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Mark Lawrence is married and has four children, one of whom is severely disabled. His main job is a scientific researcher, focusing on various rather stubborn problems in the field of artificial intelligence. It was released top secret by the US and UK governments.
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Throughout her reign, the Red Queen has waged the long, secretive war against the forces behind the nations for greater stakes than land or gold. His greatest weapon is the silent sister who is invisible to most and nobody talks about.
The Red Queen’s grandson, Prince Jalan Kendeth, drinker, gambler, seducer of women is someone to watch The Silent Sister. Satisfied with his role as the little king, Jal pretends that the hideous witch isn’t there. But the war with the undead is coming and the Red Queen has asked her family to defend the kingdom. Jal doesn’t think that will affect him. He’s wrong…
After escaping a deadly trap set by the Silent Sister, Jal discovers his destiny is magically intertwined with a fierce Norse warrior. As the two set out to undo the spell, encountering great dangers, willing women and an aspiring prince named Jorg Ancrath, Jalan begins to catch a glimpse of the truth: he and the Northman are nothing more than Split a game and the Red Queen controls the board.
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Prince of Fools is the first in a new series, The Red Queen’s War, from Mark Lawrence, author of the Broken Empire trilogy. This new series is set in the same world as The Broken Empire but focuses on a different set of characters. Emperor of Thorns was one of my best reads of 2013, so I had high expectations for Prince of Fools; I’m happy to say that he did them justice.
What I liked
The Alignment. Both Red Queen’s War and the Broken Empire trilogy are set in a world strongly linked to our own many millennia after a cataclysmic event (the “Thousand Suns”) in which magic played a role. Some references to our world shine through, but often in an almost unrecognizable way. It’s a lot of fun to discover these references. These are very subtle: our protagonists meet a circus elephant, for example, whose name is Nellie, of course. A week later I still can’t get the nursery rhyme out of my head and now neither can you. No problem.
Anyway, to return to the settings. One very interesting decision Lawrence made with The War of the Red Queen trilogy is to play it concurrently with the events of Broken Empire. Certain events make it clear where in the narrative of the first trilogy this second series sits. In fact, the protagonists of Prince of Fools actually cross paths with those of Broken Empire at one point. This overlapping of stories doesn’t seem to have played out at this point either, but it will be interesting to see if there are more such instances.
choice of antagonist. Another interesting aspect is that both series are implied to share the same Big Bad. Since those of us who read the first series think we know how this ends, we have some good questions. Did the Broken Empire that ended the way we think it did? What will Jal’s role be? Will there be another threat to Jal at the end? I should point out that you don’t need to have read Broken Empire to enjoy Prince of Fools, but it will add layers to your enjoyment.
The characters. One of Lawrence’s real skills as a writer is writing fully developed three-dimensional characters, and he’s done the same here for Jalan Kendeth. Jalan is very different from Jorg Ancrath from The Broken Empire, but he’s still a very attractive character. While Jorg has been a broken spirit since we first met, Jal is perfectly content with his life and focused on little more than his own joys and self-preservation until he is drawn to this adventure against his will.
At this point, Jalan himself wouldn’t claim much character depth beyond his interests in women and wine, but there are hints of good character development and given Lawrence’s writing, an interesting character arc lies ahead. . I’m excited to see where it’s going.
I also enjoyed the contrasts between the Jalan and Snorri. They are portrayed as complete opposites in every way, both physically and in character. Jalan has dark hair and is better suited to running than fighting, while Snorri is tall, blonde, and built like a Hulk. In terms of personality, Snorri is easygoing, honorable, and others-focused, while Jalan is definitely more self-centered. There are many chiaroscuro references to the two and I look forward to seeing how that translates into future books.
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