• Title: The Empress of Timbra
  • Author: Karen Healey Robyn Fleming
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 325
  • Format: ebook
  • The Empress of Timbra Fourteen year old Taver didn t know he was a nobleman s bastard until his real father died Eleven year old Elaku has always known she was the bastard daughter of the same nobleman and the Empress s Wi
    Fourteen year old Taver didn t know he was a nobleman s bastard until his real father died Eleven year old Elaku has always known she was the bastard daughter of the same nobleman and the Empress s Witch When the two siblings meet in the Empress of Timbra s palace, neither is aware that treachery and war threaten their home and that they must rely on their magic, theFourteen year old Taver didn t know he was a nobleman s bastard until his real father died Eleven year old Elaku has always known she was the bastard daughter of the same nobleman and the Empress s Witch When the two siblings meet in the Empress of Timbra s palace, neither is aware that treachery and war threaten their home and that they must rely on their magic, their wits, and each other to have any chance of victory.

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    1. A very promising start to a new children's/young adult fantasy series - that being said, it's perfectly satisfying to read by itself, with a good conclusion and no cliff-hanger. (Is there anything more frustrating than getting towards the end of a book, realising there's not enough pages to wrap up the plot, and needing to wait for another book to be published to find out what happens? Not here! I'm pleasantly eager to spend more time in this world, but don't feel I've been duped by the authors [...]

    2. I absolutely LOVED this book - it's a terrific adventure story told from the Points of View of half-siblings Elaku and Tevar. I love the world of Timbra that the authors have created, and all the many interesting, properly 3D people they filled it with.And please, 'sir', can I have some more

    3. wordnerdy/2018/02This is a strong entry in the fantasy with court politics/other politics genre, anchored by the sibling relationship at its core. It starts with the son of a fisherman whose beloved father dies at sea, and then he finds out the man wasn’t his biological father when his mother brings him to court, where his father is a Baron—and where he meets his younger half sister, also a bastard, the daughter of the Empress' Witch. I guessed a fair amount of the political plot, but findin [...]

    4. The Empress of Timbra is truly the best thing I’ve read in quite a long time. Healey and Fleming have created a character driven adventure on par with anything I know. The two primary characters, Taver and Elaku, are compelling and draw you into their rich world. From the first chapters I was invested in them and excited to see where the story would take them. Their sibling relationship is delightful and has the authentic mix of exasperation and boundless love that I have to assume the authors [...]

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