From international bestselling Australian author Karen Miller comes her most daring and exciting fantasy novel to date. THE FALCON THRONE ignites a bold, bloody new epic fantasy series that will delight fans of GAME OF THRONES.
When kingdoms clash, every crown will be tarnished by the bloody price of ambition. In a divided kingdom, some will do anything to seize the crown.
A BASTARD LORD, rising up against his tyrant cousin, sheds more blood than he bargained for.
A ROYAL CHILD, believed dead, sets his eyes on regaining his father's stolen throne.
A DUKE'S WIDOW, defending her daughter, defies the ambitious lord who would control them both.
AND TWO BROTHERS, divided by ambition, will learn the true meaning of treachery. All of this will come to pass, and nothing will remain as it once was. Royal houses will fall, empires will be reborn,and those who seek the Falcon Throne will pay for it in blood.
With The Falcon Thronea major new fantasy epic begins.
About the Author
Karen Miller was born in Vancouver, Canada, and moved to Australia when she was two. Over the years she has held down a wide variety of jobs, including horse stud groom in Buckingham, England. As K.E. Mills, she is the author of the Rogue Agent series and, as Karen Miller, the trilogies Fisherman's Children and Godspeaker, and the duology The Innocent Mage.
The story is complex and engrossing; fans of George R. R. Martin and Joe Abercrombie should particularly take note. - Publishers Weekly
The story's scale is impressive - but so is its tidiness. Every nice, leisurely chapter flows smoothly into the next. - Saturday Paper
Well-constructed fantasy ... This is a dark fantasy that should appeal to fans of Game of Thrones
. - RT Book Reviews
A truly epic read full of intrigue and betrayal anchored in wonderful characters - some I loved and some I loathed, but all I wanted to know more about. Whether it's combat, politics or human interaction Karen Miller is on the money. Loved it. - John Gwynne, author of MALICE
Blood, dirt and backstabbing ... impressively elaborate and detailed ... this dark world
will draw you in. - SciFiNow
A writer who seems to set the rule for the genre - Waterstones Books Quarterly