Blog Tour: Audiobook Extract – The Trouble With Peace, by Joe Abercrombie

On 13th May 2021, Gollancz are publishing in paperback Lord Grimdark, Joe Abercrombie’s, The Trouble With Peace.

Second in the AGE OF MADNESS trilogy, THE TROUBLE WITH PEACE is the next instalment of a series which is revolutionising fantasy . . .

NARRATED BY STEVEN PACEY

Available now

https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/The-Trouble-with-Peace-Audiobook/1473228522

Audio Download £25.00 

For Click Here for a sample of the novel audiobook

‘Joe Abercrombie is doing some terrific work’ – GEORGE R.R. MARTIN, author of GAME OF THRONES

‘Abercrombie squeezes your heart till it matches his beat. No one writes with the seismic scope or primal intensity of Joe Abercrombie’PIERCE BROWN, author of THE RED RISING SERIES

‘Delightfully twisted and evil.’ – GUARDIAN

Savine dan Glokta, once Adua’s most powerful investor, finds her judgement, fortune and reputation in tatters. But she still has all her ambitions, and no scruple will be permitted to stand in her way.

For heroes like Leo dan Brock and Stour Nightfall, only happy with swords drawn, peace is an ordeal to end as soon as possible.  But grievances must be nursed, power seized and allies gathered first, while Rikke must master the power of the Long Eye . . . before it kills her.

Unrest worms into every layer of society. The Breakers still lurk in the shadows, plotting to free the common man from his shackles, while noblemen bicker for their own advantage. Orso struggles to find a safe path through the maze of knives that is politics, only for his enemies, and his debts, to multiply.

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