Rise of Empire (The Riyria Revelations, #3-4)
Publish date: December 2011
Pages no: 781
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
, Historical Fiction
, Dark Fantasy
Series: The Riyria Revelations (#3)
Fantasy-lite at its most mediocre. My lord, that thing was long! Two books in one volume is just too much when the exposition is this dry. On top of that, whoever edited the audiobook decided that splitting chapters up into several smaller, shorter chapters was a good idea. Honestly, I think it j...
I’m not sure where to begin and what else I can say that I didn’t rave about in the first book. I liked The Emerald Storm much better than the later half of Nyphron Rising. It wasn’t that the first sub-book in Rise of Empire was bad, I just liked the pacing of the second. I admit, I did start skim...
After a series of major changes in the last book(s), Royce and Hadrian are still pretty much themselves, though grimmer and more exhausted versions of themselves. Both are still working for the Melengar royal family, still sent on dubious quests to save the kingdom while subverting the Nyphron Empir...
This is the second book in the Riyria Revelations and it picks up where the first story left off. I would highly recommend that you read the first book in the series before reading this one because the author doesn't fill the pages with much information about what happened in book 1, he just takes ...
I haven't changed my mind. The second installment (or third and fourth, depends) was even better then the first one. I liked the plot, the mitery - even if it's not complicated at all and the reader can easy figure it out. It's not about secrets or mysteries. It's about fun.4 stars.
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