Plots, murder and a return to Istanbul form an epic conclusion to S.J.A. Turney’s Ottoman Cycle.
Five years since Skiouros left the city of Constantine, he has come to understand the dreadful price exacted by vengeance.
Saved from the French authorities by Dragi – the Romani crewman of a Turkish galley – he and his friend Parmenio are once again bound for the east. But Dragi’s aid comes with a price…
In the Ottoman capital, the populace prepares for a great festival; for the first time in years the Sultan’s three sons are all to be present. But a sect of disenfranchised Romani are plotting a deadly coup.
Can Skiouros thwart the mysterious Kingbreaker and save the Sultan’s sons? The sequence of events that shattered Skiouros’ life is finally coming to an end…
This is the brilliant and unputdownable conclusion to bestseller S.J.A. Turney’s Ottoman Cycle, and is perfect for readers of Ben Kane, Peter Darman and Matt Harffy.