King of Foxes by Raymond E. Feist
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This one turned out quite a bit darker than the first, happily, and the hero of our tale got himself very nicely snagged as a minor noble in a big chaotic game of the Duke.
The duke is, of course, the king of foxes, and he really won’t be outfoxed.
All told, I had a good time, enjoying a lot of intrigue fluff, long-game revenge planning, and natural reversals. It’s game of thrones, Feist-style.
There is nothing groundbreaking here, but it was entertaining, and that’s all I’m looking for at the moment. :)
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