The Land of Night
Struggling to come to terms with his new life in Rshan na Ostre, young Scarlet is trying to find his place in a decadent, foreign society that bears an ancient hatred for all Hilurin. As Liall is pulled away from Scarlet and into the jaded intrigues of a royal court, the young pedlar wonders if... show more
Struggling to come to terms with his new life in Rshan na Ostre, young Scarlet is trying to find his place in a decadent, foreign society that bears an ancient hatred for all Hilurin. As Liall is pulled away from Scarlet and into the jaded intrigues of a royal court, the young pedlar wonders if they've made a terrible mistake in journeying to Rshan. Each passing day, Liall seems more like a stranger, more like one of the haughty Rshani nobility and less like the bandit leader Scarlet knew in Byzantur. As Liall contends with the aristocracy to uphold his fourteen-year-old brother's claim to the throne, an infinitely more dangerous enemy draws nearer, determined to part the lovers forever.
Publish date: 2007
Publisher: Torquere Press
Pages no: 301
Edition language: English
Series: Scarlet and the White Wolf (#3)
I'm not really sure there's anything left unsaid about this series so I'm not going to try because honestly my skills are no where near adequate for this one so I'm just going to say... "I love Scarlet, I love Liall, I freaking loved this series. Start to finish it was freaking fantastic. Add my n...
This book could have had a lot more of an emotional impact on me than it already did (it's lucky I didn't cry more really), but Crow's foreshadowing helped soften the blow I took while reading this book. Honestly though, I expected a lot more tragedy throughout these books than I've gotten. A lot of...
Holy crap! This whole series was freaking incredible. I'm not difficult to please, but when I can cry and want more at the end I have reason to believe it touched me in a very deep way. God I want more! Scarlet, Liall I love you both. Thank you Kirby Crow for this amazing trilogy.There is only one s...
The story is simple, yet at the same time, there are subtleties to it that are simply amazing. The romance is nicely balanced with the intricately woven web of intrigue and nuances.And the characterization got a lot better :D