Hardcover: 640 pages
Publisher: Tor Books (August 25, 2020)
Praise for The Memory of Souls
“Lyons has cleverly taken the epic fantasy tropes of prophecy and lineage and stood them on their heads, all while delving deep into her multidimensional characters and spinning great battles with high body counts.” ―Booklist, starred review
Praise for The Ruin of Kings
This book was received from the Author, and Publisher, in exchange for an honest
This series is one hell of a ride. A breathtaking fantasy where you are submerged into the past, present, and uncertain future.
The Memory of Souls by Jenn Lyons hits the ground running, following the recent events of the of second book, The Name of All Things.
I was still reeling from the betrayal, along with tic tick of the doomsday clock.
This book is where the action really takes off. With the battle between Kihrin, Relos and the gods. A dramatic test of relationships.book The reader will be able to pull back the curtain a see the beginning of why Vol Korath was created.
A great mix of action packed thrill ride, romance and intrigue. Some critical choices will need to be made, along with some alliances shift.
Families come together while others will be ripped to shreds. There is unforeseen twist when truths are revealed. Jenn doesn’t hold anything back from the romance. Great representation LGBTQ+ all through the book.
If one person’s dominant, the other person has to be submissive.” – Kihrin
A Chorus of Dragons series
The Ruin of Kings
The Name of All Things
The Memory of Souls
Jenn Lyons lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband, three cats, and a lot of opinions on anything from the Sumerian creation myths to the correct way to make a martini. At various points in her life, she has wanted to be an archaeologist, anthropologist, architect, diamond cutter, fashion illustrator, graphic designer, or Batman. Turning from such obvious trades, she is now a video game producer by day, and spends her evenings writing science fiction and fantasy. When not writing, she can be founding debating the Oxford comma and Joss Whedon’s oeuvre at various local coffee shops.
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