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“Then live and be damned.” Llewelyn is a brilliant young evil magician who is dying in extreme agony at the foot of his arch-enemy, the good and lawful King Walworth of Threle. Enemy Glory is Llewelyn’s astonishing deathbed confession, his alarmingly passionate and strangely lyrical account of his heartbreaking decision to embrace evil, told with wry humor and trenchant irony against an epic backdrop of magic, the gods, betrayed friendship, unrequited love, war, and the rise and fall of empires.
Let’s play a game of choice and consequences. What if you had to destroy everything you ever loved or suffer eternal damnation? Enter the dark.
Originally published by Tor Books (Tom Doherty Associates, LLC). A finalist for the 2002 Prometheus Award. Among the books that received the most votes for the 2002 Locus Award for Best First Novel. Chosen by Locus as one of the best first novels of 2001.
From Publishers Weekly
© Publishers Weekly
An excellent and thoroughly atypical fantasy novel. A refreshingly weird take on the genre, with an anti-hero who is an interesting mix of funny, sad and selfish. In the end, however, it is not the characters but instead the author's incredible metaphors and descriptions that stay with you. One of my top ten.