Tag Archives: political fantasy

Song of the Current – Sarah Tolcser

Caroline has been raised by her father, a wherryman, and has lived her life on the river transporting goods from port to port on board their beloved wherry.  Until pirates destroy many wherry boats searching for a special crate.  Caro’s … Continue reading

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The Traitor’s Kiss – Erin Beaty

Following the death of Sage’s peasant father, a fowler who taught Sage all he knew, Sage is taken in by her noble uncle. She is a natural teacher and tutors his children until she reaches the age for marriage.  Arranged … Continue reading

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Traitor to the Throne – Alwyn Hamilton

The sequel to Rebel of the Sands picks up with the rebellion somewhat stagnant.  For every push forward, the Sultan’s army fights back.  Amani, aka the Blue-Eyed Bandit, was gravely injured.  When she recovered, Jin was not by her side … Continue reading

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Long May She Reign – Rhiannon Thomas

Freya did not plan on ruling a kingdom.  She was so far down the list of succession, it never entered her mind.  And she hated court.  She was fascinated with science and most comfortable in her lab.  But one night, … Continue reading

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Ever the Hunted – Erin Summerill

Britta’s mother was murdered when she was an infant leaving her to be raised by her father in a remote cabin in the woods. He was a bounty hunter for the king and taught Britta and apprentice Cohen to hunt … Continue reading

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Nemesis – Anna Banks

Imprisoned by her father, the King of Serubel, Sepora escapes with the intention of hiding among the laborers in the nearby kingdom of Theoria.  She is the last of the Forgers and has a skill sometimes inherited through the royal … Continue reading

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The Winner’s Crime – Marie Rutkoski

The sequel to The Winner’s Curse is almost what I’d hoped for.  I’d hope that Arin and Kestrel would have a future together, but that would make for a rather dull book.  Of course there are misunderstandings and hurt feelings and … Continue reading

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