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About the Author
David Gemmell (1948-2006) was a bestselling British fantasy author. A former journalist and newspaper editor from west London, Gemmell published his debut novel, Legend, in 1984. The work quickly became a classic, and he went on to write over thirty novels. Receiving both commercial and critical acclaim, Gemmell's novels characteristically feature morally grey heroes, fast-paced action sequences and strong themes of honour, courage and redemption. He is widely regarded as one of the finest writers of heroic fantasy. Gemmell died of coronary artery disease while working on Fall of Kings in his home near Hastings in 2006. The novel was completed by his wife Stella Gemmell and published posthumously. Read more...
- Kebra: "The Sathuli have a blessing which says: May all your dreams – but one – come true."
- Conalin: "Why is that a blessing? Would not a man be happier if all his dreams came true?"
- Kebra: "No, that would be awful. What would there be left to live for? Our dreams are what carry us forward. We journey from dream to dream."
- ―Kebra imparts some wisdom onto Conalin (Winter Warriors, ch.8)
by Balázs Bodnár