by Peter Orullian
One of Library Journal‘s Best SF/Fantasy Books of 2011!
Peter Orullian’s epic fantasy debut The Unremembered has been critically acclaimed, earning starred reviews and glowing praise. But now it gets even better. In anticipation of the second volume in Orullian’s epic series, and for one of the few times in our publishing history, we at Tor are choosing to relaunch a title with an author’s definitive edition.
In addition to stunning updates to the original text, we’re also including an exclusive short story set in the world of Vault of Heaven as well as a sneak preview of the sequel, Trial of Intentions, and a glossary to the universe.
The gods who created this world have abandoned it. In their mercy however, they sealed the rogue god-and the monstrous creatures he created to plague mortal kind-in the vast and inhospitable wasteland of the Bourne. The magical Veil that protected humankind for millennia has become weak and creatures of nightmare have now come through. Those who stand against evil know that only drastic measures will prevent a devastating invasion.
Tahn Junell is a hunter who’s unaware of the dark forces that imperil his world, in much the same way his youth is lost to memory. But an imperious man who wears the sigil of the feared Order of Sheason and a beautiful woman of the legendary Far have shared with Tahn the danger. They’ve asked him, his sister, and his friends to embark with them on a journey that will change their lives . . . and the world . . . forever.
And in the process, he’ll remember . . .
BONUS MATERIAL: Those who order the S&N of The Unremembered will receive a code for a free digital download of The Sound of Broken Absolutes, Peter’s Unfettered story, for their eReader. The download will work on Kindle, Nook, etc. The code will be delivered the week the book ships!
Note: If you have ordered previous Signed & Numbered editions from Grim Oak Press and you want a matching number of The Unremembered, please leave a note in your order when you checkout and then send me an email to remind me. Thank you!