years later, he returns with news of a massive foreign army that threatens Everien with certain destruction. Worse, he finds his best friend's daughter hell-bent on the same quest that killed her father. And unless Tarquin can face the nightmare of his past and assail the lost city of Jai Pendu once again, all of Everien may pay the price....

About Valery Leith

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Published July 6, 1999 by Spectra. 416 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Having lost the crack company he had trained to win a previous Artifact for Jai Kendar's deceased Queen Ysse, Tarquin, formerly Quintar of the Seahawk Clan, chases the White Road to the Floating Lands, hoping to find his company and win back his self-respect.

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To make matters worse, a messenger named Tarquin the Free has just brought bad tidings to King Lerien, at the interdimensionally-challenged keep of Jai Khalar, that Everien's great army has gone missing, while the enemy masses at the border.

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