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The Risen Queen

The Dragon Sword Histories

By Duncan Lay

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Format: Paperback, 640 pages
Published In: Australia, 01 January 2010
Martil and the Rallorans are trying to gain control of the north for the rebel queen, Merren. But the people are turning against them because bards are painting them as murderous barbarians. Martil wins a key battle but the usurper, Count Gello, escapes to Berellia with the remnants of his supporters. With his new allies and their fearpriests, he prepares a massive invasion of Norstalos. Desperate, Merren comes up with what may be the only solution - to get the goblins on her side. But this race of primitive men have been vilified and persecuted for centuries and are suspicious of the queen and her companions. Then a dragon and its elf rider arrive, demanding that Martil, the Dragon Sword wielder, accompany them to their homeland...
EAN: 9780732287696
ISBN: 0732287693
Publisher: Voyager
Dimensions: 17.9 x 11.3 x 4.1 centimetres (1.46 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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Grace Mattielli on
The second book in a trilogy, and true to formula, the situation has got almost as bleak as it is possible to get, with just a faint glimmer of hope for our heroes. The characters in this series really do creep up on you, and I was surprised to find myself constantly wanting the narrative to switch to this character then that so that I knew what was happening in all the different threads. Lay has done well to make the concept of the deposed monarch wanting to regain her throne and then create a democratic society seem almost plausible. I also like the touch of using the names and descriptions of classic fantasy races (eg Goblins and Elves) but maintaining that they are all human. I look forward to the conclusion of this saga.

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