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Anomus ip Garma, greatest living architect of the Subori Empire, is tasked by his emperor to construct a tomb for the emperor's concubine upon her death. Anomus and ten thousand workers labor in the desert for years while the emperor's dead love waits, ensorceled and undecaying, for her final resting place to be completed.

But betrayal awaits Anomus and all who slaved to
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Kindle Edition, 391 pages
Published December 3rd 2019
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Sean Duggan
Nov 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
I read the Royal Road edition of this book, which I'm led to believe is identical to the Kindle book. It was good. There's a definite sense of progression, Anomus's abilities don't feel like an asspull or a game log. And I sincerely felt for Krssh and the ghouls. I'm curious about where this is going to go next. Some minor editing needs to be done, but it's a solid entry.
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Dec 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I don't know what I expected, but it wasn't a smart protagonist spending a huge portion of the book thinking his way out of the terrible situation he'd fallen into. And it was FANTASTIC.

An asshole Emperor, a smart family man in a sticky situation, and adventures with Old Gods and New.
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Michael McClung was born in San Antonio, Texas, but now putters around Southeast Asia. He has had the requisite number of odd jobs expected of a speculative fiction author, including soldier, book store manager, and bowling alley pin boy. His first book, the Sword & Sorcery novel "Thagoth," won the Del Rey Digital first novel competition in 2002 and was published by Random House in 2003.

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