Princess of the Sword
The stirring conclusion to the "superb romantic fantasy trilogy"(Midwest Book Review) from the USA Today bestselling author of The Mage's Daughter. Born out of "a fantasy world...too wonderful to miss" (Paranormal Romance) the Nine Kingdoms Trilogy now explodes in the fiercest battle yet as the... show more
The stirring conclusion to the "superb romantic fantasy trilogy"(Midwest Book Review) from the USA Today bestselling author of The Mage's Daughter. Born out of "a fantasy world...too wonderful to miss" (Paranormal Romance) the Nine Kingdoms Trilogy now explodes in the fiercest battle yet as the fate of a kingdom lies with a man and woman bound by love, magic, and a legendary-and perilous-sword.
Publish date: January 6th 2009
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 360
Edition language: English
Series: Nine Kingdoms (#3)
As the final book of the first Nine Kingdoms trilogy, Princess of the Sword has it all. Action, adventure, love, battles, tears, laughter, and a happily ever after. Morgan and Miach are now sure what it is they need to do. They need to fulfill their quest by stopping the evil that Morgan's father le...
Nice conclusion to the series. It took a while to really get going, and like the second book in the series, it repeats itself a bit too much, but still very enjoyable. I would have liked to have had more details of battle and the forging of the sword. The writer often will just tell you that somethi...
Gah! Where is strong Morgan? She still hasn't made an appearance. Okay, I get she had some things thrown at her that she didn't expect. That was the 2nd book (the whole book); her coming to grips with it. Has she? No!! Face your fears and move on.(Now, I realize I obviously didn't finish it, ...
This is the final book in the series, and while I did enjoy it, there were problems. The characters were still amusing, and interesting, and had well invented pasts, but I disliked how whiny Morgan became about her upcoming need to shut her father's well, and I *really* disliked how Micah was now ne...
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