|The Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone|
|The Briar King||(7 reviews) |
|The Charnel Prince||(3 reviews) |
|The Blood Knight|| |
|The Born Queen|| |
|Children of the Changeling||(1 reviews)|
|The Water Born||(1 reviews) |
|The Black God|| |
|Hounds of Ash|| |
|2004-12-28 Greg Keyes at ConCarolinas June 2005|
|Official sffworld.com reviews|
Greg Keyes' The Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone comes to a great conclusion in The Born Queen.
Greg Keyes' The Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone is one of the most widely praised fantasy sagas of the new century, both by fans and critics. Greg continues to reveal the dark magics of Crotheny in The Blood Knight, the penultimate volume of this thrilling saga.
Once again, Greg Keyes transports the reader to the amazing Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone, the world he introduced in The Briar King.
There are a lot of fantasy novels out there that are good, there are a smaller amount that are excellent. Only once in a while, once every couple of years, at best, does a writer create a fantasy novel that is Superb, that is Special, that many others, both before it's coming and after it's coming will immediately be compared against.
Rob Bedford has spoken to Greg Keyes about his new book, The Age of Unreason working in the Star Wars universe, writing in general and French Science Fiction & Fantasy, amongst other things.