The Land of Night

The Land of Night

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by Kirby Crow
     
 

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2015 REVISED EDITION

Struggling to come to terms with his new life in Rshan na Ostre, young Scarlet is trying to find his place in a decadent, foreign society that bears an ancient hatred for all Hilurin. As Liall is pulled away from Scarlet and into the jaded intrigues of a royal court, the young pedlar wonders if they've made a terrible mistake in

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2015 REVISED EDITION

Struggling to come to terms with his new life in Rshan na Ostre, young Scarlet is trying to find his place in a decadent, foreign society that bears an ancient hatred for all Hilurin. As Liall is pulled away from Scarlet and into the jaded intrigues of a royal court, the young pedlar wonders if they've made a terrible mistake in journeying to Rshan. Each passing day, Liall seems more like a stranger, more like one of the haughty Rshani nobility and less like the bandit leader Scarlet knew in Byzantur. As Liall contends with the aristocracy to uphold his fourteen-year-old brother's claim to the throne, an infinitely more dangerous enemy draws nearer, determined to part the lovers forever.

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ISBN-13:
9781530402069
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
03/07/2016
Pages:
258
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.58(d)

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The Land Of Night 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Though at some points, it truely felt like a copy of Lynn's Nightrunner series. I still found my self falling in love with these books and their characters. It is worth the read, trust me.
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A wanna-be 'Nightrunner' series without the strong character or story development. Main story lines are mentioned but never fully developed, important details and events glossed over. An entire battle intrinsic to the suspense build leading to the conclusion is completely left out; the general leaves with the army and a few days later returns victorious with the villain not even mentioned. None of the characters are very well fleshed out... mostly named, given a few lines and gone. Even the two main characters aren't given personalities, just a rudimentary I-have-problems/secrets-I-can't/won't-share-but-I-want-to-spend-my-life-with-you anguish. A 3 book series that could have been done in only one.