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Kingmaker's Sword (The Rune Blade Trilogy, Book 1) - Ann Marston
Kingmaker's Sword (The Rune Blade Trilogy, Book 1)
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Son of a Lost King The Skai and the Tyr were one people long ago. But that day is lost in the mists of time. And now the Skai have sent a warrior to find the Rune Blade that could slice through the darkness of blood and violence that had fallen across their land. A warrior as beautiful as she... show more
Son of a Lost King The Skai and the Tyr were one people long ago. But that day is lost in the mists of time. And now the Skai have sent a warrior to find the Rune Blade that could slice through the darkness of blood and violence that had fallen across their land. A warrior as beautiful as she was fierce. She returned my Tyran glance with a Skai boldness all her own. "And when you find the lost prince that has the sword you seek," I asked, "Will you marry him?" "I might," she said. "I might have to kill him." I looked down at the blade that lay as bright as a promise in my hand. And the adventure that was to transform my life began...
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780061056291 (0061056294)
ASIN: 0061056294
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
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5.0 Kingmaker's Sword (The Rune Blade Trilogy, Book 1)
Mouse knows no other life than as a slave in this alternate Celtic-Scottish land, but there is more to him than that. He has strange dreams in which he takes lessons in sword fighting. His waking life is harsh, but it does not crush his heart and soul. Fortunately he has the gift to heal himself of ...
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1.0 Kingmaker's Sword (The Rune Blade Trilogy, Book 1)
Not interested enough to even contemplate finishing it off. It simply felt formulaic and that is not what I am looking for right now. Perhaps one day I could return if I even felt the need to read of fantasy-Scots within a run-of-the-mill story.
Kiwiria
Kiwiria rated it
I received this series via a Christmas book exchange, and picked it up knowing absolutely nothing about it, but it very quickly caught my attention. Set in a fantastical version of Scotland (very obvious, as the men wear kilts, say "ken" for "know" and even call outlanders a word very similar to sas...
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