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- File Size: 538 KB
- Print Length: 186 pages
- Publisher: Speaking Volumes (20 April 2011)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004XJKZSQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #451,048 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Prince of the Godborn (Seven Citadels Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Harris' adventure takes us through such unexpected wonders, such brilliant character arcs and such a convincingly immersive fantastical world. You can really hear and smell the amazing environments you encounter. Her characters are so incredibly believable despite their fantasy names, with very relatable flaws and weaknesses. Teenage Kerish is a stunning prince with magical powers but what you remember of him is his very realistic journey from irritatingly spoilt teen to a man who is shaped by the people and experiences we encounter through the story. At the outset you want to really punch him but by the end you'd lay down your life for him. Harris is a genius with characters.
She is unafraid of making you travel into some pretty dark places in this story and it's both exciting and emotionally exhausting. You will not believe how far-flung and epic this series feels and how indelibly it leaves an impression on your mind when you consider that this action-packed rollercoaster takes less time to read than a single Harry Potter! Less time to read, but far longer to absorb, because there is so much more story in far fewer words.
I feel guilty for wanting almost to keep this series a secret, but really I do - because It is too much of a pearl to see it cast before swine as it were.Read more ›
The love-hate relationship between the two main characters provides an interesting psychological depth to the narrative; it often makes you want to shake some sense into them, but whatever they do, you still care for both the brothers.
Any lover of fantasy, young or old, should enjoy this book.
However, Prince Kerish is only too human. The rest of the imperial family are caught up in mysterious plots and intrigues, factions cease power. Barbarians are already attacking the imperial borders, and the emperor himself has grown weak. Kerish wants to save the empire, and so Lord Izeldon, the High Priest, sends him on a quest, to the seven sorcerors, as he needs their keys to release the Saviour from prison.
In this book, the path is upward, away from shadows, towards the sunlit uplands of high adventure. I loved the adventures, and the description of a beautiful land on the brink of danger. The book is well-written and brilliantly realized.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have read these book numerous times since my late teens - finding an epic adventure that leads you throough wantingto help each charater as they grow. Read morePublished on 14 May 2012 by Lady Serenity
I am very lucky to have an original hardback set of 'The Seven Citadels'. I first read these books when I was 13 and have re-read them several times since. Read morePublished on 4 Jan. 2006 by A. Crane
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