Author: Mazarkis Williams

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Nov 22
The Tower Broken by Mazarkis Williams

The Tower Broken by Mazarkis Williams

Reviews 1

The Tower Broken is the final book in the Tower and Knife trilogy by Mazarkis Williams, a series I have adored since the first book came out. This book rounds out the story well and answers all the questions and curiosities I'd had, and in general, does a much better job at placing the magic and politics in context than the other books. As with the previous books, The Tower Broken is told from multiple points of view. While I enjoyed, as ever, seeing from Emperor's Sarmin and his wife Mesema's eyes, I sorely missed the voice of the Empire Mother, Nessaket....

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Nov 12
Knife Sworn by Mazarkis Williams

Knife Sworn by Mazarkis Williams

Reviews 0 ★★★★

It was great to get back into the world that Mazarkis Williams has so skilfully created, and I am pleased to say that I thoroughly enjoyed Knife Sworn. This book is a lot more polished than its predecessor and the story flows more smoothly. The return of many of our…

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Oct 06
The Emperor’s Knife by Mazarkis Williams

The Emperor’s Knife by Mazarkis Williams

Reviews 0 ★★★½

This is a wonderfully woven tale that centres on the politics in the Emperor’s court. The story is told from the view of four major characters: Prince Sarmin, who has been imprisoned all his life as insurance in case his brother, Emperor Beyon, leaves no heir; Mesema, a plains-woman from…

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