The High King's Tomb

The High King's Tomb

Book - 2007
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Publisher: New York : Daw Books, c2007
ISBN: 9780756402662
0756402662
Characteristics: 679 p. --

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SandraLH
Dec 23, 2017

Third magical installment in a very good ancient-era fantasy series. Karigan’s adventures are thrilling to imagine. Enjoying the character introduction of Lord Amberhill. Love the human-horse soul connection.

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julia_sedai
Dec 30, 2014

I love this series so much! Karigan keeps getting better and in this book you get the point of views of a lot more characters. Basically, the plot thickens, and I am excited to continue reading the series.

chibislayer Jun 06, 2014

These books get more and more exciting. Another great book in the Green Rider series!

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lambentness
May 27, 2011

Third book in the series, with a few more characters introduced, a highly entertaining read!

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hur74Vety
May 25, 2010

The best book in the series! Very suspenseful on many different levels. I can't wait for the next one to come out!

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jmjs117
May 24, 2010

Amazing!!!

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Reiner
Sep 15, 2009

Book 3 of a continuing fantasy series. Reading the first two books (Green Rider, First Rider's Call) is highly recommended; lots of characters and events vaguely referred to but roughly explained. It's also a bit more wordy compared to the first book: If you like to read dialogues and what I call an author's rambling, this would be such a book. Some minor character development, and minor characters that developed more quickly than major ones.

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hur74Vety
Jul 16, 2010

hur74Vety thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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Reiner
Sep 15, 2009

Reiner thinks this title is suitable for 17 years and over

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hur74Vety
Jul 16, 2010

Violence: This title contains Violence.

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hur74Vety
Jul 16, 2010

Sexual Content: This title contains Sexual Content.

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Reiner
Sep 15, 2009

Eager to leave the castle's confine, Karigan readily agrees to her new tasks, one of which is to mentor a new and irrepressible Rider. But a silent threat remains in the form of the remaining members of the Second Kingdom, a cult who dreams of the revival of their leader: Mornhavon the Black.

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