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Jade Empire

(Tales of the Empire #6)

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Empires rise… and empires fall. Can the Empire survive its most awesome challenge yet?

Aram of the Inda, a scattered people, has seen his lands pillaged, his sons taken and his empire crushed by the all-powerful Jade Empire. Its numberless armies have crushed the disunited Inda, swarming in from the East.

But to the West lies another power, the Empire, ruled by mad Emperor

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Kindle Edition, 345 pages
Published October 16th 2017 by Canelo Adventure
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Paul Bennett
Nov 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing
The 6th and final book in this fantasy/real world series has the author not only telling tall tales, but also a cautionary tale reflecting the cyclical nature of history - and an uncanny reflection of modern day political madness.  The theme of East versus West with the battleground in the middle is prevalent as the Jade Emperor and the Western Emperor decide they both want to stretch their boundaries, with the land of Inda being the prize.  It is a story filled with irony as the three sons of a ...more
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Feb 23, 2019 rated it really liked it
I will say straightaway that I am a fan of Simon Turney. He is, above all, a story teller, and his books, whether set in the world of Rome, or the later Ottoman empire are above all, great stories. His Tales of Empire series is a little different. The books are set in an imagined past, allowing him full control over the situation and the narrative. The settings are all vaguely relatable, but he is free to ignore historical constraints, and set his imagination free.
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David Crawford
Mar 19, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Worth reading

Unfortunately I have read the last book first but will now go back and start at the beginning. Obviously I have enjoyed the last enough to want to read the rest.
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Simon lives with his wife and children and a menagerie of animals in rural North Yorkshire, where he sits in an office, wired on coffee and digestive biscuits, and attempts to spin engrossing tales out of strands of imagination while his children drive toys across his desk and two dogs howl as they try to share a brain cell.

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Other books in the series

Tales of the Empire (7 books)
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