|Mistress of the Empire|
Spectra (1993), Paperback, 688 pages
|This is the third book in this series (preceded by Daughter of the Empire and Servant of the Empire). I didn't enjoy this book as much as the other two, and put off reading it for ages. I think the problem is that the book feels padded, and keeps going for too long. I liked the conspiracy subplot, but it would have been nice for the resolution to be a bit more believable. Overall, the weakest book in the series.
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Related posts: Servant of the Empire; Daughter of the Empire; Raymond E Feist's Empire Trilogy; Magician: Apprentice; The Riftwar Series; Magician: Master
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