A Man Betrayed - J.V. Jones Reviews
Description:ISBN 1857234022 / Author: J. V. Jones / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Second in the 'Book of Words' series.
Newest Review: ... drawn into the slots appointed them by Fate; their actions already predetermined to fullfill a Destiny and ancient ... more
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by - written on 06/02/09 (Very useful, 23 readings)
This is the second installment of the hard-going Book Of Words trilogy that is as much hard work as the late Robert Jordan's Wheel Of Time series but much shorter in stature and ambition. This time around, Prince Kylock is just as determined and focused as ever upon creating a new empire but, when his father finally succumbs to his deabillitating illness brought on by poison, his plans are given a real boost and he begins a war of terror against all who oppose him and his new regime. Meanwhile Jack, the baker's boy, and his companion Melliandra are seperated from each other and find themselves being drawn into the slots appointed them by Fate; their actions already ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/02, updated on 11/11/02 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Have you ever been really looking forward to the next book in a series only to read it and be disappointed? Well you?ll not find that with this book, J.V. Jones just gets better, her writing juicier and her plot thicker in this second work of her book of words series. Is it fair to assume that if you are reading this review you've already read my review on ?"Bakers Boy" Well if you haven't either be prepared to be flung in the deep end or go and read it now. I'll wait for you to get back...now hurry. All you who have read my bakers boy review please stick with me whilst I play some annoying tinny music whilst we hold on for the others. ... Read the complete review
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