Series: The Tales Of Einarinn

Author: Juliet E. McKenna

The Gambler's Fortune (2000)
3.69 of 5 Votes: 4
(Repost from http://drying-ink.blogspot.com/2010/0... ) Juliet E. McKenna's Tales of Einarinn is a series I've been reading earlier, with - mostly - a lot of enjoyment. The Gambler's Fortune is the third book in the series, and one more returns to Livak, an itinerant gambler and trickster, now ai...
The Swordsman's Oath (2000)
3.69 of 5 Votes: 4
Having read and loved McKenna's first book, The Thief's Gambit, last November, I really wanted to get back to the Tales of Einarinn and to find out what happens next. So during my Christmas book spree I made sure to get my hands on The Swordsman’s Oath. I loved returning to the world of Einarin...
The Thief's Gamble (1999)
3.57 of 5 Votes: 5
The Thief's Gamble is a great traditional fantasy, of the kind that made me fall in love with the genre when I was fourteen years old. Which shouldn't have been a big surprise as the book was actually first published in 1999, which was in the same decade as when I first discovered fantasy. It's e...
The Warrior's Bond (2002)
3.77 of 5 Votes: 3
http://nhw.livejournal.com/169290.html[return][return]This is a bit different from its three predecessors in the Einarinn series, with battles on the high seas against strangely magical opponents replaced by a political drama, set in the capital city and watching the machinations of the great hou...
The Assassin's Edge (2003)
3.79 of 5 Votes: 3
It has taken a while to get here, and there's been a lot of painstaking world-building along the way, but Juliet McKenna's five-book series pays dividends with this final volume. Everything that has been set up so far comes back into play - and there's not a false note to be heard as every single...