Behind the Throne
"Excellent SF adventure debut." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review Hail Bristol has made a name for herself in the galaxy for everything except what she was born to do: rule the Indranan Empire. When she is dragged back to her home planet to take her rightful place as the only remaining heir,... show more
"Excellent SF adventure debut." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review Hail Bristol has made a name for herself in the galaxy for everything except what she was born to do: rule the Indranan Empire. When she is dragged back to her home planet to take her rightful place as the only remaining heir, she finds that trading her ship for a palace is her most dangerous move yet. The Indranan WarBehind the ThroneAfter the Crown
Publish date: 2016-08-02
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
Series: The Indranan War (#1)
Princess Hailimi Bristol is the spare, she decides to run away and have an interesting life while also investigating her father's death. She becomes a gunrunner and changes her appearance. The story opens with her losing a battle and being taken by the Indranan trackers back to her homeland and the ...
Thank you, Blair MacGregor (One of my favourite authors), thank you! Thank you for recommending this terrific book. I enjoyed it SO SO much. I never binge read series - I find I overdose too easily and lose pleasure in the reading - but when I finished this book, I was ready to get the next two a...
I'm not even going to try to write a better review than Bookaneer's review. That one says it best. I will just say it was a great adventure that I enjoyed very much. Read in one sitting; gripped start to finish. Enough intrigued me and enough desire to know what happens next that I'm eagerly wa...
"Spoken like a consummate politician, Highness. One would think you've been doing this for years." "I have, Caspel. It just involved more guns." Behind the Throne by K. B. Wagers Whatever your expectations may be, I suspect Behind the Throne will probably defy them. When I first started readin...
I've been struggling to write a review for this book because I had such mixed feelings about it. When I finished it I shrugged and pitched it in my pile of books to sell back. But then, days later, I found myself wanting to read the sequel (which I did). It sort of boils down to two conflicting thin...