Book Reviews of The Blood Knight: Book Three of The Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone

The Blood Knight: Book Three of The Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone
The Blood Knight Book Three of The Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone
Author: Greg Keyes
ISBN-13: 9780345440686
ISBN-10: 0345440684
Publication Date: 7/11/2006
Pages: 528
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Del Rey
Book Type: Hardcover
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reviewed The Blood Knight: Book Three of The Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone on + 774 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
This excellent fantasy series ("Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone") is very
reminiscent of George R.R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire - except that
it's actually finished! (There's one more book in the series that I
haven't yet read.) It follows a similar format, structurally, and the
'feel' of the writing is very similar. The story itself, however, is
quite original - at least, more so than many fantasy epics. I mean,
it's still got Dark Forces and Bold Warriors and Beautiful Queens etc,
etc... but we want that, right?

In the third book, The Blood Knight, the composer Leoff finds himself
entangled with the cursed and undead usurper, Robert. His only hope of
escape may be to create a composition of deadly power - music that may
kill anyone who hears it performed. But what cost to his soul will
writing this music take?
Meanwhile, Princess Anne is still on the run - but has begun to accept
the prophecy that she must be Queen, and finds a new maturity and
authority that is necessary to her destiny.
Anne may be the only hope the land has - because foul and deadly
creatures are seemingly multiplying, laying waste to the forest and
the lands. The Holter Aspar, Stephen, and Aspar's young village
sweetheart, Winna, are desperately seeking an answer to a dire problem
that becomes worse every day...

And now, I really rather desperately need to get my hands on a copy of
the fourth (and final) book in the series!
reviewed The Blood Knight: Book Three of The Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone on + 38 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
This book deserves a great review. Greg Keyes has written and FINISHED two great fantasy series. This is book three of a gritty, bloody fantasy epic with memorable characters. If you think George R.R. Martin's stuff is good, try this out.
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i love this book and the entire series. Because it is so in depth and written in real time the books are long and detailed so there is something for everyone. There may be parts that you read faster than others because it is not your gig and then parts you read slower because you want to savor every moment but it is worth every moment. i did take "breaks" by reading two books at a time because this was definitely not a drs. office book or because i needed a break to let a section 'sink in'
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I hope you have read books 1 and 2. We come to know some folks much better; and the truth is not always good. While it is good versus evil, you still have to figure out who is which. The motivations can cross lines here and lying to achieve one's end is not uncommon.
Still fun.
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I have not read this, because I hadn't read the first 2. BRAND NEW BOOK, and it looks very interesting.