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Empress of the Fall (Sunsurge Quartet, #1) The Emperor is dead long live the Empress Emperor Constant is dead and his rivals are scrabbling for power but any misstep could plunge the land, already devastated by the shocking outcome of the Third Crusade, into a calamitous civil war.The Imperial throne is not the only one in jeopardy Two brothers, imprisoned veterans of the Crusades, finally return home to find their father s kingdom being plundered but the price of regaining their birthright will have far reaching implications for the entire empire.In the East, Sultan Salim, peacemaker and visionary ruler, faces his greatest challenge as his people demand an invasion of the West in retribution for the Rondian CrusadesAnd lurking in the darkness, orchestrating both the power struggles and the inevitable conflicts, is a shadowy group threatening to destroy civilisation itself.Once , Urte stands on the brink of cataclysm. Read Empress of the Fall (Sunsurge Quartet, #1) By David Hair – wildweaves.co.uk

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  1. DNF after 150 pages.Edit of review When I entered the giveaway from Netgalley, I was not aware that reading this series first was like jumping into the Kharkanas Trilogy without reading MBotF or Malazan Empire first Terrible mistake on my part I m sure some of my opinions on this book would still be the same for example, the overuse of exclamation marks , but perhaps don t use my review as a reason not ...

  2. I was sent this for free from the publisher This is the first book in a new quartet by David Hair I was super excited for this book because of just how much I loved the Moontide Quartet series which is set before this in the same world Sadly, although I did enjoy this as an epic fantasy still, it didn t stand out quite as much as the Moontide Quartet and in the end it was just a 3 likeable read rather than a 4 5 read like all of the Moontide Quartet books were.The good stuff Returning I was sent this for free from the publisher This is the first book in a new quartet by David Hair I was super excited for this book because of just how much I loved the Moontide Quartet series which is set before this in the same world Sadly, although I did enjoy this ...

  3. Empress of the Fall was advertised by saying it was similar to the Song of Ice and Fire series I didn t really take that personally but I m a huge fan of the series and I though, Will this really be as good as Song of Ice and Fire I decided it was not There are only a few reasons for this, though I really enjoyed the writing style and it kept me at it even though I really didn t understand anything of the first chapter I was in the mood, so I went on...

  4. While I loved the first 3 books of the original quartet 2 were in my top 5 in their year, 3rd 6 , book 4 left me a bit cold as it was a bit stale the twists of books 1 3 lost power after 2000 pages and neat the major series villains lost, the good guys won etc so I actually read only the ending on publication and thought I was done with the series, but then this one came and rekindled my interest in the universe, so I firs...

  5. Full review A Bohemian Mind at WorkEmpress of the Fall by David Hair is an epic fantasy with the skeleton of historical fiction This book has been written in a multiple POV structure with entire chapters and sections of the books allotted for each major player, gore, violence, all this follow the structure of ASOIAF Once the reader gets past the initial pages of the glossary pages of unique terms and their explanations almost made me shut the book and run , the book becomes increasingly addi Full review A Bohemian Mind at WorkEmpress of the Fall by David Hair is an epic fantasy with the skeleton of historical fiction This book has been written in a multiple POV structure with entire chapters and sections of the books allotted for each major player, gore, violence, all this follow the structure of ASOIAF Once the reader gets past the initial pages of the glossary pages of unique terms and their explanations almost made me shut the book and run , the book becomes increasingly addictive Relationship plays a significant role in this book, though never really taking the front Brothers with bitt...

  6. Beautiful.

  7. So before I start I think I should point out this is not an entry point novel By that I mean that although this is the first book in a quartet it is not really the first book in this series or world Quite a bit is assumed and hinted at from the previous quartet so for anyone who hasn t read the MoonTide Quartet, Stop Read this truly fantast...

  8. Empress of the Fall by David Hair is an epic fantasy with the skeleton of historical fiction written in a multiple POV structure with chapters and sections of the books allotted for each major player, gore, violence, after the structure of ASOIAF.The publishers rightly claim this book to be in line with A Song of Ice and Fire A few of the POV characters narrate the events with such emotional indifference that the reader is allowed to make his her conclusion Adds to the charm, I must admit.The Empress of the Fall by David Hair is an epic fantasy with the skeleton of historical fiction written in a multiple POV structure with chapters and sections of the books allotted for each major player, gore, violence, after the structure of ASOIAF.The publishers rightly claim this book to be in line with A Song of Ice and Fire A few of the POV characters narrate the events with such emotional indifference that the reader is allowed to make his her conclusion Adds to the charm, I must admit.The author s background in history shows in his writing.Once the reader gets past the first pages of the glossary pages of unique terms and their explanations almost made me shut the book and run , the book becomes increasingly addictive.The novel has familiar themes of religion holding a sig...

  9. c20 FWFTB war, retribution, Crusade, Urte, veterans For the past few years, a new David Hair book is one of the first ones that I read in the new year And, they are all doorstoppers This one is no different but seems to have been published a little later than the others Waiting only added to the anticipation and I was not di...

  10. This book starts out slow just like the first book of the moontide, then it starts to pull you in..just have to keep going