A Tournament of Crowns Published by Silver Wing Press on February 23, 2023
Genres: Young Adult Fiction / Fantasy / Epic, Young Adult Fiction / Fantasy / Wizards & Witches
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The third book in A Trial of Sorcerers is full of heart-pounding action, fantastical magic, and romantic tension that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Last night, Eira killed a man.
However justified her actions were, many now regard her as a cold-blooded murderer and a heretic who extinguished their hope. But there's no time to explain herself. She barely has a chance to wash the blood off her hands before the Tournament of Five Kingdoms begins.
Sequestered with the other champions for the duration of the tournament, Eira must now navigate the games, her competition, the enemies who hunt her head, and - somehow worse than all the rest - being stuck in close quarters with the man who broke her heart.
All is fair in love and magical tournaments, and Eira is ready for the fight of her life.
Get ready for twists you never saw coming in A Tournament of Crowns. This series is perfect for readers who enjoy young adult, epic fantasy full of elemental magic, slow-burn romance, found family, and battles for the futures of kingdoms set in a world you'll never want to leave.
Don't miss a single book in the A Trial of Sorcerers series. Readers should start with A Trial of Sorcerers, and then A Hunt of Shadows, before reading A Tournament of Crowns.
A Tournament of Crowns is the third book in a thrilling YA fantasy series with great characters, epic magical battles, an excellent magic system, and found family and political intrigue. Eira and her friends are participating in the Tournament of Crowns that will end with a signing of a treaty with the five kingdoms. Threatening everything is the pillar, and Ulvarth aims to destroy everything. In this third book, Eira has some significant growth as her worldview has changed, and her relationships have grown more complicated. This book is more character-driven than plot-driven, with the tournament being the story’s primary focus. In True Elise form, we are left with yet another cliffhanger and a whole year to await the continuation of this beautiful series.