Servant of the Empire

Servant of the Empire

Book - 1991
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In this thrilling sequel to Daughter of the Empire, Lady Mara faces a vengeful blood enemy who doesn't know Mara has a strategic secret weapon--a rakish Midkemian slave whose real identity will change the rimworld forever. "A tale of love, hate, and sacrifice against the panorama of an alien yet familiar society".--Publishers Weekly.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 1991, c1990
Edition: Bantam ed
ISBN: 9780553292459
0553292455
Characteristics: 691 p. ; 18 cm
Additional Contributors: Wurts, Janny

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mammothhawk229e
Mar 05, 2017

In retrospect, book reminded me of James Clavell's Shogun.

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happycanuck
Sep 08, 2013

Love this second book of the series. Each book does not disappoint. Lots of action and intrigue that keeps you guessing.

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ScorchingSun
Feb 20, 2011

The third book is "Mistress of the Empire", on order.

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cpurvis
Mar 01, 2010

The brilliant, eagerly-awaited sequel to Daughter of the Empire.

Mara of Acoma, Ruling Lady of her house, has now established herself as a force within the Empire. As an expert player of the Game of the Council., she is a master of its bloody political maneuvering. Mara has made gains for her followers, including new lands, but the war effort on the world of Midkemia is draining off manpower, and slaves are difficult to find.. So against advice, Mara buys a group of Midkemian prisoners-of-war, only to discover that one of them is a noble: Kevin, third son of the Baron of Zun. Questioning soon reveals that he may be of great use to her in the next rounds of the Game of the Council.

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