The Hanged Man

The Hanged Man Review

The last member of a murdered House tries to protect his ward from forced marriage to a monster while uncovering clues to his own past.

The Tarot Sequence imagines a modern-day Atlantis off the coast of Massachusetts, governed by powerful Courts based on the traditional Tarot deck.

Rune Saint John, last child of the fallen Sun Throne, is backed into a fight of high court magic and political appetites in a desperate bid to protect his ward, Max, from a forced marital alliance with the Hanged Man.

Rune's resistance will take him to the island's dankest corners, including a red light district made of moored ghost ships; a surreal skyscraper farm; and the floor of the ruling Convocation, where a gathering of Arcana will change Rune's life forever.

K.D. Edwards raises the bar for fantasy to incredible heights with The Hanged Man, a story full of life, thrills, and deep compassion, set within a world so utterly convincing and fabulous, it took my breath away. I will read everything Edwards writes. -- Julie E. Czerneda, award winning author of THE GOSSAMER MAGE

Edwards skillfully blends rigorous characterization with political intrigue, action, and haunting worldbuilding in the exciting follow-up to 2018’s The Last Sun. Edwards conjures a believably dangerous setting filled with tarot imagery and supernatural menaces. Series fans and new readers alike will be hooked. -- Publishers Weekly

This book takes everything you loved about The Last Sun and takes it up a level. And another. And another. And then just when you think, 'Well, that has to be the peak,' it smiles and takes you up into another building stacked on top of this one. Because the last 1/3 of the book? F*cking brace yourselves. -- Kathy Shin, Pages Below the Vaulted Sky

Title:The Hanged Man
Edition Language:English

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    The Hanged Man Reviews

  • Kathy

    Hey K.D? Sequel Syndrome just called. It wants you to send some pillows and blankets to the titanium coffin you just buried it in.Clearly The Hanged Man is the product of a mortal man making deals wit...

  • Megan

    The cover the Hanged Man shows Rune dangling- hanging- upside-down. But if you look at it another way it could almost be Rune reflected in still water, which is fitting because in many ways this book ...

  • Linda ~ they got the mustard out! ~

    This was just as much fun as the first one, if not more. The characters are so fully realized and well-written that the character moments shine through and never feel forced or contrived. The action i...

  • Teal

    **** 3.5 stars ****I liked this more than the first book, as I'd hoped. The characters are what brought me back to give the series a second chance, and they're what will keep me reading, despite how t...

  • Lisazj1

    HOLY SHIT THIS WAS AMAZING!!!!I LOVED IT! PLRGMJTNSSZFWKOFLFODJDJFKMF!!! I loved them all, Rune, Brand, Addam, Max & Quinn and OMG, there were places in this book where the hair on my arms was literal...

  • Sarah (thegirltheycalljones)

    Bumping it up to 5 stars because I'm still obsessed and I need the third book like, yesterday. Those characters are everything!4,5 stars.I can't believe that 10 days ago, I hadn't ever heard of this s...

  • wanderer (Para)

    ARC received in exchange for an honest review. Additionally, this review includes no spoilers for The Last Sun.After finishing, I had precisely one word: Wow. That's it. That's the review. Pack up, go...

  • Karen

    WOW!!!! I could probably go on and on about 'The Last Sun' and 'The Hanged Man' for quite a while that's how much I loved and enjoyed these books. These books have gotten this series off to one hella'...

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2020/01/13/...Unlike a lot of readers, I wasn’t really as bedazzled by The Last Sun. A good story cannot be supported by action alone, no ...

  • Kathleen

    There aren't enough stars.One of the best stories in the MM Romance/Urban Fantasy genre. Hands down. Beautifully written and edited. I cried many times, I laughed so hard at interactions between the S...