- Hardcover: 480 pages
- Publisher: Tor Books (6 August 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0765381117
- ISBN-13: 978-0765381118
- Product Dimensions: 16.4 x 3.9 x 24.3 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 658 g
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MARGARET WEIS is the longtime world-wide bestselling co-creator and co-author of The Dragonlace Chronicles, and recently, the Dragon Brigade trilogy. She worked at TSR, Inc., as a book editor for thirty years. She also is a publisher of role-playing games, including major franchises such as Serenity (Firefly) and Smallville.
ROBERT KRAMMES is a game designer and the general manager at Aztec Video Productions. He is the author of the Dragon Brigade Series along with Margaret Weis. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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This is the third book of a trilogy, the first being Spymaster which I might add, I thoroughly enjoyed. I also enjoyed Privateer which was the second volume. Thomas the potential king finds the path to ruling a rocky road.
As I mentioned in the review of Privateer, the plot is complex. A lot of characters with conflicting agendas. The reality of politics, compromise and concession forces Thomas and his loyal friends into partnership with previous foes.
Kate and Dalgren find themselves in situations where conscience plays a huge part of their behavior.
There is plenty of action, deceit and betrayal as well as a tiny bit of romance. The authors successfully and satisfactorily wrap up the trilogy. I Iook forward to more books from this pair of authors.
The relationships between characters provide much of the interest to this book. Friends become enemies, enemies become friends and subordinates forget to subordinate. As an added bonus there are plenty of strong female protagonists so this trilogy would be an ideal gift for young women to encourage them to follow their dreams.
The book was delightfully complex, interesting and captivating.
I highly recommend the trilogy.