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The Masked Queen's Lament

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"Has this been one lifelong and bitter lesson, of what little love can accomplish?" She asked the mask of her father.

Derek, Master and defender of his people, rides with Chandra toward a friendly city in the aftermath of a victory. They will have no time to celebrate as Derek suddenly finds himself up against a foe he can't kill with a sword. Having delivered her friend an
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Published July 13th 2018 by self-published
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Tabitha Wells
Jul 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
The third book in Madeley's fantasy series, The Masked Queen's Lament wraps up the trilogy with a battle for the freedom of multiple countries, as an evil sorceress seeks to enslave them through what she believes is true freedom. In order to do this, she has sent out her armies to wage war, wearing clothing and bearing colours and insignia resembling that of the Kenderley Army, and spreading the lie that Chandra is a sorceress herself.

Much like I said in my other reviews, Madeley's strength is
Dylan Madeley
Sep 06, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
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Sean Rassleagh
Apr 22, 2019 rated it it was ok
The sample text was intriguing but once I had the full book I found it hard to get into. That being said, I've not read the previous two in the series which might make a huge difference: it might be a completely different experience for someone who was already invested in the world.

Some of the details in the world building are interesting but overall it felt like the narrator was dispassionately looking down on a massively complicated chessboard moving pieces about in some scheme that I didn't r
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Dylan Madeley is a Torontonian currently working out of a headquarters in Vaughan, Ontario. He is the copy editor of and a frequent contributor to Auxiliary Magazine, an alternative fashion and music zine.

His first published novel, The Gift-Knight’s Quest, was released on May 28, 2015. The Crown Princess' Voyage, its sequel, was released on Amazon May 1, 2017, and on Kobo in July of that year. The

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