Seven Kings

Seven Kings In the jungles of Khyrei an escaped slave seeks vengeance and finds the key to a savage revolution In the drought stricken Stormlands the Twin Kings argue the destiny of their kingdom one walks the

  • Title: Seven Kings
  • Author: John R. Fultz
  • ISBN: 9780316187831
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the jungles of Khyrei, an escaped slave seeks vengeance and finds the key to a savage revolution In the drought stricken Stormlands, the Twin Kings argue the destiny of their kingdom one walks the path of knowledge, the other treads the road to war Beyond the haunted mountains King Vireon confronts a plague of demons bent on destroying his family Iardu the Shaper weIn the jungles of Khyrei, an escaped slave seeks vengeance and finds the key to a savage revolution In the drought stricken Stormlands, the Twin Kings argue the destiny of their kingdom one walks the path of knowledge, the other treads the road to war Beyond the haunted mountains King Vireon confronts a plague of demons bent on destroying his family Iardu the Shaper weaves history like a grand tapestry, spinning sorceries into a vision of apocalypse Giants and Men march as one to shatter a wicked empire The fate of the known world rests on the swift blades of Seven Kings

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    1. Read the Full Review: thefoundingfields/2013/03/.“If you want proof that second novels are better than first outings, look no further than Seven Kings - Fultz has improved a lot from Seven Kings and although it may not be entirely perfect, Seven Kings shouldn’t be overlooked.” ~The Founding FieldsI read Seven Princes expecting something brilliant from John R. Fultz, but I came away dissapointed and it was only on a whim that I requested Seven Kings, the sequel – to review. And as it turn [...]

    2. In this second installment (following Seven Princes), the stakes are raised both for the characters (some old, some new) and the world at large. Armies clash and we get a glimpse (just a glimpse) of the true enemy to come. Epic fantasy, but its antecedents are much more Clark Ashton Smith and Robert E. Howard; a world of shining, many-towered cities and dark sorceries and unspeakable abominations.

    3. Maybe I'm rating this higher then normal because the last fantasy novel I read (A Wheel of Time Novel) dragged several times during the story; but I don't think so. This was just a fast paced and action packed piece of Dark Fantasy that surpassed it's predecessor in many ways.Seven Princes was an entertaining read that also had a lot of action and horror but it didn't really stand out above the rest so I rated it as an average read. Seven Kings however expanded on the universe and made the lore [...]

    4. It had it's moments. Not too bad, I enjoyed the story, but I was definitely left wanting more. More in depth story telling, a richer set of characters.I liked it, it was a decent read. But I think this could have benefited from a richer story line. Battles were extremely quick IMO. I wanted to be a few more pages and have more detailCompared to Martin and Sanderson, there is no comparison. They are the gold standard for me. I try not to go into a story with that in mind, but as I get deeper into [...]

    5. Where the first book was an epic fantasy that asked more questions than it answered, this second installment in the Books of the Shaper series really hit the nail on the head in both developing a compelling larger arc and also providing page-turning personal drama that kept me reading all night. Our princes are now kings, and none of them is perfect one might even be perfectly awful, but they all made for an engaging read and I eagerly await the third installment in this series.

    6. This book starts out well enough, with strong writing that proved to me that Fultz had grown as a writer since his debut. Unfortunately, the story doesn't move fast enough for me. It's not plodding, exactly, but it felt like it was building toward something, but it just kept building with little overall movement to the story. I have a copy of the third volume in the series, but after reading Seven Kings, I doubt I'll read it.

    7. It was okay, not as great as Seven Princes, for those of you who don't like spoilers, I won't give anything away, but several parts in the beginning and the middle of the book made me angry at what the author did to the heroes of the story. I hope the third will be much better than the second, that is all I can say on the matter.

    8. This starts off rather better than the first volume and then grinds to a halt with the heroes finally realising who they have to fight.opionator.wordpress/2013/0

    9. I was disappointed with the book - didn't enjoy the direction he took some of the characters in at all

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