The Crystal Crown

A Crown With a Mind of its OwnWhen Liras ven Tsormelezok set off into his garden that morning, he knew he could claim some sort of royal ancestry but then, so could most of the rest of the population of Averidan Therefore, being named King while pruning his klimflower vines was a trifle unexpected But that was only the first of the surprises waiting for Liras For exaA Crown With a Mind of its OwnWhen Liras ven Tsormelezok set off into his garden that morning, he knew he could claim some sort of royal ancestry but then, so could most of the rest of the population of Averidan Therefore, being named King while pruning his klimflower vines was a trifle unexpected But that was only the first of the surprises waiting for Liras For example, he discovered that the Crystal Crown of the Kings of Averidan could not only speak to him it could kill him, if it decided he shouldn t be king And then were certain other inheritances from the late king a war about which he knew nothing, and a royal bride to be with whom he could not speak No wonder Liras decided to make a run for it.
The Crystal Crown A Crown With a Mind of its OwnWhen Liras ven Tsormelezok set off into his garden that morning he knew he could claim some sort of royal ancestry but then so could most of the rest of the population

  • Title: The Crystal Crown
  • Author: Brenda W. Clough
  • ISBN: 9780879979225
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Crystal Crown”

    1. On the sentence level, this book is well made. But as a story, it fails to serve in a mythopoetic manner; it cannot qualify as worthwhile high fantasy. I think this is the author’s first book. I bet she got better over time. Why suspect that? The book is not written in the No Style style, which plagues us these days. There are many good sentences. I may seek out her later work.

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