Royal Exile: Book One of The Valisar Trilogy by Fiona McIntoshRoyal Exile: Book One of The Valisar Trilogy by Fiona McIntosh

Royal Exile: Book One of The Valisar Trilogy

byFiona McIntosh

Mass Market Paperback | December 30, 2008

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From out of the East they came riding like a merciless plague—destroying kingdom after kingdom and the sovereigns who had previously mocked the warlord Loethar and his barbarian horde. Now only one land remains unconquered—the largest, richest, and most powerful realm of the Denova Set . . .

Penraven.

The Valisar royals of Penraven face certain death, for the savage tyrant Loethar covets what they alone possess: the fabled Valisar Enchantment, an irresistible power to coerce, which will belong to Loethar once every Valisar has been slain. But the last hope of the besieged kingdom is being sent in secret from his doomed home, in the company of a single warrior. The future of Penraven now rests on the shoulders of the young Crown Prince Leonel who, though untried and untested in the ways of war, must survive brutality and treachery in order to claim the Valisar throne.

From out of the East they came riding like a merciless plague—destroying kingdom after kingdom and the sovereigns who had previously mocked the warlord Loethar and his barbarian horde. Now only one land remains unconquered—the largest, richest, and most powerful realm of the Denova Set . . .Penraven.The Valisar royals of Penraven face ...
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Title:Royal Exile: Book One of The Valisar TrilogyFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:480 pages, 6.75 × 4.19 × 0.96 inPublished:December 30, 2008Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061582689

ISBN - 13:9780061582684

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Good read, found it interesting while reading but not overly compelling. It is book one of a trilogy, haven't sought out the others. Again, it's not disappointing - just not one of those books that I can't put down.
Date published: 2017-01-23