Blood of Tyrants

Blood of Tyrants

Book - 2013
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Shipwrecked and cast ashore in Japan with no memory of Temeraire or his own experiences as an English aviator, Capt. William Laurence finds himself tangled in deadly political intrigues that threaten not only his own life but England's already precarious position in the Far East.
Publisher: New York : Del Rey, [2013]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780345522894
0345522893
Characteristics: 431 pages : map ; 25 cm

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Falcolf
Aug 06, 2014

I really liked this book and I was kept reading by wanting to know whether Laurance would get his memory back. When he did (spoiler) I was overjoyed and the rest of it was good ol' Temeraire series military action. I'm looking forwards to the next (last?) one in the series. :)

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Ferrous1
Jan 05, 2014

While I have loved the series, and this book has some very good parts, on the whole I found it disappointing. Characters that were previously important have just kind of disappeared, the flow was choppy, and I just couldn't get into it like I had with previous books.
Still worth a read if you're following the series but, personally, I'm hoping for a much better final work.

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zenner
Nov 02, 2013

The first three books in this series were brilliant; after that, despite good patches, things went to hell in a handbasket. This particular book I tried to read twice. No sale.

hgeng63 Sep 18, 2013

A little disappointing to me because there were too many military tactics & not enough byplay between the characters.

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