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Fast-paced, well written, great characters, great world-building.
Whilst this was a bit confusing a first to read, it was very easy to follow, and definitely was one of the things that made me enjoy the pace of the book.
The story is told through Jorg's personal viewpoint and just like with the first, you get to read about his most personal thoughts and thinking process.
well written, the characters full of life, the story overwhelming. Liked it very much, no idle moments in the book.Published 4 hours ago by attila andruska
The whole four years earlier was getting on my nerves and the fact that the entire book pretty much was about one castle siege. Read morePublished 3 days ago by WhoWhatWhenWhereHow
The second book in the series was in my opinion even better than the first. I loved the overlapping of the past and the present even though i found myself lost on a number of... Read morePublished 4 days ago by RichardL
After finishing King of Thorns I was torn between moving on to Emperor of Thorns, or rereading King. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Brian Hosmer
Holy crap these are awesomely dark reads. I feel... weighted after I read them. Kinda depressed. I love it when a book can get to me and change my mood. Read morePublished 6 days ago by L. K. Evans
The constant switching back in time worked well in the first book and fell flat in its face in this one. I enjoyed the first book but this one was a waste of time.Published 7 days ago by Robert Lunsford
The second book is better than the first in the series. Still a little hard to follow all the flashbacks and keep up with everything. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Kenn
From the beginning of "Prince of Thorns" to the very end of "Emperor of Thorns", Lawrence kept my attention fully engaged. Nothing turned out the way I expected... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Carter Wiecking