The Ruling Sea by Robert V. S. Redick
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The Ruling Sea Summary
In his acclaimed first novel, The Red Wolf Conspiracy, Robert V. S. Redick launched the gargantuan ship Chathrand and its motley crew of misfits, murderers, and monsters toward a landfall that may exist only in legend. Now Redick masterfully ratchets up the suspense with deep intrigue, ancient powers, and shocking new revelations.
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"Vivid characterizations and Reddick's brilliant depiction of the microcosmic world aboard Chathrand will captivate readers." - Publishers Weekly
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Robert V. S. Redick Author Biography
Robert V. S. Redick's unpublished first novel, Conquistadors, was a finalist for the AWP/Thomas Dunne Novel Award, and his essay Uncrossed River won the New Millennium Writings Award for nonfiction. A former theater critic and international development researcher, he worked most recently for the antipoverty organization Oxfam. He lives in western Massachusetts.
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