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The Blind King's Wrath

By Ashok K. Banker
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Publisher Description

The final chapter in Ashok K. Banker’s acclaimed Burnt Empire Saga, The Blind King’s Wrath depicts the climactic battle between Krushni and her father, the Demonlord Jarsun, for the Burning Throne and the fate of the Krushan dynasty

The Demonlord Jarsun is poised to claim the Burning Throne and cement his rule over the Burnt Empire. Standing in his way is his daughter, now reincarnated into a new avatar named Krushni, who is determined to avenge her mother’s death by his hand—and put an end to her father’s reign of terror once and for all. Aligned with him is the vast army of the Empire, the One Hundred children of Emperor Adri, and their former guru, the legendary warrior Dronas.

Krushni has allies too. Also opposing the tyrant Jarsun are the children of his nephew Shvate—the supernaturally-gifted quintet known as the Five. But Krushni and The Five are vastly outnumbered, while other rogue individuals like Ladislew, the warrior-witch, serve their own secret agendas.

In this final volume of Banker’s epic saga of the Krushan dynasty, the land of Hastinaga will be torn asunder as the final battle for the empire rages between father and daughter, uncle and nephew, lover and enemy. And the Burning Throne will revel in the violence of it all.

6 Reviews

“this series was recommended to me by a customer. the pitch he gave me made the book sound amazing. and the plot generally did intrigue me. the covers are also just so incredibly beautiful. but i should have read the reviews before buying them. the plot is amazing but the execution is just terrible. the three books could have easily been trimmed down to one. i felt like there was so much unnecessary detail and dialogue that contributed nothing to the story or character development. there was so much build up to the final event and then it just ends so abruptly. at times it felt like the author didnt know how to write dialogue. i found none of the characters likable, most were extremely annoying to me tbh. some aspects got way too much detail and then others none at all. a character was introduced in the first book and there was so much build up around him just for him to never be mentioned again. there were some aspects i generally did enjoy such as the lgbt+ representation and the matriarchal societies. but overall this series was disappointing.”

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