The King's Blood
Publish date: May 3rd 2012
Pages no: 501
Edition language: English
Series: The Dagger and the Coin (#2)
I really enjoyed this second book in the series, even more than I enjoyed the first book. At this point the characters and their stories are well-established, and they continue to get more interesting. The first book had some pretty dark things in it, but I’d say this book was at least a shade dar...
This review was written by Michael Cummings, senior reviewer with the Fantasy Book Addict website.Where to begin with the second volume of the Dagger and the Coin? This is still the story of a brazen girl turned banker and a bookworm too afraid to know when to stop. It’s still the story of a mercena...
The King's Blood, like its precursor novel, may not be mind blowing fantasy but it is incredibly solid fantasy with genuine character depictions. It is precisely the type of fantasy (save for the addition of gritty features) that I, as a reader, appreciate. The plot of the novel greatly expands upon...
The story continues from where it left off in the first book. The plot builds as we see the strange goddess begin stirring through pawns to eat the world. We follow each of these characters's perspectives learn about Cithrin chaffing against restriction, the emptiness in Marcus's life, the depths of...