A rising star in the fantasy genre, Michael J. Sullivan has built an ardent following for his Riyria Revelations saga, which draws to its epic conclusion in Heir of Novron.
On the holiday of Wintertide, the New Empire plans to burn the Witch of Melengar and force the Empress into a marriage of their own design. But they didn’t account for Royce and Hadrian finally locating the Heir of Novron—or the pair’s desire to wreak havoc on the New Empire’s carefully crafted scheme.
Heir of Novron contains Wintertide and Percepliquis, books 5 and 6 of Riyria Revelations.
©2012 Michael J. Sullivan (P)2012 Recorded Books
Have 300 other books in different accounts.
Great ideas, but drags on too long and could have left a good bit out.
Close to the top.
The Crucifixion is a bit over the top...makes me hesitate to go on to the other books in the series....but as this is the only part I had a hard time with I will give this series a 5 star rating.
This is a long book. The longest in the series. By this time I was wondering how many times Royce and Haddrin could get captured and put in a dungeon. There are some dark places in this book as well as Book 2. The story line is good . . . it just goes on and on and I got tired of all the dungeon scenes and another escape. Of course, in the original, I guess there were actually 6 books instead of 3, but still . . . how many times do the bad guys take you prisoner before someone just kills you and gets it done? I doubt I will listen to it again.
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