Red Sonja: The Falcon Throne by Marguerite Bennett
Review Copy: Provided via NetGalley
Release Date: October 18th, 2016
Description From Goodreads:
Across the plains of Hyrkania, a message sweeps through the scattered peoples of the nation. Bells ring, horns blow, voices shout -- the King is dying! Red Sonja rides to save the King from his doom as the powers of Hyboria crowd around to strike when the kingdom is weakest. But a dread new power rises from within Hyrkania's own borders, bent on defending its homeland... no matter the cost, no matter what its people become. A defining chapter of the Red Sonja saga, dark, clever, vicious, and funny, as the She-Devil with a Sword must stop the rise of a brutal new regime: her own people!
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is going to be a short review, but there isn't much to say except that I loved every page of this book.
The entire time I was reading this, I had a huge smile on my face.
"Red Sonja: The Falcon Throne" is such an excellent read. I've absolutely loved Marguerite Bennett's work with Angela for Marvel, and I've actually had her take on Red Sonja on my to-read list for some time now, but it wasn't until I saw this collection available on NetGalley that I finally took the dive and devoured Bennet's work with the character.
This is easily one of my favorite collections of the year. It's that good.
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