The Culling Fields (The Returned)

The Culling Fields The Returned Orphan Thief Prince Pawn Every street urchin from the Lower Circle of the Capital secretly wishes to be claimed as Ogenra the bastard offspring of the Royal Houses so important for political maneuver

  • Title: The Culling Fields (The Returned)
  • Author: Jenn Lyons
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  • Orphan Thief Prince Pawn Every street urchin from the Lower Circle of the Capital secretly wishes to be claimed as Ogenra, the bastard offspring of the Royal Houses so important for political maneuvering The fairy tale fate of a discovered Ogenra is a life of plenty and ease, but when a blind minstrel s son, Kierin, discovers he is one, his rise to riches and wealth i Orphan Thief Prince Pawn Every street urchin from the Lower Circle of the Capital secretly wishes to be claimed as Ogenra, the bastard offspring of the Royal Houses so important for political maneuvering The fairy tale fate of a discovered Ogenra is a life of plenty and ease, but when a blind minstrel s son, Kierin, discovers he is one, his rise to riches and wealth is anything but a happy ending Now Kierin must dodge lies, power plays, Imperial politics and his own twisted family as he attempts to discover what s really going on and how it all ties in to a series of ancient prophecies that every faction seems bent on fulfilling or breaking His quest to discover the truth behind the cabals, schemes, and machinations of the Upper Circle will lead him through heartbreak and slavery from the slums of the world s largest city to the dark, corrupted forests of the afterlife itself while he struggles to stay out of the reach of myriad factions seeking to use him for their own ends generals, merchant princes, sorcerers, demons, and even gods Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Kindle Edition, 635 pages Published March 8th 2014 by There by Candlelight Press More Details ASIN B00IWB1KCQ Edition Language English Other Editions 2 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about The Culling Fields, please sign up

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Always well paced and very exciting, The Culling Fields is a tale that many fans of the high fantasy and sword and sorcery genres will not want to miss Though there are traditional elements that end up being recycled in this work elves, magic swords, prophesy, etc Lyons never fails to put her own intriguing twist She is an author who deserves to be celebrated, and I hope you love this book as much as I did flag Like see review Dec 25, 2014 Bethany rated it really liked it Worldbuilding is something that Jenn Lyons does beautifully her creation is full and vivid, but without bogging the reader down with so much detail that the story becomes mired I love her use of language for me, it s the perfect balance of giving me enough that it comes to live, but not so much, that I don t get to build my own mental landscape The story is enjoyable I prefer high fantasy, and The Culling Fields gives me exactly that, with characters I enjoyed Disclaimer I was a beta re Worldbuilding is something that Jenn Lyons does beautifully her creation is full and vivid, but without bogging the reader down with so much detail that the story becomes mired I love her use of language for me, it s the perfect balance of giving me enough that it comes to live, but not so much, that I don t get to build my own mental landscape The story is enjoyable I prefer high fantasy, and The Culling Fields gives me exactly that, with characters I enjoyed Disclaimer I was a beta reader for this book many years ago flag Like see review Mary Lyons rated it it was amazing Dec 15, 2016 Andrew rated it it was amazing May 22, 2017 Ambra rated it really liked it Aug 27, 2014 Viki Cheung rated it really liked it Jul 14, 2017 Becky marked it as to read May 20, 2014 D marked it as to read Jun 18, 2014 Huong Pham marked it as to read Jul 27, 2014 Rhonda Hall marked it as to read Feb 28, 2016 Jazzwoman87 marked it as to read May 04, 2017 Cassie marked it as to read May 22, 2017 Ken Liao marked it as to read May 24, 2017 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    Jenn Lyons lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband, three cats, and a lot of opinions on anything from the Sumerian creation myths to the correct way to make a martini At various points in her life, she has wanted to be an archaeologist, anthropologist, architect, diamond cutter, fashion illustrator, graphic designer, or Batman Turning from such obvious trades, she is now a video game produc Jenn Lyons lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband, three cats, and a lot of opinions on anything from the Sumerian creation myths to the correct way to make a martini At various points in her life, she has wanted to be an archaeologist, anthropologist, architect, diamond cutter, fashion illustrator, graphic designer, or Batman Turning from such obvious trades, she is now a video game producer by day, and spends her evenings writing science fiction and fantasy When not writing, she can be founding debating the Oxford comma and Joss Whedon s oeuvre at various local coffee shops

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  • When I first picked up Jenn Lyons debut work, I was very afraid that it might just be a little too much for me to read right now after all, I m in the middle of another novel myself, and a six hundred pager was bound to distract me Nonetheless, I dove inand I m very happy that I have Always well paced and very exciting, The Culling Fields is a tale that many fans of the high fantasy and sword and sorcery genres will not want to miss Though there are traditional elements that end up bein When I f [...]


  • Worldbuilding is something that Jenn Lyons does beautifully her creation is full and vivid, but without bogging the reader down with so much detail that the story becomes mired I love her use of language for me, it s the perfect balance of giving me enough that it comes to live, but not so much, that I don t get to build my own mental landscape The story is enjoyable I prefer high fantasy, and The Culling Fields gives me exactly that, with characters I enjoyed Disclaimer I was a beta re Worldbui [...]


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