War of the Spark: Forsaken

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War of the Spark: Forsaken
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Publishing Information
Author(s) Greg Weisman
First printing November 5, 2019
ISBN-13 978-1984817945
Preceded By
War of the Spark: Ravnica
Followed By
N/A

War of the Spark: Forsaken is a novel written by Greg Weisman, to be published by Del Rey on November 5, 2019. It is the sequel to War of the Spark: Ravnica.[1][2]

This second novel will feature Teyo, Rat, Kaya, and Liliana as main characters, with Jace, Ral Zarek, and Vraska.[3] The book is not directly tied to either the fall set of 2019 or Core Set 2020.[4]

Blurb[edit | edit source]

Return to the multiverse of Magic: The Gathering as the hunt for Liliana Vess is on in the aftermath of the War of the Spark.

The Planeswalkers have defeated Nicol Bolas and saved the Multiverse — though at grave cost. The living have been left to pick up the pieces and mourn the dead. But one loss is almost too great to bear: Gideon Jura, champion of justice and shield of the Gatewatch, is gone. As his former comrades Jace and Chandra struggle to rebuild from this tragedy, their future, like the future of the Gatewatch, remains uncertain.

As the Gatewatch’s newest member, Kaya aims to help write that future. In joining, she pledged an oath to protect the living and the dead, but now that oath will be tested. The grieving guildmasters of Ravnica have tasked her with a grave mission suited to her talents as a hunter and assassin — a mission she is ordered to keep secret from the Gatewatch. She must track down and exact retribution on the traitor Liliana Vess.

But Liliana Vess has no interest in being found. Forsaken by her friends, she fled Ravnica after the defeat of Bolas. She was hostage to his wicked will, forced to assist in his terrible atrocities on pain of death — until Gideon, the last one who believed in her goodness, died in her place. Haunted by Gideon’s final gift, and hunted by former allies, Liliana now returns to a place she’d thought she’d never see again, the only place she has left: home.

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