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Iron Khante The Theatre of Shadows

Iron Khante The Theatre of Shadows

C. H. N. Hughes


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The year is 1328, the Year of the Prophet. In the city of Sikandagor resides the Khan, the ruler of the Sikandastan Khanate, living in luxury while his subjects suffer in slums. Crime is rife, the authorities are corrupt, and all while the country is at risk; insurrectionists attack the East, and the looming threat from two warring foreign nations, the Jazeera Caliphate and the Great Tonghai, is ever-present. Living in Sikandagor, Ramin, a merchant's son, is leaving home for the first time to establish his own trading post in the far-off city of Jagrâkand. However, a cruel twist of fate thrusts Ramin directly into a world of vicious conflict.
Sweeping across the ancient empires of Central Asia, The Theatre of Shadows is a tale of soldiers, spies, bandits, and rulers, all caught in a twisted web of love and murder, victory and loss, deceit, and corruption.

ISBN : 978-1-80074-768-5

Published: 25/01/2024

Pages : 392

Size : 234x156

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

C. H. N. Hughes

Christopher Hughes was born in Perth, Western Australia, in 1992. He
passed most of his childhood in Melbourne before joining the Australian
Army in 2011, eventually becoming an infantry officer. He graduated from
the University of New South Wales in 2015 and began writing The Theatre
of Shadows that same year. An avid traveller, trekker and student of world
history, his journeys to Central Asia, the Caucasus, Turkey and South
America have served as inspiration for his writing. He currently lives in
Canberra with his partner Jess.

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