"A richly told tale of strange magic, dark treachery, and conflicting loyalties, set in a well-realized world"—Robin Hobb
To read more about The Wall of Night series, visit me on my blog
Daughter of Blood
© Helen Lowe 2016
Lowe's Wall of Night series has the potential to become a classic right
up there with the likes of George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire." — SF Site
Daughter of Blood:
The Darkness Closes In...
of Night and Kalan are returning home — but already it may be too
late. The Wall of Night is dangerously weakened, the Nine Houses of the
Derai fractured by rivalry and hate. And now, the Darkswarm is rising .
Among Grayharbor backstreets, an orphan boy falls foul of dark
forces. On the Wall, a Daughter of Blood must be married off to the
Earl of Night, a pawn in the web of her family‘s ambition. On the
Field of Blood, Kalan fights for a place in the bride‘s honor
guard, while Malian dodges deadly pursuers in a hunt against time for
the fabled Shield of Heaven. But the Darkswarm is gaining strength, and
time is running out—for Malian, for Kalan, and for all of Haarth
. . .
What They're Saying About Daughter Of Blood:
“Returning fans…will delight in Lowe’s intricate
worldbuilding and keen eye for politicking. The introduction of new
characters and prophecies adds some depth of intrigue to Lowe’s
"The world of Lowe's Wall of Night series continues to expand
exponentially, and this third installment is sprawling, vividly
detailed, and consistently intriguing...the result is a heady
imaginative tale full of Lowe's haunting prose and bold characters,
that builds to a startling climax that will leave readers anxious for
Kirkus Reviews: Can't Miss Spec Fic Round Up:
"This third book in The Wall of Night series (you have been reading
this Gemmell Award-winning series, yes?) is as richly drawn and
imaginative as its predecessors."
"Helen Lowe's Daughter of Blood
may well be the best ... epic fantasy novel of the year."
Fantasy Book Review:
"Shaping up to be a modern classic of Fantasy storytelling."
"It might have been
750 pages, but it didn’t feel like it. There is constant
action and I was absorbed in the complexity of the story and watching
as all the pieces Lowe has been putting into place since book one start
to fall into place … "
... adventure and excitement populated by memorable characters that
leap from the page. "
"Helen Lowe's brilliance in plotting, character building and writing
shines through in DAUGHTER OF BLOOD, the third instalment ... in this
"Epicly satisfying ... a wonderfully complex and surprising tapestry of characters and events."
"I found this book to be a really satisfying read..."
"It was a long wait but it was certainly worth it...this book is my favourite to date."
Why Do I Read? Why Do You Breathe? To Live:
"I want, I want, I want, I WANT THE NEXT BOOK ALREADY."