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The Emperor of Aria has been murdered, the Empire is in crisis, and Dead Men walk the streets...

But Myla, Fings, and Seth couldn't care less. They're too busy just trying to survive in the Sulk-struck city of Varr, committing petty violence and pettier crimes to earn their keep in the Unrulys, a motley gang led by Blackhand.

When the Unrulys are commissioned to steal a mysterious item to order, by an equally mysterious patron, the trio are thrust right into the bitter heart of a struggle for the Crown, where every faction is after what they have.

Forced to lie low in a city on lockdown, they will have to work together if they want to save their skins...and maybe just save the Empire as well.

©2021 Stephen Deas (P)2021 Angry Robot

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Great story, well told

Stephen Deas is a very good story-teller, and I think this is my new favourite of his books. He is very well-served by the brilliant reader, Chris Harper, who brings the dialogue between characters to life, handles the internal voices well, and generally seems to be enjoying reading it.

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