The Cry of the Marwing: Book 3 of the Kira Chronicles

The mare snorted, wild eyed, and danced sideways as a dark shape launched itself at Kira, knocking her off her feet It leapt on top of her, then a disfigured face thrust close, its lips drawing back in a macabre smile as hands tightened around her throat With battles raging and Shargh warriors threatening the future of Allogrenia, gold eyed Kira is forced to betray her eThe mare snorted, wild eyed, and danced sideways as a dark shape launched itself at Kira, knocking her off her feet It leapt on top of her, then a disfigured face thrust close, its lips drawing back in a macabre smile as hands tightened around her throat With battles raging and Shargh warriors threatening the future of Allogrenia, gold eyed Kira is forced to betray her every principle by requesting Tremen Protectors fight and kill to defend their homeland As the sickening carnage continues, Ashmiri treachery threatens to deliver Shargh victory Realising her love of Tierken is not enough to bridge the gulf between them and their respective people, Kira flees Terak Reunited with Caledon, her companion of yore, Kira decides to make for her Tremen homeland But as she and Caledon approach Allogrenia, Caledon s star vision fails him and they re confronted by Shargh.
The Cry of the Marwing Book of the Kira Chronicles The mare snorted wild eyed and danced sideways as a dark shape launched itself at Kira knocking her off her feet It leapt on top of her then a disfigured face thrust close its lips drawing back i

  • Title: The Cry of the Marwing: Book 3 of the Kira Chronicles
  • Author: K.S. Nikakis
  • ISBN: 9781459603073
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Cry of the Marwing: Book 3 of the Kira Chronicles”

    1. I have to say that its a strange feeling coming to the end of a story. There are so many fantasy books that turn into trilogies, quintets and epics that seem to go on for the main character's entire life and beyond. Tolkein's works for example; also, authors like the late Robert Jordan (whos unfinished works have been handed to another author) and one of my favourite authors, Stephen Donaldson, who continues to hold back on his Thomas Covenant Series (the last book was published 3 years ago, whi [...]

    2. Commendable fantasy by a talented Australian writer. The final book in Nikakis' trilogy, 'The Cry of the Marwing' provides a tidy ending to Kira's adventures. While there were a number of issues in this tale that irked me, there were some touching scenes and beautiful prose as the narrative progressed. I'm curious though as to whether it was Nikakis' intention to make Tierken so damned unlikeable. I wanted to throw punches to his head. Constantly. Right up to the last page. Despite this, I'm gla [...]

    3. Type of text: Novel This fanatsy filled conclusion to the epic trilogy made me cry and laugh and all thise in beetween Kira is one of the most coolest and "i wanna be like her" heroines in my very long favorite books list (mostly containing heroines). It has a very dramatic plot and more than a love triangle. I would recommend this to people who loves a good heroine, loves adventure, fantasy and enough romance.

    4. A well rounded completion to the trilogy.The first book sweeps you away so much the second and third were always going to struggle to keep up.The third gets much closer to the wonderful pace and feel of the first.

    5. So sad to have finished this series. I loved Kira and will miss her. I enjoyed how her's and the Sharg's story intersected. I just couldn't like Tierken, which is a shame but it didn't ruin the book for me I still enjoyed every word.

    6. I waited a long time for this book to be released, and I was a little disappointed with it. It was as well written as 'Song of the Silvercades', and yet I felt it lacking that certain something. Perhaps I'm just stubborn and upset because it didn't end as I wanted it to?

    7. Excellent and gripping read, loved it till the end. Though I think she should have ended up with someone else. :P

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