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Publisher's Summary

Myke Cole's Sacred Throne trilogy continues to blend epic fantasy with power armor in a second book sure to please fans of Brandon Sanderson and Joe Abercrombie. 

The Queen of Crows, book two of the Sacred Throne trilogy, continues the epic story of Heloise as she continues her journey from obscurity to greatness. Despite the crippling injuries she's received, Heloise stands tall against overwhelming odds with the help of alchemically-empowered armor and an unbreakable spirit. 

Heloise has grown from a shell-shocked girl into a figure of revolution, and as she draws in allies, her cause grows ever stronger. The time for hiding underground is over. Heloise must face the tyrannical Order and lay siege to the Imperial Palace itself.

©2018 Myke Cole (P)2018 Recorded Books

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F@#$ing Fantastic.

From the first moment of the book you are thrown into Cole's extensive knowledge and research of feudal societies and warfare. Then couple his ability to set a scene full of characters with Barall's ability to give life to all of those characters and you have the fastest 8 hours of your life. He takes a moment and spins it into a chapter, making each suspenseful breath last an hour.

I love books where you can see the writers passions and interests intertwined into the narrative. 10/10 and would/will read it again.

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Better than the first one

I would give it 3.5 but that’s not an option.
Story is a little better but it still feels limited, as if only half or two-thirds of the story is being told.
Over dramatized reading by the narrator is a mark against.
Not a waste of a credit but a credit can be better spent.

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  • 10-08-18

F@#$ing Fantastic.

From the first moment of the book you are thrown into Cole's extensive knowledge and research of feudal societies and warfare. Then couple his ability to set a scene full of characters with Barall's ability to give life to all of those characters and you have the fastest 8 hours of your life. He takes a moment and spins it into a chapter, making each suspenseful breath last an hour.

I love books where you can see the writers passions and interests intertwined into the narrative. 10/10 and would/will read it again.

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  • Joshua R. Lee
  • 09-20-18

Better than the first one

I would give it 3.5 but that’s not an option.
Story is a little better but it still feels limited, as if only half or two-thirds of the story is being told.
Over dramatized reading by the narrator is a mark against.
Not a waste of a credit but a credit can be better spent.

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  • 10-08-18

F@#$ing Fantastic.

From the first moment of the book you are thrown into Cole's extensive knowledge and research of feudal societies and warfare. Then couple his ability to set a scene full of characters with Barall's ability to give life to all of those characters and you have the fastest 8 hours of your life. He takes a moment and spins it into a chapter, making each suspenseful breath last an hour.

I love books where you can see the writers passions and interests intertwined into the narrative. 10/10 and would/will read it again.

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  • Joshua R. Lee
  • 09-20-18

Better than the first one

I would give it 3.5 but that’s not an option.
Story is a little better but it still feels limited, as if only half or two-thirds of the story is being told.
Over dramatized reading by the narrator is a mark against.
Not a waste of a credit but a credit can be better spent.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful