Prophecy's Queen: An Epic Fantasy

Prophecy's Queen: An Epic Fantasy

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ISBN-13: 9781538069400
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 04/23/2015
Series: The Triadine Saga
Pages: 156
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)

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Prophecy's Queen: An Epic Fantasy 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
thicks More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put it down. I read and read until it was gone and I wanted MORE. As it happened though Prophecy's Queen is a prequel it is the first book that i have read of the series. So being given the opportunity to be a beta-reader was right on time. I am so glad I did. I can't wait to pick up The Watchers to continue in the saga. I love the characters and how the Princess got her man. It was so special that she did it in the manner she did which made it all the more special. (Don't want to spoil it for you). I love the old Wizard who shows up all over the place. I do want to know why the sorceress is so upset and what exactly did she give up? You will love it too. I couldn't put the book down and neglected all of my grandma and mother duties for the day just to get thru it. My mother used to tell us to take a trip when we were bored which was her way of directing us to a book. Your books definitely allow me to take that trip. She has since passed on but my love of books has remained. Here's to a long life of trips thru your books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is my honest and unbias opinion of the story. This story has a lot of twist and turns threw the whole story it is enough to keep you interested from the begining. This is a great book to read and can be read in one setting.
ADropOfInkReviews More than 1 year ago
As this is a novella, it is fairly short in length. At a 162 pages, according to Amazon, it’s an easy afternoon read. However, it gives great insight into the rest of the saga. Rozlynn might be a princess, but she knows that she plays an important role in The Prophecy. Unfortunately, her sister, Queen Lilliene, disagrees with her. The queen doesn’t believe that the time of The Prophecy is upon them and thinks that Rozlynn is being rash and is sick and tired of Rozlynn always going on about The Prophecy. So, in the end, Rozlynn decides to no longer bother the queen with her observations and does what she must. This prequel was written after the first two books of The Triadine Saga. However, the author claims this book can stand alone. Once you realize that it’s the prequel to a much greater story, you’re more than interested to look at the following book, The Watcher’s Keep. Well-written and rich in imagery, it’s an interesting story that keeps your attention from beginning to end as the intrigue is played out. This prophecy affects everyone, elves, dwarves, and humans alike. As such, this small novella has a large cast of characters. While we are introduced to some more than others, you’re still given a great idea as to what will follow and make you excited to continue reading the saga. There were a few areas that were edited a little differently than I’m used to. That’s not a bad thing, but it did mess with me a little bit. There also were areas where a lot of information is given out here and there. One dealt with Rozlynn’s appearance and that’s the one that bothered me the most. The others seemed to fit into place a little bit more. I do realize this was a novella, so a lot of information needed to be handed out in a small amount of space, but I personally believe it could have been worked in a bit better. Other than that small bit, this book was a great read. I’d recommend this to anyone who was interested in continuing to read The Triadine Saga. It looks like it will be an interesting read and I’m looking forward to doing so.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A diversity of characters, some to love, some to hate, but you cannot stop rooting for the fairy tale ending. You will feel compelled to read the next book in the series.
Fan-o-Fantasy More than 1 year ago
I found this to be a pleasant story that left me wanting more. The characters were intriguing leaving the desire to learn more about them. The action moved along without bogging down with a lot of tedious and unnecessary description. I can't wait to continue the adventure...!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really good read. It was over before I knew it and I really thought at first that it was too short but the problem is that I am a fast reader and I just didn't put it down. Well written story, great characters and immersive world. Definately picking up the trilogy on paper so I can enjoy it.
Kleejo More than 1 year ago
A very interesting story that held my attention and left me wanting more. Thank you for the introduction, and I can't wait to get into the next step of the story.