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Six years in the past, the Assassin in White, a hireling of the inscrutable Parshendi, assassinated the Alethi king on the very night time a treaty between males and Parshendi was being celebrated. So started the Vengeance Pact among the many highprinces of Alethkar and the War of Reckoning in opposition to the Parshendi.
Now the Assassin is lively once more, murdering rulers all around the world of Roshar, utilizing his baffling powers to thwart each bodyguard and elude all pursuers. Among his prime targets is Highprince Dalinar, broadly thought of the ability behind the Alethi throne. His main position within the warfare would appear purpose sufficient, however the Assassin’s grasp has a lot deeper motives.
Expected by his enemies to die the depressing dying of a navy slave, Kaladin survived to be given command of the royal bodyguards, a controversial first for a low-status “darkeyes.” Now he should defend the king and Dalinar from each frequent peril in addition to the distinctly unusual risk of the Assassin, all whereas secretly struggling to grasp outstanding new powers which are someway linked to his honorspren, Syl.
Brilliant however troubled Shallan strives alongside a parallel path. Despite being damaged in methods she refuses to acknowledge, she bears a horrible burden: to someway stop the return of the legendary Voidbringers and the civilization-ending Desolation that may observe. The secrets and techniques she wants will be discovered on the Shattered Plains, however simply arriving there proves harder than she might have imagined.
Meanwhile, on the coronary heart of the Shattered Plains, the Parshendi are making an epochal choice. Hard pressed by years of Alethi assaults, their numbers ever shrinking, they’re satisfied by their warfare chief, Eshonai, to threat the whole lot on a determined gamble with the very supernatural forces they as soon as fled. The potential penalties for Parshendi and people alike, certainly, for Roshar itself, are as harmful as they’re incalculable.