Today I am delighted to review (if somewhat belatedly) The Ikessar Falcon, the second book in the Chronicles of the Bitch Queen by K. S. Villoso. I reviewed the first book – The Wolf of Oren-Yaro earlier this year (here), and I have eagerly been anticipating the second book and it didn’t disappoint and now I am looking forward to the third book in the series.
Disclaimer – I received an e-arc via netgalley in exchange for an honest review
Abandoned by her people, Queen Talyien’s quest takes a turn for the worse as she stumbles upon a plot deeper and more sinister than she could have ever imagined, one that will displace her king and see her son dead. The road home beckons, strewn with a tangled web of deceit and unimaginable horrors – creatures from the dark, mad dragons and men with hearts hungry for power.
To save her land, Talyien must confront the myth others have built around her: Warlord Yeshin’s daughter, symbol of peace, warrior and queen and everything she could never be.
The price for failure is steep. Her friends are few. And a nation carved by a murderer can only be destined for war.Continue reading “Book Review: The Ikessar Falcon (Chronicles of the Bitch Queen #2) – K.S.Villoso”