Rate this book

Kings Of Morning (2012)

by Paul Kearney(Favorite Author)
4.03 of 5 Votes: 1
1907519386 (ISBN13: 9781907519383)
Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group
The Macht
review 1: If you are reading this you already read two parts of the series so you know what you are getting yourself into ---> A BLOOD BATH. Since the first part was like Rambo movie people dying all over the place things change and the writer turn from brushing along the character into diving a little deeper into them. You'll start cheering for some and wish death fall upon others ,some back stories and secondary people in the background it's a very good series. there are so many glorious moment along the way but disappointingly the ending is not one of them, I don't know why I felt the writer came short in the end I kept flipping throw the pages expecting more ,I'm familiar with an open end that leaves some for the reader imagination but I felt the characters didn't ripe and the... more guy who gave me this " Rictus shouldered Philemos out of the way, charging into the fight like a scarlet avatar of wrath " and gave me this " The blade of the drepana silenced him, sliding easily into his mouth, chopping through his tongue and opening his cheeks, a last, wide smile. Sertorius gargled, choking on his own blood " didn't live up to the climax I hoped for. But all and all it's still a wonderful series those who love war and fantasy battles and violence you can't go wrong with it.
review 2: Kearnley has written a massively detailed piece which reads more like a documentation of forgotten history than a historical fiction novel, throughout it seems very cold and somehow factual, the invasion is an incredible work of description regarding soldiering, confrontation, tactics and results but it is as said a very cold read, I did not feel in any way invested in what was going on whatsoever. This is the third in a trilogy so there is a lot of back story that I do not have which could have very easily changed how much I enjoyed this novel. I did enjoy it in the way that I enjoyed some text books back in history lessons but as a fantasy tale there was to me a lot missing. On the sheer strength of Kearnley’s writing ability on display I will be certain to check out this ones predecessors and as a stand alone it is readable but for my taste it just didn’t hit the mark on it’s own. less
Reviews (see all)
Kearney finishes his Macht Trilogy in style as expected. A great book
This series continues to impress me. Some great reading!
amazing again
Write review
Review will shown on site after approval.
(Review will shown on site after approval)