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The Prince of Glass

The Prince of Glass

International bestselling author Karen Miller’s second book in her most ambitious and exciting fantasy series to date — epic fantasy at its boldest, bloodiest best.

Trouble is brewing in the kingdoms of The Tarnished Crown.

A fearsome army sweeps into the duchy of Clemen, subduing all opposition.

Meanwhile Liam, the boy who vowed to reclaim his father’s stolen throne, is in an unlikely allegiance with his bitterest enemy – his cousin Roric. Angry and confused, he must plan his next move.

In the Principality of Cassinia, the duke’s daughter Catrain will do what she can to support Roric as he seeks to save embattled Clemen. But kept prisoner by her unwanted council, and being guided by the dark witch Izusa, Catrain is unsure who to trust, how long she must wait to claim her royal birthright…and how best she can help mad prince Gael, who schemes to snatch the crown his regents would deny him.

As Cassinia’s duchies balance on the edge of a blade, even one false step is sure to draw blood…

Discover the thrilling new epic fantasy novel set in the world of the Tarnished Crown.

The Tarnished Crown
The Falcon Throne
The Prince of Glass



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Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Fiction / Fantasy / Epic

On Sale: December 29th 2020

Price: $13.99 / $17.99 (CAD)

Page Count: 512

ISBN-13: 9780316378697

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Praise

"A truly epic read full of intrigue and betrayal anchored in wonderful characters - some I loved and some I loathed, but all I wanted to know more about. Whether it's combat, politics or human interaction Karen Miller is on the money. Loved it."—John Gwynne on The Falcon Throne
"Well-constructed fantasy.... This is a dark fantasy that should appeal to fans of Game of Thrones."—RT Book Reviews on The Falcon Throne
"The story is complex and engrossing; fans of George R. R. Martin and Joe Abercrombie should particularly take note."—Publishers Weekly on The Falcon Throne
"Ms. Miller is wonderfully talented in building her worlds and in filling them with well-developed characters that are believable in their thoughts and actions."—Darquereviews.com on The Prodigal Mage
"Adventure, magic, friendship, love, and a battle of good versus evil -- I can see this tale becoming a classic."—Scifichick.com on The Awakened Mage
"A skillfully created world of ritual and tradition provides a stunning backdrop for her exciting adventures."—RT Book Reviews (Top Pick!) on Empress
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The Tarnished Crown