The Prince of Glass
International bestselling author Karen Miller's second book in her most ambitious and exciting fantasy series to date - epic fantasy at its boldest, bloodiest best.
Trouble is brewing in the kingdoms of The Tarnished Crown.
A fearsome army sweeps into the duchy of Clemen, subduing all opposition.
Meanwhile Liam, the boy who vowed to reclaim his father's stolen throne, is in an unlikely allegiance with his bitterest enemy - his cousin Roric. Angry and confused, he must plan his next move.
In the Principality of Cassinia, the duke's daughter Catrain will do what she can to support Roric as he seeks to save embattled Clemen. But kept prisoner by her unwanted council, and being guided by the dark witch Izusa, Catrain is unsure who to trust, how long she must wait to claim her royal birthright... and how best she can help mad prince Gael, who schemes to snatch the crown his regents would deny him.
As Cassinia's duchies balance on the edge of a blade, even one false step is sure to draw blood...
Discover the thrilling new epic fantasy novel set in the world of the Tarnished Crown.
Karen Miller was born in Vancouver, Canada, and came to Australia with her family when she was two. Apart from a two year stint in the UK after graduating she’s lived around Sydney ever since. She has held a variety of interesting jobs and fell in love with speculative fiction at primary school.
Karen Miller also writes as K. E. Mills.
Series contains 2 primary works and has 2 total works. Current series reading order on below.
The Tarnished Crown Quintet is a powerful epic set against a rich tapestry of political intrigue, supernatural skulduggery, plague and war. As a result of these events the world of the Tarnished Crown Quintet will be remade. Royal houses will fall and rise and fall again, trading empires will be destroyed and reborn.
Friends will become enemies, enemies become friends, and by the end no one's life will be what it was when the story started. And as the events unfold powerful individuals will cross paths in ways that will not only profoundly affect their own personal journeys, but determine the fate of nations.
Nobody is innocent. Every crown is tarnished. And redemption is possible - but at a great price.