The Hyena and the Hawk
The Hyena and the Hawk is the conclusion to Adrian Tchaikovsky’s epic fantasy trilogy, Echoes of the Fall, following The Bear and the Serpent.
‘A classically brilliant fantasy writer’ – Paul Cornell
The unmaking of the world has begun.
From the depths of the darkest myths, the soulless Plague People have returned. Their pale-walled camps obliterate villages, just as the terror they bring with them destroys minds. In their wake, nothing is left of the true people: not their places, not their ways. The Plague People will remake the world as though they had never been.
The heroes and leaders of the true people – Maniye, Loud Thunder, Hesprec and Asman – will each fight the Plague People in their own ways. They will seek allies, gather armies and lead the charge. But a thousand swords or ten thousand spears will not suffice to turn back this enemy. The end is at hand for everything the true people know . . .
A classically brilliant fantasy writer, a pusher of boundaries, great storyteller
It's addictively brilliant! The protagonist is vivid and sympathetic – and I love both the story and the world Adrian has created
John Gwynne on The Tiger and the Wolf
Brilliantly conceived and executed . . . Readers will be captivated
Publishers Weekly on The Tiger and the Wolf