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The Blood Knight (Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone Series #3)

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  • Posted December 31, 2009

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    The Blood Knight, the Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone series, Book 3

    Greg Keyes is still loosing me in the story because of the language barriers, and ancient languages. If he had simply stated that the character said, whatever, in Vitellian or which ever, but wrote what the character said in English, readers like me would not be kicked out of the story. Part IV was the most powerful with the revelations and secrets of the Sefry, that I didn't see coming.
    The undead Prince Robert separates Muriele from Alis, and tells her of his plan to secure "his" throne. Alis isn't done with him yet! Anne is determined to meet her uncle Robert Dare with her own army. She is pursued by a demon woman. Who saved her? With the help of Neil MeqVren and her Aunt Elyoner, she may succeed. Anne and Austra make amends to their relationship. Austra's tale of Rose, teaches Anne of the usurper Robert Dare's evil nature. The slinders, servants to The Briar King, cover the King's Forest like a blanket. They've captured Stephen, but for what purpose. Leoff's hands are destroyed by torture. What's his life worth, if he can not play? Mery Gramme is reunited with him. With her talents, he devises a plan for revenge. Stephen's capture will lead him on an adventure to an unknown mountain. With the aid of Zemle and her friendship, he will learn about himself and of untrustworthy others. Aspar's sighting of Fend throws him off track. He'll have a very uncomfortable visit with the Sarnwood Witch, and will be given a chance to get the answers he feels that he needs from Fend. Who will win in a fight between a woorm and the Briar King? Anne tries to take back the castle with the help of Cazio and others she has made promises to. But, will she keep her word and deliver on her promises? She and her army will go through the secret tunnels of the castle, where Anne will come face to face with the Kept, the Faiths, and Prince Robert Dare. Will Anne make the right choices, or prove herself to be selfish and try to save them all?

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