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The concluding third novel of R. S. Ford's Steelhaven trilogy has enough thrills, valour, guts and glory to satisfy any die-hard fan of David Gemmell and Joe Abercrombie.
The prince has come . . . to take his crown.
'Violent, vicious and darkly funny' Fantasy Faction
The queen of Steelhaven has grown in strength. Taking up her dead father's sword, she must defend the city from the dread warlord Amon Tugha and his blood-thirsty army now at the gates. A vicious, unrelenting four-day battle ensues, the most perilous yet.
No side is immune from danger as all hell breaks loose, with the threat of coups and the unleashing of the deadliest and darkest magick. Loyalty, strength and cunning will be put to test in the quest for victory.
What fate awaits the free states?
Praise for R.S. Ford:
'You'll find yourself looking forward to what Ford dreams up next'
'Exciting and different'
The British Fantasy Society
'A perfect example of tight, gritty, character-driven storytelling'
Luke Scull, author of The Grim Company
Anyone who has read the previous two novels knows that the main battle for Steelhaven hasn't even started at the end of book two and that a large amount of main characters would play a prevalent part in the battle. So Richard ...
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Lord of Ashes - the final book in the trilogy - is around 320 pages long and for me, this is the main reason such a promising trilogy left me disappointed at the end. Anyone who has read the previous two novels knows that the main battle for Steelhaven hasn't even started at the end of book two and that a large amount of main characters would play a prevalent part in the battle.