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The High Kingdom is facing its darkest hour Its King has been weakened by illness and many are discontent with the ueen’s regency As rebellion rumbles throughout the land new threats are massing forces at the realm’s bordersDesperate the King decides to free Lorn who has spent the past 3 years locked away on trumped up charges in the citadel of Dalroth Acting. In this book Pierre Pevel flirts boldly with the fantasy of 30 years ago which is to say uite literally knights in shining armor He dangles one of them before us in the prologue a dashing and honorable young man in love with a fair maiden and desiring only to fight for his king only to snatch him away dash his armor and kick him around in a muddy puddle On the other side emerges our protagonist a hero who often seems like the villainLorn is an intriguing and complicated character whom I loved reading about He is so full of anger and mystery and certainly not your typical hero something that always scores points with me as I m apt to root for the villains A very original twist to the classic fantasy hero indeedI m really hoping to see of the different cultures in the next book Okay let s all admit it by cultures I mean Skandish warrior ueens They sound like something right up my alleyThough there is some issues with the translation I feel Pevel has a real talent for writing and could truly pull me in from the first page But that ending Not cool Pevel Not cool at all And the next book isn t translated from bloody French yet you say This simply will not do

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Haut Royaume Le Chevalier

Owing popularity and influence and they are busy plotting his downfallIf he foils his enemies will he assume the role of champion that the Dragon’s Council of Emissaries have been seeking the one capable of facing the Black Dragon He must first confront an evil that gnaws at him ever since he was exposed to the Dark at Dalroth which now threatens to overwhelm h. After three years imprisoned unjustly in the forbidding citadel of Dalroth Lorn Askarian is recalled by the dying High King who has need of him once Named First Knight of the Realm and charged with reforming the legendary Onyx Guard Lorn essentially holds the fate of the kingdpom in his hands But the Dark he was exposed to at Dalroth for so long has left its mark on him and while some may call him a hero others believe him to be a villain who will plunge the realm into ruinAn intriguing series opener that uickly drew me in The writing doesn t uite seem to flow at times with the dialogue sounding a bit clumsy on occasion but I don t know whether that s to be blamed on the author or the translator Either way this was a rather gripping read now of only the seuels had ever been translated into English Am I really going to have to rely on my very rusty French if I want to find out how the story continues C mon people That s a terrible place to end a novel especially if you re not gonna give the reader the opportunity to read the next book

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On the advice of a mysterious emissary of the Dragon he dubs Lorn ‘Knight of the Onyx Throne’ making him the upholder of royal authorityLorn accepts the King’s mission but also hunts those responsible for his imprisonment Reinstating the Onyx Guard a once powerful elite force he becomes a new figure of hope for his people But some take a dim view of his gr. With a theme so attractive and full of potential one would expect at least a mediocre fantasy Instead he gets rather long manual of how not to write a novel Characters and their motivations are so flat and unbelievably na ve you want to laugh or cry The battles and fights lack any type of logic and the same goes for strategies political machinations etc Everything happens just because the writer wishes it No either explanation makes sense The whole story is so full of mystery and new terms that a reader will not understand until he reads a hundred pages full of confusionMoreover the Czech translation is basically the same disaster as the story itself I can only hope that the book is at least readable in other languages


10 thoughts on “Haut Royaume Le Chevalier

  1. says:

    First all I can think about is the ending but we will get back to that laterLorn was a celebrated knight now 3 years later he is freed from prison A hellish prison that has left him eternally marked by darkness And by darkness I actually mean darkness The dark is a force not to be played with It can turn you it c

  2. says:

    In this book Pierre Pevel flirts boldly with the fantasy of 30 years ago which is to say uite literally knights in shining armor He dangles o

  3. says:

    The Knight is very impressive stuff and its seuel The Heir which will appear in French in November became a huge asapWhile the story is not that original and the translation a bit iffy especially in the beginning the book works magnificently as it has the right amount of dark stuff and traditional such the main character and a few others are uite interesting the world is fascinating and there are uite a few t

  4. says:

    Firstly I don't like this book nearly as much as I like the Cardinal's Blades series I think that this was a little serious and dark and what I liked about the other series was its almost campy plots and old fashioned feeling I do like dark books with ambiguously moral characters but not uite so much here I really never connected with Lorn at all which is disappointing and hopefully something that changes in the next book and really only

  5. says:

    With a theme so attractive and full of potential one would expect at least a mediocre fantasy Instead he gets rather long manual of how not to write a novel Characters and their motivations are so flat and unbelievably naïve you want to laugh or cry The battles and fights lack any type of logic and the same goes for strategies political m

  6. says:

    Originally posted at received this book for reviewing a few months ago but got lost in the pile when I was sorting my books it suddenly poppe

  7. says:

    After three years imprisoned unjustly in the forbidding citadel of Dalroth Lorn Askarian is recalled by the dying High King who has need of him once Named First Knight of the Realm and charged with reforming the le

  8. says:

    I really liked this book It had both mystery and extremely flawed characters that were regarded as heroes by some and evil by others It kept me guessing and engagedI do not think it sometimes leaped to conclusions out of nowhere or at least to unannounced action the end specifically but otherwise was well doneThe translation was d

  9. says:

    Once again a great read from Pierre Pevel You are discovering a vast and rich universe bit by bit trying to guess the relations and the past of the different charactersThe story seems to be classical until you read the last few pages of the book which let you in shock and wanting to start the next entryI'm glad to have finish this book when the next in the series are already available because it would have bee

  10. says:

    An easy read epic dragons and excellent action but ruined by an omniscient style that tells every detail about everything and everyone rather than shows Book 2 of the series isn't even translated from FrenchFull review on my blog