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A TALE OF THE KIN
Drothe has killed a legend, burned down part of the imperial capital, and unexpectedly elevated himself into the underworld's elite. And as the city's newest 'Gray Prince', Drothe's learning just how good he used to have it.
With no time to build support, Drothe is already being called out by other Gray Princes. Then when one of them dies, all signs point to Drothe. Members of the thieves' guilds begin choosing sides, mostly against him, for what promises to be another gang war. Then he is approached by someone who can solve all his problems and also offer him redemption. But is the cost just too high?
Out of options, Drothe finds himself travelling to the empire's bitterest enemy. He has a price on his head, but one last plan in mind . . .
Praise for the series
'An unalloyed pleasure: a fast-moving, funny, twisting tale'
'A beguiling lively urban fantasy'
'It simply doesn't stop . . . If you like Brent Weeks or Scott Lynch's work then this is one for you'
'A story that entertains from beginning to end' FantasyBookCritic blog
I did like the story and have bought the next one its in my pile to read and I suspect it will make its way to the very top soon!Published 2 months ago by J. Riordan
The story moves along very nicely with good plot development and an interesting creation of and alternative world. I love the creative use of language. Read more
Maybe a glossary to help with all the street terms , there's quite a few. And a short history of the empire. The gap between novels made remembering tricky. Read morePublished 5 months ago by C's husband
Perhaps not quite as good as the first book and a bit plodding in a few places but I'll certainly buy the next one.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I first read Book 1 many months ago, so long ago that I had to re-read some of it to get back up to speed before reading this. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Huge
An enjoyable read, better than the first, more rounded developed characters, entertaining ok Bing, good pace and fun to read.Published 6 months ago by Anthony hall