Servant of the Empire
Publish date: September 13th 2012
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages no: 706
Edition language: English
Series: The Empire Trilogy (#2)
A brilliant law student, Kyle is just about to complete the college and become a full fledge lawyer. And being of a lawyer’s family , he had his work cut out . He is going to practice full time as a lawyer to the immigrants at the dock rather than being an associate at the big players of New York. ...
Another good book in the seriesI thought Daughter of the Empire was one of the best fantasy books I’ve read. Mara of the Acoma stood out as a star among an excellent cast of characters. Servant of the Empire continues with outstanding writing, great plotting, and, for the most part, excellent charac...
I enjoyed this "almost" as much as the first. However, the inclusion of Kevin really didn't work that well for me. I'm glad he was dealt with as he was at the end of the book. Lots of politic'ing without nearly as much action as the first book. Other than that, it was cool to see how things played...
SYNOPSIS: In "Daughter of the Empire" the first book of the series, Mara of the Acoma defeated her most immediate and dangerous enemy and saved her family name from obliteration. However, the defeat of Jingu of the Minwanabi doesn't end Mara's problems. Jingu's son Desio and his nephew Tasaio have m...
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