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Continuing the classic saga of the destruction oand salvation of worlds -THRONE OF FOOLS - Book 2 of The Omaran SagaAfter the fall of the evil city of Zennidhum, Simon Wargallow and his allies believed that Omara was saved from disaster.Then out of the wastes of ice came Orhung, last of the Created, bearing dire news of the coming of Anakhizer, Sorcerer King of Ternannoc,Continuing the classic saga of the destruction oand salvation of worlds -THRONE OF FOOLS - Book 2 of The Omaran SagaAfter the fall of the evil city of Zennidhum, Simon Wargallow and his allies believed that Omara was saved from disaster.Then out of the wastes of ice came Orhung, last of the Created, bearing dire news of the coming of Anakhizer, Sorcerer King of Ternannoc, who will unleash the forces of chaos upon Omara.The empire is unstable: the mad Emperor Quanar Remoon is dying, and Ottemar Remoon must shake off his disguise as Guile and gather his own supports to regain the Throne of Fools and prepare Omara to defend itself against the gravest threat the world has ever faced....

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ISBN : 9780380758401
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 186 Pages
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Throne of Fools Reviews

  • Phil Leader
    2019-04-13 01:40

    The second book of the Omaran Saga, Throne of Fools, changes the tone a little from the first. Where that was fairly standard in structure of an obvious evil to overcome, this is more concerned with the political machinations of the island state of Goldenisle. Ottemar Remoon intends to take the throne but the corruption of the court is deep. The mysterious Orhung, who claims to have been created and carries a rod of enormous power, reveals that the darkness at the heart of Goldenisle may be a power beyond any reckoning.To some extent this book does suffer from being a bridge between the rather self-contained first book and the rest of the Saga and so rates with me as the weakest of the series. But its still better than the strongest books of other series, helped by Cole's take on worlds and creatures, neatly sidestepping creations that might be construed as 'Tolkienesque'. And indeed the whole saga has a very much darker and more brooding tone than anything set in Middle Earth.As a bridge between the first and subsequent books this works well, setting up the nature of the threat that must be tackled as well as cementing the characters, Wargallow, Ottermar and Sisipher in particular. The actual narrative is perhaps less engaging but perhaps should be viewed as the framework which holds together the necessary threads being woven for the end of the saga.

  • Dan
    2019-04-10 00:22

    It’s a re-read, but a completed book nonetheless. The story/plot held up after 25 years and I’m glad to be re-engaging with the series. The writing is not as formidable as I recalled, glossing over character development and jerking from scene to scene in places.