The Prisoners of Fate: Sequel to The Emperor's Prey

The Prisoners of Fate Sequel to The Emperor s Prey The Prisoners of Fate Ming ChinaA series of mysterious assassinations rock the empire high ranking officers die grotesquely and rumour has it that the killer is a woman with many hands A crown pri

  • Title: The Prisoners of Fate: Sequel to The Emperor's Prey
  • Author: Jeremy Han
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Prisoners of Fate1435 Ming ChinaA series of mysterious assassinations rock the empire high ranking officers die grotesquely and rumour has it that the killer is a woman with many hands A crown prince who is supposed to have died thirty three years ago resurfaces to start a rebellion His exploits strike fear deep in the heart of the imperial court, as many think heThe Prisoners of Fate1435 Ming ChinaA series of mysterious assassinations rock the empire high ranking officers die grotesquely and rumour has it that the killer is a woman with many hands A crown prince who is supposed to have died thirty three years ago resurfaces to start a rebellion His exploits strike fear deep in the heart of the imperial court, as many think he is not human.An eight year old boy ascends the Dragon Throne His mother will do anything to ensure her son will never be replaced The dreaded imperial secret service, the Eastern Depot, finds itself under siege To eliminate the threats to the throne, Ji Gang, their ruthless commander needs an answer only his arch foe could give, for only Zhao Qi knows the identity of the mysterious man wanted by the imperial court Together, they will face an invisible enemy But can they trust each other Will they be able to save the emperor against a plot as old as time And who is the unseen hand behind the shadows

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    1. A fictionalization of the rebellion of the palace eunuchs in the 15th century Ming Dynasty. This is an action story showcasing a wide cast of characters and a lot of hand-to-hand combat and execution scenes. It feels overly long and is marred by dozens of typos of various flavors, but the language is colorful and the energy does not flag. More details on Disruptive Dissertation.

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