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Antoine Rouaud

Antoine Rouaud(1979- )
Antoine Rouaud spent his childhood writing stories, inventing scenarios, and composing songs, before joining a radio station as a production trainee and events organiser. He now works as a copywriter in advertising, and composes, writes and acts in audio drama series, which have already earned him two awards.

The Path of Anger: Superb narrative, excellent translation

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The Path of Anger by Antoine Rouaud

“Attack someone from behind?
There’s no honor in fighting like that!”
“There’s no honor at all in killing someone, lad.
No matter how you strike.
There’s no glory to be had in taking a life.”


General Dun-Cadal Daermon was one of the most famous generals of the Empire. In the years since the Empire’s fall, the general has been drinking his life away, waiting for death to come and attempting to remove the betrayals of his friends from his mind. First and foremost in Dun-Cadal’s mind is the loss of his apprentice, Frog, whom he trained into knighthood. Viola, a historian from the Great College of Emeris, and she is on a quest to find the Emperor’s legendary sword, Eraëd. Rumor has it that Dun-Cadal escaped the Empire’s fall with the Eraëd in hand, and Viola wants to know where he hid it. When Dun-Cadal’s o... Read More