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4.0 out of 5 stars Treat yourself - you wont be sorry
I would heartily recommend Kingslayer, it's a solid fantasy novel that hasn't fallen into the trap of trying to be dark and overlapping plots.
Proof that not every novel needs to be Epic to be awesome.

Kingslayer is a great character driven story let down some inconsistency's with the plot and for me at least the battle scenes were lacking in something,...
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3.0 out of 5 stars kingslayer
rather lightweight fantasy which remains very readable! Some characters one dimensional others quite well developed and always likeable! Took me a couple of hours to read so its no George Martin /Abercrombie/Adrian Tchaikovsky ! A bit like eating a bar of galaxy chocolate which of course has its place in life!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Treat yourself - you wont be sorry, 1 Nov 2013
This review is from: Kingslayer (Kindle Edition)
I would heartily recommend Kingslayer, it's a solid fantasy novel that hasn't fallen into the trap of trying to be dark and overlapping plots.
Proof that not every novel needs to be Epic to be awesome.

Kingslayer is a great character driven story let down some inconsistency's with the plot and for me at least the battle scenes were lacking in something, but easily forgiven because what Honor has done is deliver a stunning novel that draws you in, for me this book is about Darius finding himself, in the opening chapter it's clear Darius has been living on borrowed time.
He did what he thought was right, regardless of the consequences.
I really liked his interactions with the queen and other generals, but it's his bodyguard and 'servant' that had me smiling the most.
Honorer's managed in a single novel what many authors fail to do in entire series, Darius seems like he'd been plucked from some of my favorite fantasy books of days passed, i just hope that there will be a sequel.
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3.0 out of 5 stars kingslayer, 29 May 2014
This review is from: Kingslayer (Kindle Edition)
rather lightweight fantasy which remains very readable! Some characters one dimensional others quite well developed and always likeable! Took me a couple of hours to read so its no George Martin /Abercrombie/Adrian Tchaikovsky ! A bit like eating a bar of galaxy chocolate which of course has its place in life!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Finally, 15 Dec 2013
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The only real criticism I have of this book is that some parts feels a year but rushed (mostly the romance with Amalah), but I enjoyed this book far too much to care.
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