Author(s): Peter V. Brett
Continuing the impressive debut fantasy series from author Peter V. Brett, The Daylight War is book three of the Demon Cycle, pulling the reader into a world of demons, darkness and heroes. Humanity is fighting back. Although the night still belongs to the demons that arise as the sun sets, new wards and weapons are giving those willing to fight in the darkness a chance to retaliate against their core-spawned enemies. But, as humanity is about to learn, not all monsters are confined to the dark. Civil war ravages the north and south, battles fought between those who should be working together. It is up to Arlen - the Painted Man - and Jardir - the self-proclaimed Shar'Dama Ka, the Deliverer - to put aside their differences and bring their people to terms if they are to have any chance of saving their civilisation from demon-rule.
2013. A very good copy.
'The most significant and cinematic fantasy epic since The Lord of the Rings. Inspired, compelling, and totally addictive!' Paul W. S. Anderson, director of Resident Evil: Afterlife 'Peter V. Brett is one of my favorite new authors' Patrick Rothfuss, New York Times bestselling author of The Name of the Wind 'I enjoyed The Painted Man immensely. Action and suspense all the way.' Terry Brooks 'An absolute masterpiece... literally unputdownable, and deserves to be the next Big Thing in dark fantasy.' www.ozhorrorscope.com. 'A very accomplished debut fantasy. Recommended.' www.sfrevu.com.
Peter V. Brett went to the University at Buffalo, where he studied Dungeons & Dragons, fencing and girls. Somehow, he also managed to earn a (totally useful!) Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a minor in Art History in 1995. Following college, Peter spent approximately 8 months managing a comic shop and pondering what to do with his life. He then went into medical publishing, squandering ten years of his physical prime sitting in a cubicle. He contented himself with writing books he never hoped to sell. In June of 2007, his hard work and perseverance paid off, as he sold his 4th novel, The Painted Man, and in October of 2007, he left his day job to pursue writing full time. He lives in Brooklyn NY with his wife Dani and two cats, Jinx and Max Powers.