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The Briar King - Greg Keyes
The Briar King
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Format: kindle
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 560
Edition language: English
Series: Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone (#1)
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3.0 Book Review: The Briar King by Greg Keyes
The storyline of The Briar King is fantastic. I enjoy fantasy plots with a doomsday prophecy and characters who have no idea what they’re getting themselves into. There are the stereotypes that one comes to expect in this sort of novel: stubborn, hot-headed princess, naive priest, brave knight, cyni...
YouKneeK rated it
4.0 Review: The Briar King (Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone Book 1 of 4)
This book grew on me the more I read it. I liked it from the beginning, but I also didn’t have any trouble putting it down to do other things. The further I got into the book, the more invested I became in the story and the characters, and my reading sessions started to get longer. I don’t think t...
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3.5 Action Fantasy ( A review for all four books)
In today’s world of speculative fiction there are several different genres of fantasy. Though I can remember the days when there was only one and we described the novels we read with multiple adjectives rather than high jacking for nouns. Even though there many genres to explore, I lost count of the...
Maybe Tomorrow
Maybe Tomorrow rated it
As far as fantasy goes, The Briar King was very ambitious. Keyes crafted a very detailed realm, complete with epic back story and lore, though communication of that realm some times fell short. I had issue with the many terms Keyes used at the beginning. The definitions could more or less be gleaned...
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