Literary, expertly crafted mythology and worldbuilding, and that incredible Kay ability to create a host of beautiful characters have made for a series that may be as dear to me now as Lord of the Rings.
When I couldn’t find The Curse of Chalion available at any of my local bookstores, I decided to do something radical for a relentless bookhoarder such as myself. I got a library card. This changes everything!
In true Mark Lawrence fashion, The Liar’s Key keeps hurtling right along where the first book left off, with approximately ten pages of gentle introduction before Jalan is running for his life towards a small Viking boat with two very large Vikings in it.
C’mon now. This book has the word “Pemberley” in the title. We all know this Jane Austen fanatic was going to get to it!