The Queen’s Blade faces a challenge for his title of Master of the Dance during Jondar’s last days, as two armies converge on the doomed city. The young Queen Minna-Satu prepares to make the ultimate sacrifice and save her kingdom by placing the daughter of the Cotti King on the Jashimari throne. The Princess’ life is in danger, and Blade seeks a painless death as his enemy approaches…
The queens blade
I'm addicted. Love the series and can't put them down. Well written and exciting. Well worth the money. I love thriller and fantasy and this for fills everything.
Blade and I Didn't Work Out
I was utterly infatuated with the first book in the series, The Queen's Blade. The protagonist, Blade was engrossing, multi-layered and mysterious. The world, rich, complex and deep. Frankly, my husband suspected an affair, so absorbed was I.
A third of the way through this sequel however, Blade and I had run our course. By the time I had abandoned this book, the mysterious Blade had become rather hollow and predictable. He makes too many mistakes and talks way too much for an assassin. Plus, what kind of an assassin tap dances?
Truly amazing definatly recommend