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The Unspoken Name What if you knew how and when you will die Csorwe does she will climb the mountain, enter the Shrine of the Unspoken, and gain the most honored title sacrificeBut on the day of her foretold death, a powerful mage offers her a new fate Leave with him, and live Turn away from her destiny and her god to become a thief, a spy, an assassin the wizard s loyal sword Topple an empire, and help him reclaim his seat of powerBut Csorwe will soon learn gods remember, and if you live long enough, all debts come due

About the Author: A.K. Larkwood

A K Larkwood is a science fiction and fantasy writer and enthusiast She studied English at St John s College, Cambridge She has worked in higher education media relations, and is now studying law She lives in Oxford, England, with her wife and a cat.

10 thoughts on “The Unspoken Name

  1. says:

    find this review others on my blog The premise of queer orc assassins and magical intrigue had me clamoring to read the Unspoken Name , but the novel s offerings left me unmoved, and about a quarter through the story, that initial cheeriness fell from my face, like a person slipping into sleep Once my min

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    ARC provided by the publisher Tor UK in exchange for an honest review. The Unspoken Name is a terrifically written debut that merged science fiction, space opera, and high fantasy into one inventive book that s incredibly suitable for SFF enthusiast.One look into the striking cover art by Billelis, and I already

  3. says:

    me, screaming I will go down with this friend shipWhere has this queer high fantasy book been all my life Kai is shooketh.I wish I knew where to start There are so many aspects of this book that filled me with pure joy frenemies, world building, characters, twists, diversity No hard feelings Ugh.I m going to start with the

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    4.5 STARSUnspoken and Unspeakable One, Knight of Abyss, Overseer of the Eaten Worlds, praise and reverence unto your Chosen Bride May she intercede for us What an exceptional debut The Unspoken Name is difficult to summarize the story is an ambitious blend of epic high fantasy and space opera science fiction, which will tickle the

  5. says:

    It Is Doneme great relief floods my body Phew I feel beyond accomplished having completed The Unspoken Name Honestly, this was a fairly challenging read for me.Csorwe, sounds like doorway, is a teenage girl who has been raised to be the sacrificial wife of the Unspoken One, an ancient god living within the earth.Entombed on what is to be he

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    4.5 starsI m definitely getting the audio to go with my hardback This book took me by surprise I had no idea it was going to be like this and I quite enjoyed it I love Csorwe Mel 4.5 starsI m definitely getting the audio to go with my hardback This book took me by surprise I had no idea it was going to be like this and I quite enjoyed it I love Csor

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    This Review Blog Twitter Instagram Actual Rating 2.5 starsYou frightened of ghosts Whatever it is you re scared of in the dark, that s what you becomeThe cover, the synopsis and early reviews all made me believe that I was going to read something very special Unfortunately, I am not impressed by this debut I wish I did but It was just acceptable for me I had

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    ARC received from the publisher, Tor UK, in exchange for an honest review.3.5 stars.The Unspoken Name is a commendable fantasy debut with fascinating worldbuilding ideas With so many fantasy debuts cropping up every year, it is not an easy task to differentiate oneself from the rest In this respect, Larkwood has created an interesting setting that blended old world

  9. says:

    dnf 50%this had all the elements that I love but something about it just wasn t working for me and it felt like a chore to read

  10. says:

    A good fantasy debut with a lot of cool magic and fascinating set pieces.There are evil scheming gods and dying worlds in between thriving cities There are also a lot of great allusions to fantasy classics here The opening chapter has a nice Tombs of Atuan but they re all orcs vibe Later, there s a part withof a Robin Hobb setting, full of assassins in training who get brutally heartb

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