Tyrants Blood. [Fiona McIntosh]

Tyrants Blood. [Fiona McIntosh] The Second Book In The Breathtaking Epic Fantasy Of Heritage, Vengeance, And DestinyA Decade Has Passed Since The Barbarian Loethar Brutally Conquered The Last Remaining, Most Powerful Realm In The Denova Set Though The Coveted Valisar Enchantment, The Irresistible Ability To Coerce And Control, Eludes Him Still Ten Years Since The Warlord Butchered The Set S Royals And Feasted On Their Blood.But He Did Not Kill Them All.Having Secretly Escaped Loethar S Wrath, The Young Valisar Prince Leonel Has Grown To Manhood Under The Protection Of The Notorious Highwayman Kilt Faris Now The Boy King Wants Than His Rightful Throne Of Penraven He Wants Revenge But Not All Of Enslaved Penraven Wishes For Leonel S Rule Indeed, Loethar Has Spent The Past Ten Years Uniting The Set S Realms Into A Peaceful, Prosperous Empire And Unbeknownst To All, The True Inheritor Of The Valisar Enchantment Is Awakening And A Dark Threat, Far Sinister Than Even The Invasion Of The Barbarian Horde A Decade Earlier, Is Poised To Threaten The Crown And Reveal The Most Shocking Valisar Secret Of All. With 10 years between the events of the 1st book and this one, not much has changed, and we spend alot of this book plodding about and catching up with the gossip of the past 10 years which isn t much.The likability of the characters is way too interchangable between this book and the next final book During this book the personailities of the main characters pretty much agree with how the author laid them out in the 1st book But then in the 3rd book which is set over a shorter period of With 10 years between the events of the 1st book and this one, not much has changed, and we spend alot of this book plodding about and catching up with the gossip of the past 10 years which isn t much.The likability of the characters is way too interchangable between this book and the next final book During this book the personailities of the main characters pretty much agree with how the author laid them out in the 1st book But then in the 3rd book which is s
Sometimes I forget just how much I love Fiona McIntosh s writing and storytelling till I pick up one of her books Because it s unpredictable And I don t just mean it always ends with a twist, no no no, it s a constant series of twists that I, at times, have to put the book and try to collect my thoughts while mentally freaking out because and I CAN T BELIEVE THAT JUST HAPPENED but every 20 something pages Her books can never be said to be dull, that s for sure.Her world building is rich, Sometimes I forget just how much I love Fiona McIntosh s writing and storytelling till I pick up one of her books Because it s unpredictable And I don t just mean it always ends with a twist, no no no, it s a constant series of twists that I, at times, have to put the book and try to collect my thoughts while menta
Available at Spoilers and Nuts This review has been written for The David Gemmell Legend Awards for Fantasy site Haven t found any book yet by this author that I don t like Beautiful writing, great characters and engrossing story. Eh, Probably not going to bother with the third book. Definitely better than book 1 in the trilogy. I gave the first book three stars because although there were flaws they weren t bad enough to stop me enjoying the story overall and I hoped it would get better This one is actually worse than the first and only just deserving of the two stars I have given it I have already bought the third book, but at this stage I don t know whether or not I will bother with it It s all theannoying because of how promising the storyline is it really is an interesting story, but there are just too m I gave the first book three stars
Regular readers of this blog will realise that some stuff I normally put around this review is missing such as a picture of the cover This will be corrected later today They may also notice that there was no posts last week.The reason for both is that I have been summoned to sit on a jury while in the house moving process and don t have the time to read as much But I expect to review regularly from now on, but it ll generally be on the bus so less info for a week or two Anyway the bo Regular readers of this blog will realise that some stuff I normally put around this review is missing such as a picture of the cover This will be corrected later today They may also notice that there was no posts last week.The reason for both is that I have been summoned to sit on a jury while in the house moving process and don t have the time to read as much But I expect to review regularly from now on, but it ll generally be on the bus so less info for a week or two Anyway the book I was worried when I started reading this to be honest It had been over a year since I read the fieat in the trilogy, and there was a curious message at the beginning almost apologising for the story, and that it was written without prior planning But McIntosh is one of my favourite authors so I read one.And if I m honest, that directionless style is quite clear in the plot but surpised me by being inte
SPOILERS first of all i curse my childhood habit of makin sure to finish a novel no matter how boring or offencive i find it. because this is the Most stupid piece of rubbish i have read in last couple of yearsand i have read some really rubbish stuff in name of fantasy in last 2 3 years having read around 250 fantasy novels in this period while the first part was enjoyable the 2nd nd 3rd part just shows the bankruptcy of the author.there is no coherencyno logic no underling theme..i m SPOILERS first of all i curse my childhood habit of makin sure to finish a novel no matter how boring or offencive i find it. because this is the Most stupid piece of rubbish i have read in last couple of yearsand i have read some really rubbish stuff in name of fantasy in last 2 3 years having read around 250 fantasy novels in this period while the first part was enjoyable the 2nd nd 3rd part just shows the bankruptcy of the author.there is no coherencyno logic no underling theme..i mean a 5 year adorable retarded infant suddenly without any explanation becomes the 15 year main evil incarnate of the story and a barbarian who eats his enemy flesh becomes the hero and is being justified nd forced feeded to us to consider him such throughout 3rd parta major villain is left injured by d good side without any explantion to createproblems nd peop
C2009 How disappointing not going to worry about completing the trilogy, I am afraid I must admit that the statement in the Acknowledgements ie I was nervous about throwing readers into a contemporary world for the opening chapter but it felt right. really, really put me off Firstly, I really dislike paradigm shifts, separate planes etc etc Then, if I had wanted contemporary, I would not choose a fantasy novel After that, the story did not grip me in any way and sadly I had to admit C2009 How disappointing not going to worry about completing the trilogy, I am afraid I must admit that the statement in the Acknowledgements ie I was nervous about throwin

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  • Hardcover
  • 492 pages
  • Tyrants Blood. [Fiona McIntosh]
  • Fiona McIntosh
  • English
  • 08 April 2017
  • 0007276036