Theft of Swords (Riyria Revelations)
Publish date: 2011-11-23
Pages no: 691
Edition language: English
Series: The Riyria Revelations (#1)
This epic fantasy includes a little breaking and entering, plenty of snarky insults, political intrigue, magical beasts, and a chaotic neutral maimed mage. For me, the tale started off fun but not particularly special. It wasn’t until about a quarter of the way through the book that the tale grabbed...
"She was a vision of youthful beauty and Hadrian guessed she could not be more than seventeen."In “Theft of Swords” by Michael J. Sullivan"You're going to ruin all your pretty makeup" -- said to Thrace by Hadrian as she was crying....In “Theft of Swords” by Michael J. Sullivan"I mean, sure, she's cu...
This was a Goodreads recommendation - I like a rollicking, well written adventure as much as the next person but this wasn't it. Too many information dumps. I wanted to like the two main characters but 25% into the book still didn't know them and thought their relationship lacked any dynamic. I h...
Well, I absolutely loved this book. Loved it loved it loved it loved it. Actually, I should say that I loved Royce. It’s been a while since I’ve 100% latched on to a character. Matter of fact, I haven’t felt that way in 3 months. I’ve loved and really liked quite a few books since that one the kept ...
I began to read this a month ago because I needed a change of pace, but got sidetracked with writing. Finally I was able to pick this back up this week and I am glad I finished it. I liked how this book was structured. It was almost two books in one. The first story was the setup to introduce the ...
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