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The Bone Shard War

By Andrea Stewart
The Bone Shard War by Andrea Stewart digital book - Fable

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From the author of The Bone Shard Daughter comes the final book in the Drowning Empire series, as the fate of Lin Sukai—and her family’s dynasty—lay in her hands in this action-packed, magic-laced epic fantasy.

Lin Sukai has won her first victory as Emperor, but the future of the Phoenix Empire hangs in the balance – and Lin is dangerously short of allies. 

As her own governors plot treason, the Shardless Few renew hostilities. Worse still, Lin discovers her old nemesis Nisong has joined forces with the rogue Alanga, Ragan. Both seek her death.  

Yet hopes lies in history. Legend tells of seven mythic swords, forged in centuries past. If Lin can find them before her enemies, she may yet be able to turn the tide.  
 
If she fails, the Sukai dynasty – and the entire empire – will fall.  

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3.5
“Very disappointing finale to what started as a promising trilogy. Spent much of the first part feeling like I missed a big section, because unless I seriously just skipped over it, SO MUCH happened behind the scenes inbetween books 2 and 3. It was jarring, and would have made for exciting scenes on-the-page. Instead I am left (as I was during book 2) wondering over and over “how did so and so know ____?” or “when did ____ do that?” The explanation for the islands sinking was the only completely satisfying bit in the entire book, otherwise I was just left feeling like I should have skipped this installment entirely. And hated the weirdly forced romances, again. Probably wouldn’t recommend. 2.5/5”
“Loved it with all my heart and soul, am fully devastated to be saying goodbye to these characters. ‘You are the one who helps’ !!”

About Andrea Stewart

Andrea Stewart is the daughter of immigrants, and was raised in a number of places across the United States. Her parents always emphasized science and education, so she spent her childhood immersed in Star Trek and odd-smelling library books.

When her (admittedly ambitious) dreams of becoming a dragon slayer didn't pan out, she instead turned to writing books. She now lives in sunny California, and in addition to writing, can be found herding cats, looking at birds, and falling down research rabbit holes.

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