The Charnel Prince by Greg Keyes(24 ratings)
|Title||The Charnel Prince|
|Series||The Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone|
|Submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org |
This is my first reading of a book by Greg Keyes. It started out nicely and all parts and characters tended to flow toward one another and I was expecting to see things wrapped up. But then The bottom just fell out! The ending was terrible! No satisfactory conclusion, just left hanging? Why was Leoff's ending as such? I could see no reasonable clause? I truly felt like I wasted my time reading this book. I was going to read "The Barnal King, " but I think NOT! Mike
|Submitted by Laura |
The Charnel Prince was first lent to me by one of my best friends, and I already knew that it would be a work of excellence as I had read The Briar King nearly a year ago and that book was still lodged in to my memory.
|Submitted by J.M. Martin |
I'm not a SF reader so I'm not familiar with Mr. Keyes' Star Wars work other than, of course, that he has written a few books for Mr. Lucas & Co. I picked up the first book in his Age of Unreason series, Newton's Cannon, at the same time that I purchased a used copy of The Briar King. I very much enjoyed NC(book I of Age of Unreason), but after reading The Briar King, I was hooked. From now on, any fantasy Greg Keyes writes, I will be there to quaff it down like a thirsty sailor whose gullet is as dry as a bone. Because I was so excited after finishing The Briar King, I went straight to The Charnel Prince, rather than to the second Age of Unreason title, A Calculus of Angels.