The Warrior-Prophet : Book 2 of the Prince of Nothing Paperback
Part of the Prince of Nothing series
The first battle against the heathen has been won, but while the Great Names plot and squabble over the spoils, Kellhus patiently extends his influence, drawing more followers to his banner.
The sorcerer Achamian and his lover, Esmenet, submit entirely, only to have their faith tested in unimaginable ways.
The warrior Cnaiur falls ever deeper into madness. The skin-spies of the Consult watch with growing trepidation. And as the vast host of the Holy War endures its sternest test in the searing wastes of the desert, a name - a title - begins to be whispered amongst the faithful.
But who is the Warrior-Prophet: a dangerous heretic, who turns brother against brother? Or the only man who can avert the Second Apocalypse?The Holy War stands on a knife edge. If all is not to be lost the great powers will have to choose between their most desperate desires and their most ingrained prejudice.
Between hatred and hope. Between the Warrior-Prophet and the end of the world. . .
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 768 pages
- Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
- Publication Date: 19/01/2006
- Category: Fantasy
- ISBN: 9781841494104
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Review by blue_istari
Although just as readable as the first book in the series, The Warrior-Prophet feels to veer more sharply between philosophical musings and battle scenes with little between. It also paints an incredibly depressing view of both the main characters and human nature in general. Strong writing and a complex plot lift the novel above many of the cliches of epic fantasy and make it a book worth reading, but don't expect to feel uplifted by the time you reach the end.