Justin Somper - WikipediaHmmm, only by the synopsis I wouldn't have added this book to my TBR list, but after reading your review, and you comparing it to Grave Mercy I'm really going to give this one a try! And the timeline being only 5 days? That sounds fantastic! Great review, Alyssa! I feel like comparing this one to Grave Mercy might be a bit of a stretch, but then, not really. It's a very packed book!
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Over lunch, between school visits, Hedd explained that this term harked back to the court structures in pre-Medieval Wales, where the Poet was one of a number of key officers to the ruling Prince. On the lookout for more stuff? See what Justin has to say for himself when faced with tough questions on writing Vampirates, sword-fighting, and everything vampiratical.
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In seven days, the princedom of Archenfield will be invaded by its deadly rival - Paddenburg. Prince Jared determines to cross the borders and, in a race against time, recruit what strategic alliances he can. As the Prince and his team rides out, his cousin Axel Blaxland launches his own bid for the throne. Each member of the Council of Twelve falls prey to persuasion and manipulation as dangerous secrets and rivalries begin to emerge. Asta Peck, newest member of the Twelve, finds herself plunged into the dark heart of court politics and conspiracy. Identifying her own allies, she resolves to fight on Prince Jared's behalf until he is able to return home to defend himself.
British author Justin Somper begins his latest series with the assassination of the prince of Archenfield. They also request the guardsmen at the borders to lock down the gates, as the hunt begins for the assassin. Once I was over the lack of fantasy, I was able to engage with the novel on its own terms. This is a murder-mystery whodunit with political overtones, set in medieval times, and it has more in common with Agatha Christie than George R. In my homeland, we have clocks, and as a consequence, far fewer headaches. I confess after spending ample time with the young prince in his point-of-view chapters, Somper nearly had me rooting for the assassin s to hurry up and finish the job. Asta, our young Miss Marple-esque heroine, is rather straightforward with her investigations, and often makes conclusions on feelings rather than facts.
Justin Somper is the worldwide bestselling author of the Vampirates sequence, which has been published in twenty-five languages in thirty-five countries. When he isn't writing, he works with other authors as a publicist and trainer. He lives in London with his partner and two energetic dogs. Justin invites you to visit him online at alliesandassassins. They killed his brother. Now they're coming for him.