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Publisher Description

Loyalty costs money.

Betrayal, on the other hand, is free.

When the Emperor is taken hostage, the Red Knight and his men find their services in high demand - and themselves surrounded by enemies. The country is in revolt, the capital city is besieged and any victory will be hard won. But The Red Knight has a plan.

The question is, can he negotiate the political, magical, real and romantic battlefields at the same time - especially when intends to be victorious on them all?

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
16 January

Customer Reviews

Robotic Cat ,

Excellent Epic Fantasy

The Red Knight has undertaken a new contract - to resuce the Emperor who has been kidnapped. Once again evil forces abound and it will take all his cunning, his magic and, unfortunately, the deaths of some of his friends to win.

This is Book 2 in the Traitor’s Son series and continues the epic storyline from Book 1. There is a wide cast of characters and the story switches between them all the time as it sets up future books in the series.

Like Book 1, there are some minor spelling errors and some strange sentences that were clearly edited incorrectly. More seriously, there is a paragraph that references a conversation that never happened and orders an action that apparently never happens and is completely contradicted in the next chapter.

However, these errors are minor distractions from the epic fantasy this series is turning into and they should not put you off buying this book. Highly recommended.

Paulcynric ,

Very good indeed

This was a top notch read, gripping and fun.

I like the lightheartedness of it all and the descriptive battle scenes.

The saga is progressing nicely, I hope it is all wrapped up nicely in the next book.

FreddieA95 ,


The first book was great. Intense, good action, intriguing characters, great story with lots of originality.
This book builds on it even more.
I finished it in two days though I do tend to obsess.
Highly recommend to all into fantasy intrigue thriller epic magic etc

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