By C. S. Pacat
The world wide phenomenon continues—from the boldly unique writer of Captive Prince and Prince’s Gambit.
Damianos of Akielos has returned.
His identification now published, Damen needs to face his grasp Prince Laurent as Damianos of Akielos, the fellow Laurent has sworn to kill.
near to a momentous conflict, the way forward for either their nations hangs within the stability. within the south, Kastor's forces are massing. within the north, the Regent's armies are mobilising for battle. Damen's basically desire of reclaiming his throne is to struggle including Laurent opposed to their usurpers.
pressured into an uneasy alliance the 2 princes trip deep into Akielos, the place they face their most threatening competition but. yet whether the delicate belief they've got outfitted survives the revelation of Damen's identity—can it stand opposed to the Regents ultimate, lethal play for the throne?
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Laurent handled the chance of the okton by means of easily behaving as if it didn't exist. one other bullseye. Damen may well believe the buzz of the gang, pressure emerging with each throw. It was once infrequent for an individual to trip an ideal okton, not to mention 3 riders within the comparable fit, yet Damen, Laurent and Pallas had but to overlook a throw. He heard the thud as a spear hit the objective to his left. Aktis. 3 extra circuits. . One. The path used to be a move of surging horseflesh, of lethal spears and hooves that flung up turf. They thundered into the ultimate circuit, buoyed by means of the elation, the ecstasy of the group. Damen, Laurent and Pallas have been dead-even in rating, and for a second it appeared faultless, balanced, as if they have been all a part of a unmarried complete. It used to be a mistake someone may have made. an easy miscalculation: Aktis threw his spear too early. Damen observed it; observed the spear go away Aktis’s hand, observed its trajectory, observed it hit with a sickening thunk no longer the objective, however the an important aid strut that used to be keeping the objective up. At galloping velocity, all 5 riders had a momentum that can no longer be halted. Lydos and Pallas loosed their spears. either throws have been directly and real, however the goal, swaying and collapsing with out its strut, used to be now not there. Lydos’s spear, shearing via air at the different facet of the path, was once going to hit both Pallas, or Laurent, who was once using along him. yet Damen may possibly do not more than shout a caution that was once whipped from his mouth through the wind, as the moment spear, Pallas’s spear, was once aimed correct for him. He couldn’t evade it. He didn’t recognize the place the opposite riders have been situated, couldn’t danger his personal evasion inflicting the spear to hurt one among them. intuition reacted sooner than proposal. The spear used to be using in the direction of his chest; Damen stuck it out of the air, his hand remaining challenging round the shaft, the momentum of it wrenching his shoulder again. He absorbed it, tightening his grip along with his thighs to maintain himself within the saddle. He stuck a flash of Lydos’s surprised face beside him, heard the cries of the gang. He used to be slightly taking into consideration himself or what he had performed. All his cognizance used to be at the different spear, flying in the direction of Laurent. His center jammed in his throat. at the different part of the direction, Pallas used to be frozen. In that afflicted second of selection, Pallas might merely make a decision even if to keep away from and possibility his cowardice killing a prince, or stand his flooring and obtain a spear to the throat. His destiny was once tied to Laurent’s, and in contrast to Damen, he had no recourse for what to do. Laurent knew it. Like Damen, Laurent had noticeable it early—had noticeable the strut cave in, had judged the end result. within the handful of additional seconds that this afforded him, Laurent acted with no hesitation. He published his reins—and as Damen watched, because the spear flew correct for him—he jumped, no longer out of ways, yet into the trail of the spear, jumping from his horse to Pallas’s, dragging them either to the left. Pallas swayed, surprised, and Laurent physically stored him down low within the saddle. The spear sailed prior them and landed within the tufted grass like a javelin.