Waiting on Wednesday – Hollow Empire by Sam Hawke
Waiting on Wednesday is a meme that was originated at Breaking the Spine, now hosted at Wishful Endings. It’s a weekly feature that lets us share our excitement for books coming out soon.
City of Lies was a great debut. Growing up being poisoned on purpose as “training”, a culture where children are raised as part of their mother’s family, so a father’s sons are never their heirs. It was interesting and had some good intrigue as well. So, I am definitely looking forward to the next in series!Hollow Empire (Poison Wars #2) by Sam Hawke
Also by this author: City of Lies
Published by Tor Books on December 10, 2019
Moving from poison and treachery to war and witchcraft, Sam Hawke’s Poison Wars continue with Hollow Empire, a fabulous epic fantasy adventure perfect for fans of Robin Hobb, Naomi Novik, and Scott Lynch.
Poison was only the beginning…. The deadly siege of Silasta woke the ancient spirits, and now the city-state must find its place in this new world of magic. But people and politics are always treacherous, and it will take all of Jovan and Kalina’s skills as proofer and spy to save their country when witches and assassins turn their sights to domination.
9 thoughts on “Waiting on Wednesday – Hollow Empire by Sam Hawke”
I’m sad that I never got around to reading City of Lies. I hope the second book is just as good!
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I did read book 1
Love that cover! Hope you get it soon!
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Really neat cover. I knew immediately the series it was for. Hope you love this.
The cover is absolutely beautiful! ?
My WWW this week.
I’m eagerly awaiting this one too, I really enjoyed City of Lies! Sadly, the author announced about a month ago that the book is being delayed until late 2020.
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I did enjoy book 1! Pretty sure I will continue with this series.
I didn’t realise this was due out this year – good news indeed.
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