Sky of Swords (Tales of the King's Blades Series #3)

Sky of Swords (Tales of the King's Blades Series #3)

by Dave Duncan
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Sky of Swords (Tales of the King's Blades Series #3) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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This novel is one of the best books I have ever read. I loved it!! The characters were so well thought up and the place settings and general book was incredible! So believable...All of Dave Duncan's books are very good but this series and this book are just so amazing! It was great!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a 14yr old teenage girl, I dont read a lot (if at all i read shakespeare and poetry) but this book is by far the best thing i have read in my entire 14yrs of living!!!!!!! I am about 4 chapters away from the end of the book but I CAN wait to get there! I LOVE this author!! VERY talented! I will be a devoted fan and I am going out tomorrow to buy the rest of his books!! I hope he writes a sequel to this particular book!!! BUY THIS BOOK!!You WONT be disapointed!I promise!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one exciting story! It races from beginning to end, so that you get to the end and wonder how you managed to finish so quickly. Duncan is the king of fantastic Adventure.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this series. It's exciting. It's completely believable. The characters are spectacular. I can't wait for the next one. I plan of buying the hardback this time.
harstan More than 1 year ago

King Ambrose decides it is time to end the war between his kingdom of Chivial and their enemies Baelmark. The clever monarch also figures that this is an opportunity to rid himself of his 'unnecessary', constantly meddling daughter Malinda. She will serve as a bridal pawn that will unite the kingdoms by her marriage to King Radgar of Baelmark.

Instead of a joyous occasion, Radgar assassinates Ambrose. Ambrose's out of wedlock son Granville claims himself protector and immediately arrests Malinda. The much younger Amby, heir to the throne, dies. With the rescue by her loyal swordsmen, the Blades, Malinda wonders what to do next as her country falls further into chaos.

SKY OF SWORDS, the third 'Tale of the King's Blades' is a well written fantasy for those fans who relish an action packed Medieval novel with a touch of magic in the plot. The story line is fast-paced, but repetitive of similar books including the first two novels in this series. Malinda is a fully developed character, but the other key players such as Ambrose and Radgar are difficult to understand. Still, Dave Duncan provides the hard core fantasy fan with an exciting swashbuckler.

Harriet Klausner