The Queen's Blade II: Sacrifice
By T C Southwell
- Release Date: 2010-12-19
- Genre: Epic
The Queen's Blade II: Sacrifice T C Southwell Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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…
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This is one of the best series I've ever read. TC Southwell is truly amazing.
Was hoping it was going to be
By Rodrian stone
Was hoping it was going to be more interesting and action packed, it was actually a little boring and I skimmed along the rest to the end. Still, B- for effort to the author, I just cannot say it was a compelling enthralling story anymore. Won't be reading the next.
Love for Blade.
Excellent story line. Hold your attention and you want to read on and find out what happens next. Cannot wait to start next book in series.
Fantastic story development
Characters become even more complex in this sequel. The plot builds to an emotional climax and yet continues to twist and compel the reader to turn the pages faster. I am eager to dive into book three.
Loved the book
Loved the book, very entertaining. Romance without being obscene. Action, plots, mystery, war, etc all wrapped nicely in this book. Only thing I didn't like, is a lack of conclusion or resolution to the story line. I personally prefer books that have a story ending or conclusion leaving just enough loose ends to continue in another book and another storyline with the characters. The first two book concluded with out resolution.... more of a soap opera style. It's a great read, just be prepared to be in the middle of the storyline and turn the last page and be told to get the next book for the continuation.... Is there ever a resolution?
By Word Nut 2011
Once again, a great read. I couldn't put it down!
Well written. Would love some character resolution without having to wait for yet another installment.
The queens blade - sacrifice
Love reading this book!
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