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Outcasts of Order (#20 Recluce)
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L. E. Modesitt JR
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Outcasts of Order (#20 Recluce)

L. E. Modesitt JR


Tor U.K.

Fantasy » Epic Fantasy;
Fantasy » Sword & Sorcery;
Fantasy » Mythological Creatures, People & Places;
Fantasy » Political


656 pages

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Beltur began his journey in The Mongrel Mage and continues in Outcasts of Order, the next book of his story arc in the Saga of Recluce.

Beltur, an Order mage, discovers he possesses frightening powers not seen for hundreds of years. With his new abilities, he survives the war in Elparta and saves the lives of all. However, victory comes with a price. His fellow mages now see him as a threat to be destroyed, and the local merchants want to exploit his power.

There's only one way he can remain free and survive-he's going to have to run.

This series is for avid readers of Brandon Sanderson, and all readers who appreciate an intricate and well-developed magic system in their epic fantasy.

By:   L. E. Modesitt JR
Imprint:   Tor U.K.
Country of Publication:   United States
Volume:   20
Dimensions:   Height: 241mm,  Width: 164mm,  Spine: 47mm
Weight:   901g
ISBN:   9781250172556
ISBN 10:   1250172551
Series:   Recluce
Pages:   656
Publication Date:   July 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

L.E. Modesitt Jr. is the author of more than seventy books - primarily science fiction and fantasy, including the long-running, bestselling Saga of Recluce and Imager Portfolio, as well as a number of short stories.

Praise for Outcasts of Order Readers will delight in following [Beltur and Jessyla's] story, from the magical to the mundane, even as they slowly realize that city can never truly be home, either. --Seattle Book Review Through [Beltur's] travels you feel . . . the complexity of relationships, good and bad, that make up a life. --Booklist One of the things that makes Recluce special is that mages have to earn a living. . . . It is this relevance and relatability which makes the Recluce series one of the best being published today. It is also why I will nominate it for the Best Series Hugo again this year. --SF Revu One of my favorite books in the Saga of Recluce. --The Arched Doorway In crafting this convincing portrait of a genuinely humble man guided by his clear-cut, innate sense of right and wrong, Modesitt shows how apparent weaknesses can become sources of great strength. And while most of his stories explore complex philosophical issues without pedantry or prejudice, this trilogy is doing so with particular thoroughness. Always a pleasure to abide in Modesitt's universe, if only for a few hours or days. --Kirkus Praise for the Saga of Recluce Modesitt has established himself with his Recluce series as one of the best 90s writers of fantasy. The fantasies are characterized by a highly developed and consistent system of magic. --Vector L.E. Modesitt Jr., never fails to deserve praise. --Analog My favorite thing about L. E. Modesitt's books is that . . . I enjoy rereading them as much as I enjoy them the first time. --SF Revu on The Saga of Recluce

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