“The King is dead, the Greatcoats have been disbanded, and Falcio Val Mond and his fellow magistrates Kest and Brasti have been reduced to working as bodyguards for a nobleman who refuses to pay them. Things could be worse, of course. Their employer could be lying dead on the floor while they are forced to watch the killer plant evidence framing them for the murder. Oh wait, that’s exactly what’s happening…”
Upon reading the description of “Traitor’s Blade”, I was immediately captivated with the story line and couldn’t wait to start reading the book. As I began reading, I found myself to be so enthralled with the main characters and their plight to overcome the anarchy created by the Dukes. The Dukes have a disturbing amount of power over the people, and the ‘living in fear’ must be stopped by the Greatcoats as a united front. The suspense & unexpected twists throughout the book made it very hard for me to put the book down for a break. I had an overwhelming desire to continuously find out what happened next.
The writing style of this book was an excellent read. Being that this is my first time reading the work of this Author, I was impressed with his ability to annex my attention throughout the novel. It was very engrossing and I was not disappointed with how the story unfolded, nor the final outcome.
This is a ‘must-read’; I highly recommend it.
I was provided with an E-copy of this book for reading & review purposes. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my time, nor for the review itself.
This review reflects my genuine personal opinion.