Friday, April 18, 2008

High King's Tomb by Kristen Britain



This is the third book in the series, and I had been waiting for it, it is here. I really enjoyed the first two. So far, they have been good, wholesome good vs evil, do what is right not what comes easy kind of books. Books about a real heroine. I'm going to be looking for the third one in stores and reading it... we'll see if it is just as good as the others.


With the ghostly help of the First Rider, Karigan G'ladheon had transported the corrupt spirit of Monrhavon the Black into the future, buying valuable time for her king and country.

But how far in the future was Mornhavon now? A hundred years? Ten years? Only one year? There was no way to tell.

And though Karigan and her fellow Riders scoured the land searching for lost magical documents to help mend the breach in the D'Yer Wall to fend off any incursions from Blackveil Forest and Mornhavon's return, and members of Clan D'Yer camped at the wall hoping to uncover its lost secrets, they were unaware of a threat to their kingdom that lay far closer.

Now, the descendants of Arcosians, once led by Mornhavon, were ready to reach out to claim the land their forebears had tried to conquer. And these vengeful enemies, hidden within the seemingly peaceful borders of Sacoridia, had spent generations honing the powers of dark magic -- a force against which the Sacordians no longer had any defense...