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Knights and necromancers are never on the same side…are they?

Sairis has known all his life that knights are not his friends…until the last few weeks, when he somehow forgot, and tumbled into bed with one. He told Roland to leave, hurt him badly, used as many cruel words as possible. And yet Roland stubbornly refuses to leave Sairis alone, half-naked and friendless in the wilderness. 

After a surreal week of shared secrets beneath the stars, they’re about to rejoin Mistala’s army as it prepares for a desperate battle with a deadly sorcerer. Sairis’ help might make the difference, but he is deeply conflicted, afraid of being trapped and stripped of his magic by Mistala’s unfriendly magicians. He’s not sure whether he’s the prince’s lover or his prize. He feels like an outlaw, trussed up across Roland’s saddle. If he could just leave them all their deaths, things would be so much easier.

©2020 Abigail Hilton (P)2020 Abigail Hilton

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Epic

I am utterly enchanted by this addictive, magical series. Read/listened all three books in one and half days. And enjoyed listening to Kirt Graves deliver a thrilling , passionate and clear audio performance.

Roland , the Knight and Sair, the Necromancer are two of the most fully portrayed and personified heroes have come across in a long time. I know they aren't real people , but they feel real to me.

The Knight and the Necromancer series is the type of story one reads/listen again and again (at least I do) because every time one revisit, one find something new. Something missed the first , second o/and third time around. And of course, because one love the characters, the world building and cannot simply let them all go .

Yes, I recommend this entertaining , epic , fantasy romance trilogy.


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  • 03-11-21

Great book

I really enjoyed this. I agree with another reviewer that each book rolls into the next, and really like it’s one 18 hour story and each book isn’t a complete story on its own. Fortunately the series is good and I don’t mind supporting the author by paying more (authors don’t get paid enough as it is, and if you don’t pay they can’t keep writing new books). The final book in the series is especially good so I’m glad it ended on a high. I’ll get more from this author.

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  • Mrs. E. J. Curtis
  • 02-24-21

Interesting Story

The concept is interesting and reasonable well written. The characters are likeable and the narration is very good.

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  • Jammy Red Roo
  • 02-21-21

Great conclusion to the series

I loved this series. It held my attention from the outset and came to a satisfying conclusion. I hope there are more adventures in store for Roland and Sairis in the future.