All The King's Bastards (The Price of Freedom, #4) [NOOK Book]

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All The King's Bastards is the last of the four novels in The Price of Freedom sequence.

My name is Sumto and I was once content to drink and gamble and idle my days away in the company of good books, dubious friends and casual women. Still, money and power have their lure and I have accepted I must acquire them as a matter of survival.

As the son of a Patron, Sumto has set his feet unsteadily upon a path that will one day allow him to take his...

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All The King's Bastards (The Price of Freedom, #4)

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Overview

All The King's Bastards is the last of the four novels in The Price of Freedom sequence.

My name is Sumto and I was once content to drink and gamble and idle my days away in the company of good books, dubious friends and casual women. Still, money and power have their lure and I have accepted I must acquire them as a matter of survival.

As the son of a Patron, Sumto has set his feet unsteadily upon a path that will one day allow him to take his place amongst the Assembly of Patrons, the rulers of the city. Banned from remaining in the north, Sumto must return to the city to face trial for a range of charges that culminate in treason. A trial he confidently expects to win.

Unknown to Sumto, his enemies in the Assembly have other plans for his future and have already taken action against him.

The last of four novels that follow the career of Sumto, a reluctant hero of dubious morals.

Book One: The Last King's Amulet
Book Two: The Key To The Grave
Book Three: The Invisible Hand
Book Four: All The King's Bastards

The four novels are best considered to be one novel in four parts, though each is novel length.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016470092
  • Publisher: Chris Northern
  • Publication date: 5/19/2013
  • Series: Price of Freedom , #4
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 185,450
  • File size: 428 KB

Meet the Author

In between bouts of writing, Chris Northern does other things. He says he has no hobbies of his own, but is more than happy to go do things that other people enjoy. Exploring caves, wondering around castles and hiking are just a few examples. Swimming is pretty much out, though. No gills, no swimming. Boats are okay, just so long as they work. He does not get seasick. Or airsick.

Chris Northern lives wherever he happens to be and will move at the drop of a hat. Any hat. To anywhere. Though if it is cold he will likely not stay long. Just long enough to drive a 4X4 over a glacier, maybe.

He is often to be found eying the horizon; shortly thereafter, he is often found to be gone.

Chris Northern writes Fantasy and Science Fiction.

The Price of Freedom (quartet of fantasy novels)

The Last King's Amulet
The Key To The Grave
The Invisible Hand

All The King's Bastards

Dancing with Darwin (A collection of related Science Fiction stories)

Rapture Ready
Headed Home
Evolving Environment
Dangerous Delusions

YA Urban Fantasy

The King's Ward

Science Fiction with Victoria Russell

Loser's Flight

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2013

    Another insightful book

    I really liked the Sumto books. He has such depth. Things don't always turn out perfect in the end. While Sumto learns about life he makes many mistakes. Along the way he surprises himself with his abilities and actions, both good and bad. He tries to do his best but sometimes well, it is rather disapointing. Carrying his regrets, he plows ahead. Love the series and really didn't think I would. Sumto kept my curiosity going and I couldn't leave!

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