Feast Of The King's Shadow (Outremer, Volume 4)
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Feast Of The King's Shadow (Outremer #2)

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Enemies of long standing are united under the fiercely charismatic Hasan-and Outremer may be defeated before the first battle has even been fought. But one woman could make a difference...
Paperback, 272 pages
Published August 26th 2003 by Ace (first published 1999)
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Jules Jones
It's surprisingly tricky to review the later books in the series without giving too much away, in large part because the whole thing should really be regarded as a single long novel. Nevertheless, here's the review of part four.[return][return]As the fourth volume opens, the little group of travellers finally reaches the safety of the desert city of Rhabat, and the council of the sheiks. But safety only for a little while, before the 'ifrit make their presence felt. Again, Brenchley draws on the...more
Shannon (Giraffe Days)
Marron is now the bearer of the Daughter, a dark and insatiable power that flows in his blood, making him the prophesied deliverer of the Sharai tribes: the Ghost Walker. Marron, Julianne and Elisande and Rudel escaped the Roq de Rancon and now, with the help of Jemel, are making their way through Sharai lands to their city of Rhabat.

The Daughter has changed Marron, but his friendship with Jemel gives him some measure of happiness. The Daughter is capable of unspeakable bloodshed and destruction...more
Liviu

Return to the form of books 1/2 after the ok but not great book 3. Looking forward to read the last books in this wonderful series.
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Chaz Brenchley has been making a living as a writer since he was eighteen. He is the author of nine thrillers, most recently Shelter, and two major fantasy series: The Books of Outremer, based on the world of the Crusades, and Selling Water by the River, set in an alternate Ottoman Istanbul. A winner of the British Fantasy Award, he has also published three books for children and more than 500 sho...more
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