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Travellers' Rest

(2010)
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The story you are about to read features James Enge's wondrous character, Morlock Ambrosius. Morlock is a swordsman, an exile, a hunchback, a drunk, and a wizard, though he himself would use the term "Maker" and say he is a master of the two arts, Seeing and Making. James Enge's tales of Morlock the Maker have appeared in Black Gate magazine, in the anthology Swords & Dark Magic, and elsewhere, and Morlock features in the novels Blood of Ambrose, This Crooked Way, and The Wolf Age. In honor of this burgeoning Morlock fan base, and to commemorate The Wolf Age's status as Pyr's one-hundredth title, Pyr is issuing a free, exclusive, ePub novelette called "Travellers' Rest." Featuring a cover by artist Chuck Lukacs, "Travellers' Rest" is an 8,500 word original novelette, written for Pyr, which takes place before the events of Blood of Ambrose. Enge describes "Traveller's Rest" as "a story that's been trying to chew its way out of my head for a while now, and this seemed like a good time to release it as an introduction to Morlock. Also, Morlock's apprentice Wyrth has a small but discerning fan base, and 'Traveller's Rest' gives them a chance to encounter him again."If you are new to Morlock, it should make a fine introduction to Enge's creation, and if you are not, you will be pleased to see the return of at least one old friend. Either way, we hope that you enjoy it.The story you are about to read features James Enge's wondrous character, Morlock Ambrosius. Morlock is a swordsman, an exile, a hunchback, a drunk, and a wizard, though he himself would use the term "Maker" and say he is a master of the two arts, Seeing and Making. James Enge's tales of Morlock the Maker have appeared in Black Gate magazine, in the anthology Swords & Dark Magic, and elsewhere, and Morlock features in the novels Blood of Ambrose, This Crooked Way, and The Wolf Age. In honor of this burgeoning Morlock fan base, and to commemorate The Wolf Age's status as Pyr's one-hundredth title, Pyr is issuing a free, exclusive, ePub novelette called "Travellers' Rest." Featuring a cover by artist Chuck Lukacs, "Travellers' Rest" is an 8,500 word original novelette, written for Pyr, which takes place before the events of Blood of Ambrose. Enge describes "Traveller's Rest" as "a story that's been trying to chew its way out of my head for a while now, and this seemed like a good time to release it as an introduction to Morlock. Also, Morlock's apprentice Wyrth has a small but discerning fan base, and 'Traveller's Rest' gives them a chance to encounter him again."If you are new to Morlock, it should make a fine introduction to Enge's creation, and if you are not, you will be pleased to see the return of at least one old friend. Either way, we hope that you enjoy it.

 
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