Tyrant's Throne (Greatcoats, #4)
Would you - could you? - uphold the law at the cost of those you love?After years of struggle and sacrifice, Falcio val Mond, First Cantor of the Greatcoats, is on the brink of fulfilling his dead King's dream: Aline, the King's daughter, is about to take the throne and restore the rule of law once and for all.But for the Greatcoats, nothing is ever that simple. In the neighbouring country of Avares, an enigmatic new warlord is uniting the barbarian armies which have long plagued Tristia's borders - and even worse, he is rumoured to have a new ally: Trin, who's twice tried to kill Aline to take the throne for herself. With the armies of Avares at her back, she'll be unstoppable.Falcio, Kest and Brasti race north to stop her, but in those cold and treacherous climes they discover something altogether different, and far more dangerous: a new player is planning to take the throne of Tristia, and the Greatcoats, for all their skill, may not be able to stop him.As the nobles of Tristia and even the Greatcoats themselves fight over who should rule, the Warlord of Avares threatens to invade. It is going to fall to Falcio to render the one verdict he cannot bring himself to decide: does he crown the girl he vowed to put on the throne, or uphold the laws he swore to serve?

Tyrant's Throne (Greatcoats, #4) Details

TitleTyrant's Throne (Greatcoats, #4)
Author
FormatKindle Edition
ReleaseApr 20th, 2017
PublisherJo Fletcher Books
Number of pages608 pages
Rating
GenreFantasy, High Fantasy, Epic Fantasy

Tyrant's Throne (Greatcoats, #4) Review

  • Peter Tr
    November 18, 2016
  • Melanie
    September 25, 2016
    ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.1.) Traitor's Blade ★★★★★2.) Knight's Shadow ★★★★★3.) Saint's Blood ★★★★★
  • Colin
    December 17, 2016
    So, it all comes down to this. I don't even know what to say. This series is grand, it's epic fantasy in every sense of the word yet feels wonderfully intimate at the same time. It's dark, bleak and gritty yet the light of hope and salvation always manages to shine through. The drama, oh the drama....is done SO, SO WELL. The little bits of humour are always a welcome reprieve. If this final installment is half as good as it's predecessors, the Greatcoats quartet will officially become one of my So, it all comes down to this. I don't even know what to say. This series is grand, it's epic fantasy in every sense of the word yet feels wonderfully intimate at the same time. It's dark, bleak and gritty yet the light of hope and salvation always manages to shine through. The drama, oh the drama....is done SO, SO WELL. The little bits of humour are always a welcome reprieve. If this final installment is half as good as it's predecessors, the Greatcoats quartet will officially become one of my favourite fantasy series of all time.Mr De Castell, thank you for bringing to life such a wonderful story that has kept me completely and utterly enamoured for the past four years. Believe me, with my reader's track record in recent times, that's no small feat.
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