Today I will be reviewing The Liar’s Key (The Red Queen’s War Book 2) by
(The Red Queen’s War #3) . Sorry, just dreaming there for a second.The Wheel of Osheim
To be quite honest I am at a loss here. I had a emotional experience with this book. Was it the greatness of the book, or the hardships presented to me while reading it. Much of both I think. I am going to leave this review on that note, take my review for what you will. I will now NOT so patently wait for The Wheel of Osheim. Thank You!
5/5 STARS! (or in the special Mark Lawrence rating system 11/10 Stars!)
This book is out NOW from Ace books, I recommend you go get a copy!
About the book:
- Series: The Red Queen’s War
- Hardcover: 496 pages
- Publisher: Ace (June 2, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0425268802
- ISBN-13: 978-0425268803
Prince of Fools, The Red Queen’s War: Book One had all “the hallmarks of [Mark Lawrence’s] storytelling and writing style which made The Broken Empire trilogy such an incredibly addictive read” (Bibliosanctum.com). Now, The Liar’s Key continues the story of the unusual fellowship between a rogue prince and a weary warrior…
After harrowing adventure and near-death, Prince Jalan Kendeth and the Viking Snorri ver Snagason find themselves in possession of Loki’s Key, an artefact capable of opening any door, and sought by the most dangerous beings in the Broken Empire—including The Dead King.
Jal wants only to return home to his wine, women, and song, but Snorri has his own purpose for the key: to find the very door into death, throw it wide, and bring his family back into the land of the living.
And as Snorri prepares for his quest to find death’s door, Jal’s grandmother, the Red Queen continues to manipulate kings and pawns towards an endgame of her own design…
About the author:
Mark Lawrence is married with four children, one of whom is severely disabled. His day job is as a research scientist focused on various rather intractable problems in the field of artificial intelligence. He has held secret level clearance with both US and UK governments. At one point he was qualified to say ‘this isn’t rocket science … oh wait, it actually is’.
Between work and caring for his disabled child, Mark spends his time writing, playing computer games, tending an allotment, brewing beer, and avoiding DIY.
Blog here: http://mark—lawrence.blogspot.co.uk/
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[My next book The Wheel of Osheim is out in June 2016]