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The final volume of the Zane Halloway saga. War between Opel and Tavel has been brewing for years, and now it has finally come. While Zane is hunted by three of his own, Lily must shoulder the burden of saving her nation from the consequences of her past mistakes. Zane and Lily go to war in CROWNS AND DEAD MEN.


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The final volume of the Zane Halloway saga. War between Opel and Tavel has been brewing for years, and now it has finally come. While Zane is hunted by three of his own, Lily must shoulder the burden of saving her nation from the consequences of her past mistakes. Zane and Lily go to war in CROWNS AND DEAD MEN.

31 review for Crowns and Dead Men

  1. 5 out of 5

    Aloysius Kling Jr.

    Crowns & Dead Men is the final book in the Zane Halloway series by P.T. Hylton. War has final come to Opel. Zane and Lily race to prevent their country from being overrun by the armies of Tavel and the Crags. Zane commits the gravest of insults to the High Prince of the Crags and his standing with the King improves. Ewrkind leads an army of elves to fight in defense of Opel in exchange for their freedom. Lily’s apprenticeship to Jacob Von Ridden ends and she takes the final step to becoming a fu Crowns & Dead Men is the final book in the Zane Halloway series by P.T. Hylton. War has final come to Opel. Zane and Lily race to prevent their country from being overrun by the armies of Tavel and the Crags. Zane commits the gravest of insults to the High Prince of the Crags and his standing with the King improves. Ewrkind leads an army of elves to fight in defense of Opel in exchange for their freedom. Lily’s apprenticeship to Jacob Von Ridden ends and she takes the final step to becoming a full abditus. All of this leads to the clashing of armies in a grand battle, and a betrayal that should come of no surprise if the reader paid attention in the first five books. At this point I feel obligated to say—SPOILER ALERT! I should probably have that at the beginning of every review. I will try to limit the spoilage as much as possible, but it you want maximum surprise when you read the Crowns & Dead Men then skip to the last paragraph. Other wise, read on. “Hells bells! Is that Zane Halloway?” The one thing that I felt was a little lacking in the first five books was a little humor. Don’t get me wrong. I think it’s pretty obvious from my previous reviews that I enjoyed all of them, but I never found myself laughing aloud much. That was not the case with Crowns & Dead Men. I am not sure if the author meant it to be that way, but numerous times reading this one I found myself in bed, struggling to stop from laughing too hard so I didn’t wake my wife up. Not all books need or should have humor and comedy in them, but when its done right I always enjoy it. “I said your time was up. I didn’t tell you to lower your sword.” The book’s prologue is set years in the future with Lily as an old abditus training her apprentice. I think it was a great way to start the final book in the series. After reading it I immediately knew that some grand things were going to be taking place over the forthcoming digital pages. The author also gives himself some lead-ins to possible future books in there. Lily has become the more interesting of the two characters, and I wouldn’t mind seeing another series spun off about her adventures after the war. “Elves don’t have lords. We don’t have dukes or princes or kings. And do you know why, Lily Rhodes? It’s because every elf is noble.” Ewrkind turned out to be less of a douchebag than he first appeared earlier in the series. In fact, he turned out to be a pretty bad ass guy and so did the elves in general. He is not at all impressed by the King of Opel. He doesn’t do the crown worship thing and he treats the King like any other man. Ewrkind is a man, well actually an elf, who speaks his mind regardless of who is standing in front of him. I don’t want to give any more away than I already have, but the big fight he gets in towards the end of the book was awesome. “Yes, I’m very naughty. If you’d be so kind as to take me to the king, I’d be glad to face my punishment.” So there is one other thing I really want to comment on, but I don’t want to because I think it’s more fun if the reader figures it out on their own. I will try to be as vague as possible. Zane is given something that I totally saw coming since book two. I laughed when it happened and then patted myself on the back for being so clever. After that I felt a little ridiculous, because anyone could have figured it out if they paid attention. Regardless, I think it was an awesome thing to add to the final book. I rate Crowns & Dead Men five stars. Honestly I can’t see why this series is not more popular. I had never heard of the author before, but I decided to give it a shot after Justin Sloan recommended it. I’m glad I did; I absolutely loved it. The author did an excellent job world building and his magic system is outstanding. I hope we see more stories in this setting. My only recommendation—Write some more P.T. Hylton!

  2. 5 out of 5

    ladymurmur

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shane

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    Hana

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    Dennis

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    Ann-Kjersti

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    Nancy

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    Josef

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    Brad Lane

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    Laura M. Williams

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    Hector Morales

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

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    Cary

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    Aggie

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    Rachel

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    Luna

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    Linda

  18. 4 out of 5

    Charles Massey

  19. 5 out of 5

    Larissa Disney

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

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    Teshai

  22. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Kay

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kevin kent

  24. 5 out of 5

    Cathy Di Biase

  25. 4 out of 5

    Julie Buzanowski

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rico Sanchez

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Wilson

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kbroski6789

  29. 4 out of 5

    Laura Līva

  30. 4 out of 5

    Wes Weishaar

  31. 4 out of 5

    N0rs3man

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