Dark Lady's Chosen (Chronicles of the Necromancer Series #4) [NOOK Book]

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The fourth thrilling installment of Gail Z Martin's Chronicles of the Necromancer series sees Tris's kingdom on the brink of collapse and fate of Jonmarc Vahanian hanging in the balance as the vampires and the undead enter into a deadly civil war and threaten to unleash an even greater danger onto the world.

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Dark Lady's Chosen (Chronicles of the Necromancer Series #4)

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Overview

The fourth thrilling installment of Gail Z Martin's Chronicles of the Necromancer series sees Tris's kingdom on the brink of collapse and fate of Jonmarc Vahanian hanging in the balance as the vampires and the undead enter into a deadly civil war and threaten to unleash an even greater danger onto the world.

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    Chronicles of the Necromancer Series  

Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781554047178
  • Publisher: Double Dragon Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/2/2012
  • Series: Chronicles of the Necromancer Series , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 40,043
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Gail Z. Martin discovered her passion for SF, fantasy and ghost stories in elementary school. The first story she wrote-at age five-was about a vampire. Her favorite TV show as a preschooler was Dark Shadows. At age 14 she decided to become a writer. She enjoys SF/fantasy conventions, Renaissance fairs and living history sites. She is married, and has three children, a Himalayan cat and a golden retriever.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2010

    I like this series

    But why no eBook?

    Is the nook just a 1995 Palmpilot for a giant? Useless if the books that you want are not available...this is already in paperback, and that makes the non-release of an ebook a travesty.

    4 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 27, 2010

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    Another exciting installment into this series

    I loved this book just like the other ones in this storyline. I gave this a 3 in gift giving and topical conversation because as the fourth book in the series, you need to make sure that others read the first three first (even though this one probably could have been read on its own because it was so well written.)

    If you have read the first three from this series, read this one and you will be just as eager to wait for another installment. If you have not read this series before, pick up the first book and you will be hooked into this series.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 21, 2010

    More of the same, more of the best.

    If you're reading book 4 of the Chronicles by now you know what to expect. That being said Dark Ladies Chosen doesn't disappoint. While switching seamlessly between characters. Don't put too much faith in a complete conclusion since she intends to keep going with the series however she wraps up the current plot in a way both unexpected and satisfying.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 12, 2012

    Highly recommend if you like Martin's other books.

    this was a follow up in the series and a must to have if you read the first 3

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2011

    Marissa loves this

    To me this is the best out of the 5 books

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2010

    Quite Excellent

    The fourth installment of this series was excellent. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I actually think next to book #1, this is my second favorite with the quick pace and excellent development of the new story line in this series, I can't wait for the next book to come out.

    I just hope the author doesn't slow the pace in the upcoming books, I hate when an excellent series gets stuck in the mud and loses it's momentum.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 30, 2009

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    An awesome edition to the series!

    I just picked the book up from the store yesterday and I've finished it in record time. The story completely captivated me from start to finish. I found myself not wanting to put the book down. As usual the writing was excellent, painting very clear pictures of what was going on as well as providing strong emotions that the reader can identify with. The story's global plot was deep and intertwined with several sub-plots that had absolutely no trouble at all coming together at a close for resolution. I would definitely recommend this book as well as the series to any fantasy reader.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2013

    DARK LADY'S CHOSEN

    I have just discovered Ms. Martin. I find her work to be intriguing. As in any series, the reminders of past events became a little boring for the readers reading in series order.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2012

    Great book

    Amazing and a very great read. Recomended to ages 10 and up. Some swearing and other language not suited for younger children.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2012

    Great Ending

    Unlike the other books in this series, it reads fast. A great ending while leaving it open for more.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2012

    I met the author at a Rennaissance Faire where she was selling h

    I met the author at a Rennaissance Faire where she was selling her books. I'd never her of her, but I thoght I'd take a risk. I have read all four of the books in this series and have found them to be compelling reading. The characters are well thought out and developed. I haven enjoyed the twists and turns in the stories. It is lively, emotionally provocative and full of intrigue. It's a must read!

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  • Posted April 7, 2012

    Very interesting

    My new favorite aurthor for sure. I am on the fourth book now and I am enjoying it.

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  • Posted May 15, 2011

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    Fantastic-Highly Recommended!

    I really liked this book, and I'm glad that I didn't give up on the series. I had a difficult time getting into it with the first 2 books, but books 3 & 4 are awesome! I highly recommend them. There is so much overwhelming conflict going on that has built over the course of the series, and Gail Martin is able to guide the reader through the incredible, insane, tangled maze with professional ease. In my opinion, I'm doubtful that the Winter Kingdoms will ever see peace in Tris and Kiara's time of rule. This book is a superb background/start to her new series, The Fallen Kings Cycle. The Flow continues to be erratic, unreliable, and a threat. But, Carina now stuck between being dead and alive is determined to heal the Flow. By doing so, she is convinced that it could possibly heal her too. Carroway is forced to take refuge at the Dragon's Rage inn, because of Crevan's accusation that he and the Queen are guilty of high treason. The divisionists and the loyalist to the Usurper, continue to try to tear apart the joining of the kingdoms Margolan and Isencroft. Cam is a prisoner of the divisionists, but heroically his honor gives him the strength to go on despite his inevitable death. Curane's plan and with his secret man on the inside to murder the Queen and her unborn child, resulting in Jared's son inheriting the throne as king, is a threat that can not be ignored by Tris. Can Tris get his army there to close off Jared's son's escape to Trevath? With Kiara having similar difficulties with her pregnancy as her mother once did, Curane's man hidden inside Shekerishet, and Tris away at Lochlanimar taking defeating hit after hit from Curane's blood mages, she is left on her own to defend herself and the unborn Margolan heir. Inconceivably worse, is Malesh's plan to become the Lady's consort on Candles Night, making him a god. Jonmarc, Lord of Dark Haven is arrested and brought to the council for treason, despite his efforts to prevent the outright war against the mortals and the vayash moru. And because of what has been tragically done to Carina, Jonmarc makes an unbelievable, unbreakable bond with the Lady, which seems to be not as worse as what she demands of him for the future of the Winter Kingdoms.

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  • Posted May 15, 2011

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    Fantastic-Highly Recommended!

    I really liked this book, and I'm glad that I didn't give up on the series. I had a difficult time getting into it with the first 2 books, but books 3 & 4 are awesome! I highly recommend them. There is so much overwhelming conflict going on that has built over the course of the series, and Gail Martin is able to guide the reader through the incredible, insane, tangled maze with professional ease. In my opinion, I'm doubtful that the Winter Kingdoms will ever see peace in Tris and Kiara's time of rule. This book is a superb background/start to her new series, The Fallen Kings Cycle. The Flow continues to be erratic, unreliable, and a threat. But, Carina now stuck between being dead and alive is determined to heal the Flow. By doing so, she is convinced that it could possibly heal her too. Carroway is forced to take refuge at the Dragon's Rage inn, because of Crevan's accusation that he and the Queen are guilty of high treason. The divisionists and the loyalist to the Usurper, continue to try to tear apart the joining of the kingdoms Margolan and Isencroft. Cam is a prisoner of the divisionists, but heroically his honor gives him the strength to go on despite his inevitable death. Curane's plan and with his secret man on the inside to murder the Queen and her unborn child, resulting in Jared's son inheriting the throne as king, is a threat that can not be ignored by Tris. Can Tris get his army there to close off Jared's son's escape to Trevath? With Kiara having similar difficulties with her pregnancy as her mother once did, Curane's man hidden inside Shekerishet, and Tris away at Lochlanimar taking defeating hit after hit from Curane's blood mages, she is left on her own to defend herself and the unborn Margolan heir. Inconceivably worse, is Malesh's plan to become the Lady's consort on Candles Night, making him a god. Jonmarc, Lord of Dark Haven is arrested and brought to the council for treason, despite his efforts to prevent the outright war against the mortals and the vayash moru. And because of what has been tragically done to Carina, Jonmarc makes an unbelievable, unbreakable bond with the Lady, which seems to be not as worse as what she demands of him for the future of the Winter Kingdoms.

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  • Posted May 15, 2011

    more from this reviewer

    I Also Recommend:

    Fantastic-Highly Recommended!

    I really liked this book, and I'm glad that I didn't give up on the series. I had a difficult time getting into it with the first 2 books, but books 3 & 4 are awesome! I highly recommend them. There is so much overwhelming conflict going on that has built over the course of the series, and Gail Martin is able to guide the reader through the incredible, insane, tangled maze with professional ease. In my opinion, I'm doubtful that the Winter Kingdoms will ever see peace in Tris and Kiara's time of rule. This book is a superb background/start to her new series, The Fallen Kings Cycle. The Flow continues to be erratic, unreliable, and a threat. But, Carina now stuck between being dead and alive is determined to heal the Flow. By doing so, she is convinced that it could possibly heal her too. Carroway is forced to take refuge at the Dragon's Rage inn, because of Crevan's accusation that he and the Queen are guilty of high treason. The divisionists and the loyalist to the Usurper, continue to try to tear apart the joining of the kingdoms Margolan and Isencroft. Cam is a prisoner of the divisionists, but heroically his honor gives him the strength to go on despite his inevitable death. Curane's plan and with his secret man on the inside to murder the Queen and her unborn child, resulting in Jared's son inheriting the throne as king, is a threat that can not be ignored by Tris. Can Tris get his army there to close off Jared's son's escape to Trevath? With Kiara having similar difficulties with her pregnancy as her mother once did, Curane's man hidden inside Shekerishet, and Tris away at Lochlanimar taking defeating hit after hit from Curane's blood mages, she is left on her own to defend herself and the unborn Margolan heir. Inconceivably worse, is Malesh's plan to become the Lady's consort on Candles Night, making him a god. Jonmarc, Lord of Dark Haven is arrested and brought to the council for treason, despite his efforts to prevent the outright war against the mortals and the vayash moru. And because of what has been tragically done to Carina, Jonmarc makes an unbelievable, unbreakable bond with the Lady, which seems to be not as worse as what she demands of him for the future of the Winter Kingdoms.

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  • Posted April 1, 2011

    Excellent, highly recommended. More please!

    Of the four books in the Chronicals series, I enjoyed this one the most. The characters have developed to the point of making the reader want to see more of them. I do hope Gail Martin will continue with this set of characters for at least another two books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2011

    ?

    I this the real deal. I mean I have been waiting for them to put it out for the nook but is it real? What I gues i really mean, is this the correct book?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2010

    I like the books

    I like this series but i didnt start it till i was deployed an that was 2 months ago the bad part of it all is i just read off my nook soi would like to know is this one gonna be on the nook to or do i have to wait till i get back to the states

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  • Posted November 18, 2010

    Great seiries !

    But i have a nook not a kindle sure wish i could go to amazon and download it and put it on my nook since they have it but barnes and noble doesnt

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2010

    It's really too bad

    I have a Nook so naturally I read ebooks. It's too bad this doesn't come in that format. I wonder if Ms. Martin has anything to say about that? I find it very odd that there is a Kindle version of this book. Maybe I made a mistake...

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