The Iron Palace

The Iron Palace By Morgan Howell, The Iron Palace BLOOD WILL TELL Seventeen years have passed since Yim an ex slave blessed by the benevolent goddess Karm sacrificed her body and perhaps her very soul to Lord Bahl avatar of the evil Devourer In th
  • Title: The Iron Palace
  • Author: Morgan Howell
  • ISBN: 9780345503985
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Iron Palace By Morgan Howell, BLOOD WILL TELL Seventeen years have passed since Yim, an ex slave blessed by the benevolent goddess Karm, sacrificed her body and perhaps her very soul to Lord Bahl, avatar of the evil Devourer In that selfless act, Yim stripped Lord Bahl of his power but became pregnant with his son Now that son, Froan, is a young man And though Yim has raised him in the remote GreyBLOOD WILL TELL Seventeen years have passed since Yim, an ex slave blessed by the benevolent goddess Karm, sacrificed her body and perhaps her very soul to Lord Bahl, avatar of the evil Devourer In that selfless act, Yim stripped Lord Bahl of his power but became pregnant with his son Now that son, Froan, is a young man And though Yim has raised him in the remote Grey Fens and kept him ignorant of his past, the taint of the Devourer is in his blood.Even now an eldritch call goes out and the slumbering shadow stirs in Froan s blood, calling to him in a voice that cannot be denied Armed with a dark magic he barely understands, Froan sets out to claim his destiny When Yim seeks to stop him, her sole hope is that Honus the love she abandoned will take up the sword again for Karm s sake and hers Only then can she hope to face the impregnable bastion of unspeakable evil the Iron Palace.
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    1. Morgan Howell

      Morgan Howell is the pseudonym of author Will Hubbell Hubbell uses his own name when writing childrens picture books and for his science fiction novels published by Ace He uses the name Morgan Howell for his recent fantasy writing, citing the darkness of the writing A graduate of Oberlin College and the Rochester Institute of Technology, MORGAN HOWELL is a full time writer who lives in upstate New York.

    962 thoughts on “The Iron Palace”

    1. The Iron Palace doesn t read exactly as advertised Yim and Honus are apart for the vast majority of the story, traveling alone on their own separate quests Yim wasn t quite as strong as I remembered from the first two books, but that could be because she s spent years hiding, attempting to be as dull as possible Honus is interesting to return to, as he s become bitter and hateful toward the goddess Karm He turns around quickly though, and a retired Sarf tells him of the story of the runes on h [...]


    2. Having enjoyed Morgan Howell s Queen of the Orcs trilogy and the first two books in this one, I was eager to complete the trilogy I was disappointed in the last book because Yim and Honus had to suffer even and be parted seemingly forever.Seventeen years have passed and Yim and her son have been living in relative safety in the Gray Fens while mother tries to keep a dark secret from her son Of course, such an effort has come to naught as the servants of Lord Bahl are determined to have their Lo [...]


    3. The final stop in the story of Yim, the slave, bearer, and Chosen of the goddess Karm and her love Honus, a sarf sworn to protect her.They have been through so much up until now Honus bretheren have been slaughtered and the religion of Karm almost wiped off the face of the earth Yim and Honus have almost lost their lives time and time again, trying to defeat the evil lord Bhaal and prevent the final arising of the Destroyer Yim sacrified her body and her innocence to take the final step on the p [...]


    4. I thoroughly enjoyed this series up to its climactic ending As I ve found with Morgan Howell s books he always has a very bittersweet ending to his books The story continues off seventeen years after Yim gives birth to her son Froan The story revolves around the struggle of The Devourer a god who literally wishes to devour all good in the world and the goddess Karm who is the epitome of love and compassion Karm s power is failing in the world and the fight is close to ending with The Devourer se [...]


    5. At first I had a hard time getting through this book A lot of it was from Froan s perspective and he was a pretty unlikable character However, when the tale turned to Yim and Honus the book really got my attention Yim and Honus have a very endearing relationship They both understand that even though they may love each other there are other things that come before each other.I am conflicted by the ending It seems Morgan Howell has a revulsion to a typical happy ending He prefers the bittersweet v [...]


    6. Some parts of this book were very good, particularly those involving Thistle But I did find my attention wander a lot There were a few possible outcomes and the one that should have been done was the one that was done.I didn t like the blatant reference to Christianity in the denouement it was there to explain a detail from an earlier book but wasn t necessary otherwise The denouement was a curious mix of satisfying and pushing the limits of what had been set up in the books.Overall an acceptabl [...]


    7. If I hadn t been on the subway in my makeup for work first thing this morning, I d have cried at the end of this book It s not a super happy ending, but it was the right ending for the series I loved following Yim and Honus journeys in all three books, and I m excited to read the next trilogy that Morgan Howell comes up with Hopefully it will also be another tale told in the same world, as I WAS delighted to find that the Shadowed Path was in the same world, if not the same age, as the Orc Queen [...]


    8. I find this trilogy very hard to review I enjoyed them and wanted to find out what would happen next, but I found the writing to be pretty flawed throughout the books, and it was repetitive at times I am glad I read them and will probably check out his other trilogy, but I am spoiled with fantasy books because I have read some truly fantastic writers over the years in the genre Overall, a decent read but not great.


    9. This book, especially the ending, redeemed the series I ve enjoyed the relationship of Yim and Honus throughout and wanted to find out how things ended, so I kept with it I found the first two books much too predictable Here, the climax was fitting, and the very end for Honus and Yim was just perfect.





    10. A bittersweet ending for a morbid tale Well written satisfying conclusion My favorite character throughout this series was Honus and I was happy with his evolution


    11. Basically, what the other reviewers have said Really good read, hard ending, because it s not the way you really want it to end, but still a good ending.





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