A Silent Game of Spies

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A young queen takes the throne after the mysterious murder of her father and brothers. Pirates sail the Hardewold seas. A King disinherits his son and heir to the throne. An elusive assassin is nearly caught. A Prince seeks his revenge. Spies endeavor to force the hands of both the oldest of allies and enemies alike. An enthralling story unfolds amidst royalty, spies, and assassins. More

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About Brittanny Davis

As a fantasy reader and writer, Brittanny Davis has spent much of her time engrossed in worlds such as Westeros, Valdemar, Pern, the Six Duchies, the Mallorean, and Middle Earth. Her favorite writers are George R. R. Martin, Robin Hobb, Raymond Feist, J. K. Rowling, and Stephen King. Gone with the Wind is her favorite book.

An English teacher, Brittanny successfully ran a reading/writing workshop in hopes of instilling the love of reading and writing in all of her students.

Brittanny soaks up the Florida sun, and she loves animals, Tampa Bay sports, nature, art, music, Great Danes, Boxers, dogs in general, cats, and gardening.

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About the Series: The War of the Royals
A young queen takes the throne after the mysterious murders of her father and brothers, doing battle against the Northern Armies. Pirates sail the Hardewold seas. A King disinherits his treacherous son and heir to the throne. An elusive assassin is nearly caught. A Prince seeks his revenge. Spies endeavor to force the hands of both the oldest of allies and enemies alike. Murder ravages the countryside, taking both victory and defeat for its prize, leaving neither kings nor warriors untouched. Centuries-old alliances are called upon again, betrayals and schemes are hatched, partnerships are forged, and war emerges. Duty and family, vengeance and victory, assassins and spies, royalty and warriors; this tale is a journey of the kingdoms of old and their conflicts amongst each other.

Reviews

CarrieNJake reviewed on on Feb. 27, 2019

Couldn't put it down! Masterfully written, really hooks the reader in, between the political intrigue and the play between the characters. I was engrossed from the start. Enchanting. A must-read.
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HeyDay90 reviewed on on Feb. 27, 2019

I loved, really loved this book. It reminded me of The Game of Thrones. Engaging and enjoyable, the characters really grew on me, some I grew to love, some I grew to hate! I'm really looking forward to the next book in the series.
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