By Michael J Sullivan
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Reluctant to take his eyes off the god, Raithe ventured only the briefest glance at the servant, who was bent and struggling to catch his breath. ” “I want to know how long we have before he rises. ” The servant rolled his eyes. “He’s not getting up! ” “My Tetlin ass! That’s a god. Gods don’t die. ” “Really not so much,” the servant said, and to Raithe’s shock he kicked the god’s body, which barely moved. He kicked it again, and the head rocked to one side, sand sticking to its cheek. “See? Dead.
I’m honored by the praise The Riyria Revelations’ conclusion has received. The series’ satisfying ending was mostly due to my ability to make tweaks, add characters, or provide foundation support in earlier books when an interesting idea came to me as I wrote a later one. Plus, there is no fear about me being hit by a bus or meeting some other unfortunate end, leaving you hanging and wondering how the full story works out. Third, writing all the books in advance allows me to tell the story unburdened by the constraints of publishing contracts or business concerns.
Most people believe our conflict with the Fhrey started at the Battle of Grandford, but it actually began on a day in early spring when two men crossed the river. —THE BOOK OF BRIN Raithe’s first impulse was to pray. Curse, cry, scream, pray—people did such things in their last minutes of life. But praying struck Raithe as absurd given that his problem was the angry god twenty feet away. Gods weren’t known for their tolerance, and this one appeared on the verge of striking them both dead. Neither Raithe nor his father had noticed the god approach.
Age of Myth by Michael J Sullivan