Blood and Memory (The Quickening #2)
The fate of nations hangs
in precarious balance
as a young soldier urgently
seeks answers to a
sinister blessing . . .
General Wyl Thirsk of Morgravia has seen his best friend slain, his sister tortured, and his mentor consigned to a certain death -- all at the sadistic whim of his sovereign, King Celimus. Now Celimus hungrily eyes the neighboring realm, Briavel, a...more
I had a hard time putting...more
Wyl (in the guise of the woman assassin...more
I love the Fiona Mcintosh books. This book is about a man and a queen. The main character of the book is named Wyl. He falls in love with a queen. He realizes that he is no match for her, because she is a queen and he is not. Not only that, but he is not the most attractive man in the world. To make the story short, Wyl dies and then takes a body of another man. He does not know how he ended up in another mans body. He realizes that a few years before a gi...more
Well, half goes to the sister. And half goes to that hideous father of Myrren.
Am emotionally distraught right now. But am still willing to read the last book to find out about Celimus. May his soul rot in hell!. =)
+ like a book full of action / betrayal / intrigues / honesty / loyalty
+ interested in middle/old ages, knights, kings and queens
+ never know where the story is heading too
+ when you think you know what's going to happen, half of the time it is going to happen and half of the time you think: "huh, what just happened???"
Don't read this book if you:
- don't like magic / paranormal subjects
- don't like series (it's the second book that prepares for the third and last book)
Again, worth borrowing, but not buying.
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