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Scarlet and Liall set out with the king’s army on a perilous journey to the frozen heart of Rshan. As Scarlet’s fabled magic begins to change, Liall places their entwined fates into the hands of those who covet magic above all else, but will they save Scarlet or enslave him?


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Scarlet and Liall set out with the king’s army on a perilous journey to the frozen heart of Rshan. As Scarlet’s fabled magic begins to change, Liall places their entwined fates into the hands of those who covet magic above all else, but will they save Scarlet or enslave him?

30 review for The Temple Road

  1. 5 out of 5

    Xing

    2019 Reread. Ahhh. Just what I needed. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Original Review: I just spent most of the day reading The Temple Road. I'm sweating and icky from the summer heat and writing this review while my brain is telling me NOPE while listening to Call of Silence by Gemie while thinking about Liall and Scarlet and I...just...can't. But I'll try. Warning for spoilers of the series up to this point. No spoilers for The Temple Road itself thoug 2019 Reread. Ahhh. Just what I needed. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Original Review: I just spent most of the day reading The Temple Road. I'm sweating and icky from the summer heat and writing this review while my brain is telling me NOPE while listening to Call of Silence by Gemie while thinking about Liall and Scarlet and I...just...can't. But I'll try. Warning for spoilers of the series up to this point. No spoilers for The Temple Road itself though. A lot happens here in terms of "things" happening (sorry for the wordy sentence). Just as the title suggests, the adventure takes place mostly on the Temple Road while Liall is trying to direct Scarlet towards Ged Fanorl under directions from Ulan. In a way, not much progression is done in the overall main "myth" plot. However, the author does a great job building onto an already rich world with the sights we see on this adventure that it didn't bother me one bit. The Temple Road really shines when it comes to further development between Liall and Scarlet. It's endearing how one's thoughts always tend to orbit around the other; it's a type of dependency that really speaks to the romantic in me. While on the surface, it might not seem like much development (since "I love you" tends to be end game in most romance), what you really see is just how far Liall would really go for his redbird. These actions really show a dichotomy in Liall - the ruthless king to the Rshani, but a tender wolf to Scarlet. In a way, this book is definitely Liall-centric in that sense. And gosh, there were moments that really broke my heart and had me crying some salty man tears. If there was one thing I have to criticize about this book, it would be its proofreading. I normally wouldn't mention it if it were minor mistakes, but I did notice quite a bit of proofreading mistakes that littered the book (which really shocked me, since all the entries prior didn't have this problem). It did jar me out of some moments, but luckily didn't happen during key dialogue or emotional scenes. Overall, I really really love The Temple Road. It was adventurous, romantic, dark and gritty and gave me more insight into Liall. I'm not one to hand out many five star reviews, but it's very rare for many books to push my emotional spectrum as Liall and Scarlet do.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Pandora Phoenix

    It should not take almost 10 years between books in a series so until this book is given at least a release date, I'm giving it a single star. The review will change depending on if it takes another year, or another large gap like the EIGHT YEARS between books 3 and 4. It should not take almost 10 years between books in a series so until this book is given at least a release date, I'm giving it a single star. The review will change depending on if it takes another year, or another large gap like the EIGHT YEARS between books 3 and 4.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    Still no release date announced yet? grr.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Fenriz Angelo

    Damn, this is the first time this year that i read a book in less than 3 days or even in less than a week ;-; i don't recognize myself lol. But honestly, honestly??? this was so good, i was hooked from the start. At first i was a bit lost bc it's been 3 years since the last book, i remembered bits but not all of it but the first chapters themselves explained what was going on so i'm glad for that. As the title says, this book is about Liall, Scarlet, and the army going to the mountains crossing t Damn, this is the first time this year that i read a book in less than 3 days or even in less than a week ;-; i don't recognize myself lol. But honestly, honestly??? this was so good, i was hooked from the start. At first i was a bit lost bc it's been 3 years since the last book, i remembered bits but not all of it but the first chapters themselves explained what was going on so i'm glad for that. As the title says, this book is about Liall, Scarlet, and the army going to the mountains crossing the temple road, it's a slow hella cold journey and there's treachery and secrets to unfold along the way. Poor Scarlet, and Liall...ugh, sometimes i feel his love for Scarlet borders into obsession so part of me is with Alexyin and Jochi, but other part is like "fuck royalty rules!! you go Liall, not let anyone take your t'aishka away from you". I'm torn. And that ending tho...(;´∩`;)゚...not to be annoying, i know good stories take time and whatnot, but i hope the next book doesn't take another 3 years or more _(:3」∠)_

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gwendolyn

    After reading the book I am happy where this continuation is going. I noticed a few background changes but itching too insane. The big one was about Scarlet’s mothers being sisters. I reread the entire series again before starting in on this book so maybe things like that were just me noticing. A few other small things had me checking back to make sure I was remembering it correctly. Overall this is a connecting book. It moves the characters into position for the next part. Hopefully we do not ha After reading the book I am happy where this continuation is going. I noticed a few background changes but itching too insane. The big one was about Scarlet’s mothers being sisters. I reread the entire series again before starting in on this book so maybe things like that were just me noticing. A few other small things had me checking back to make sure I was remembering it correctly. Overall this is a connecting book. It moves the characters into position for the next part. Hopefully we do not have to wait very long.

  6. 5 out of 5

    George

    Thankfully unlike the last book which had like six cliffhangers, this has only a couple, that where not unexpected. Still love this series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    James Cox

    I haven't read this series in a while. It took me a few tries to get back into this world. Once I did, I really enjoyed it! I haven't read this series in a while. It took me a few tries to get back into this world. Once I did, I really enjoyed it!

  8. 4 out of 5

    T Silver

    I just finished book 4 and I already miss them...

  9. 4 out of 5

    Darlene

    Another adventuous book! My heart ached for these to wonderful men. Will Liall and Scarlet ever be able to have a life together without all the betrayal, deceit, backstabbing, and insults they recieve about being together? Two things keeping them in turmoil, first Scarlet's from the Hilurun race, called a lenilyn in the eyes of the Rshans, a non-person that has magic where the King is from the true Camira-Druz bloodline. But secondly, all the barons want the King to have an heir; that is somethi Another adventuous book! My heart ached for these to wonderful men. Will Liall and Scarlet ever be able to have a life together without all the betrayal, deceit, backstabbing, and insults they recieve about being together? Two things keeping them in turmoil, first Scarlet's from the Hilurun race, called a lenilyn in the eyes of the Rshans, a non-person that has magic where the King is from the true Camira-Druz bloodline. But secondly, all the barons want the King to have an heir; that is something Scarlet can not give his king. These two men are destined to be together. they're stronger together and there are many who continue to try and kill the Kings true, forever love - Scarlet. Now if book 6 would come out I could continue on with where the journey is taking them. I do pray that they have their HEA

  10. 4 out of 5

    Janeylou

    3.5 stars

  11. 4 out of 5

    NosBBF

    Même si la fin du tome 4 me rendait triste de par sa… fatalité ? Je me disais que, peut-être, je pouvais me contenter de celle-ci. Sauf que non, pas possible, je suis beaucoup trop attachée à Liall et Scarlet pour me contenter de cette fatalité. Je l’ai déjà dit mais, ce que j’aime, c’est la diversité et le parcours (relationnel et géographique) que propose chaque tome de cette saga. Et l’univers, le monde, les personnages. Du coup, oui, j’aime tout. Même les complots… les trahisons… sauf cette f Même si la fin du tome 4 me rendait triste de par sa… fatalité ? Je me disais que, peut-être, je pouvais me contenter de celle-ci. Sauf que non, pas possible, je suis beaucoup trop attachée à Liall et Scarlet pour me contenter de cette fatalité. Je l’ai déjà dit mais, ce que j’aime, c’est la diversité et le parcours (relationnel et géographique) que propose chaque tome de cette saga. Et l’univers, le monde, les personnages. Du coup, oui, j’aime tout. Même les complots… les trahisons… sauf cette fatalité – laquelle je ne voulais plus ! Mais cette saga est une véritable aventure, un périple. Déjà, je reviens vite-fait sur la beauté des couvertures, je les trouve magnifiques. Je les adore. Elles sont trop belles. Et je ne dis pas ça souvent : PLUS BELLES QUE LES ORIGINALES. Bref, j’en suis fan ! Dans ce tome, le lecteur parcourt une nouvelle fois le monde, découvre toujours plus ce monde riche et décidé à ne pas vouloir que du bien à nos amis… Si ce tome a ses qualités d’intrigue, ce n’est pas mon préféré. Cela ne veut pas dire que je ne l’ai pas aimé. Je l’ai aimé. Vraiment. C’est un jeu d’échecs et les pièces sont en mouvement, j’adore. Mais j’en reste encore à ce que nous promettait cette saga, à savoir : jusqu’où ira Scarlet pour Liall ? Mais, et l’inverse ! Parce qu’au final, c’est de cela qu’il s’agit. Jusqu’où iront-ils par amour ? Je me le demande et, je veux la suite ! ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Cette aventure est un voyage, au sens propre, mais aussi au sens figuré : un voyage au travers des personnages eux-même. On en découvre toujours plus. J’aime le monde, j’aime l’ambiance, je ne suis pas rassasiée.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bobo The

    Man...after so many years...it is here. Finally. I loved this book. I loved the characters. I hated the waiting. But it was worth it (hope i won’t have to wait years for the last one). I had a bit of a problem with all the secrets the Scarlet and Liall kept from each other, but it made sense...fear and love are two great motivators. Well done Kirby Crow. And please, please, pretty please...hurry with the last book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Aimee ~is busy sleeping~

    Loved it! Now I got to do a reread of the series to stave off the anticipation for the next book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dianne

    This was a really great addition to the series and I can't wait for the next one :) This was a really great addition to the series and I can't wait for the next one :)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Vala

    Fantastic series I love this series. Keeps me on edge and scarlet and kills love is breathtaking. Can't wait for the next book. Fantastic series I love this series. Keeps me on edge and scarlet and kills love is breathtaking. Can't wait for the next book.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Shelby

    Maybe one of the best in the series

  17. 4 out of 5

    Elyse

    DNF at 60% I just lost interest in this book. It felt so long & I had a hard time following the story because of the millions names of characters/places.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Karline05 Un brin de lecture

    http://www.unbrindelecture.com/2019/1... voilà le 5 tome de la série “Scarlet et le loup blanc” et ce n’est pas fini. Un tome où les personnages se déplacent dans le monde de Liall et où l’intrigue avance mais en mode stress pour moi. J’ai tellement hâte de lire la suite tout en la craignant ! http://www.unbrindelecture.com/2019/1... voilà le 5 tome de la série “Scarlet et le loup blanc” et ce n’est pas fini. Un tome où les personnages se déplacent dans le monde de Liall et où l’intrigue avance mais en mode stress pour moi. J’ai tellement hâte de lire la suite tout en la craignant !

  19. 4 out of 5

    Essi

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tomas

  21. 5 out of 5

    crystalis

  22. 5 out of 5

    Becca

  23. 5 out of 5

    Rin55

  24. 5 out of 5

    Chris M Reynolds

  25. 4 out of 5

    Katie

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lint

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rachael

  28. 4 out of 5

    Aurora Reads

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mae

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alondra

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