WoW: The Vanishing Throne by Elizabeth May

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The book I’m excited about this week:

The Vanishing Throne by Elizabeth May

Series: The Falconer #2

Publication Date: September 17, 2015

Synopsis from Goodreads: My name is Lady Aileana Kameron.

First the fae murdered my mother. Then they destroyed my world.

Now I’m fighting for more than revenge.

Aileana took a stand against the Wild Hunt, and she lost everything: her home, her family and her friends. Held captive by her enemy, and tormenting herself over her failure, escape seems like only the faintest possibility. But when she gets her chance, she seizes it . . . to rejoin a world devastated by war.

The future is bleak. Hunted by the fae, running for her life, Aileana has only a few options left. Trying to become part of a society scarred by – and hiding from – the Wild Hunt; trusting that a fragile alliance with the fae will save her; or walking the most dangerous path at all: coming in to her own powers as the last of the Falconers . . .


What made me pick this book:

  • I just finished The Falconer–the first book in the series.
  • I like historical fantasy.
  • I like the cover.

Author: Jan

I love to read--especially mysteries, science fiction and fantasy. I also love blogging, photography, gardening, playing Mah Jonng, reading with a cat on my lap, throwing a ball for a dog, creating cards to send to family and friends, reading book blogs, using my computer.

8 thoughts on “WoW: The Vanishing Throne by Elizabeth May”

  1. I have not yet read this series. It looks interesting though. Hope you get your hands on it soon.It for some reason will not let me link my post, but you can find it easy enough on my blog hopefully.


  2. Yes, I want to read this too. Tempted to buy the UK version when it comes out because of that cover, and it’ll match my Gollancz copy of the first book.


  3. I haven’t read book one yet, but at this point I don’t think I can resist snatching up a copy! The cover art is gorgeous, one of the few times I prefer a redesign to the original style.


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