Lux perpetua  is a historical novel with fantasy elements, written by Andrzej Sapkowski, the last part of the Hussite Trilogy. Its events take place in Bohemia, Silesia and Poland, during the time of Hussite Wars. Its action takes place from 1429 until the Battle of Lipany (fall of the Taborites).
The trilogy is to be published by Orbit in the US and Gollancz in the UK, who have purchased the rights. It will be translated by David French, who has worked with Sapkowski on The Witcher series.
References and notesEdit
- "Lux perpetua" ("Perpetual light") is taken from the phrase "et lux perpetua luceat eis" from the Roman Catholic prayer Requiem Æternam.
- Team, The Orbit (2018-10-11). "A brand new fantasy trilogy by Andrzej Sapkowski, New York Times bestselling author of the Witcher novels!". Orbit Books. Retrieved 2019-09-29.
- "Sapkowski's "Trylogia husycka" to be published in English". instytutksiazki.pl (in Polish). 2018-10-15. Retrieved 2019-09-29.
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