The Skull Throne

The Skull Throne

Book - 2015
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"The Skull Throne of Krasia stands empty. Built from the skulls of fallen generals and demon princes, it is a seat of honor and ancient, powerful magic, keeping the demon corelings at bay. From atop the throne, Ahmann Jardir was meant to conquer the known world, forging its isolated peoples into a unified army to rise up and end the demon war once and for all. But Arlen Bales, the Warded Man, stood against this course, challenging Jardir to a duel he could not in honor refuse"
Publisher: London, HarperCollins ,, [2015]
ISBN: 9780007425679
Characteristics: 751 pages : Illustration, map ; 21 cm.


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Feb 07, 2019

Though quite a bit of action in this book the narrative slowed in the middle compared to the other books in the Demon Cycle. The ending had many unexpected turns and made this an interesting read. Worth reading if you have enjoyed the others.

Dec 09, 2017

Skull Throne is more action-packed than the previous three books in the Demon Cycle series. Each chapter had the plot flowing forward and there were several unexpected character dilemmas that occurred throughout this book. I liked this book far better than the previous three and I myself had several conflicting emotions arise in reaction to the actions of various characters. Leesha's moral compass is tested several times, Count Thamos's character evolves in a manner that shows significant maturity and growth that was unexpected in the beginning of the series, and Ammanvah and Sikvah's personalities continued to surprise throughout. Skull Throne focuses considerably on character evolution and how the impact of one's environment, the people they are surrounded by, and their internal beliefs can drastically change one for better or for worse in a matter of seconds.

vmccreedy May 15, 2015

Another fast-paced and thrilling installment to the amazing Demon Cycle series. Shocking developments to the story, and as usual, the author just has this knack of making you care about pretty much any character.

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Oct 10, 2017

gfindling thinks this title is suitable for 17 years and over


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