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When a routine hanging goes wrong and a murderer somehow survives the noose, the man announces he is an immortal. And not just any immortal, but Cayal, the Immortal Prince, hero of legend, thought to be only a fictional character. To most he is a figure out of the Tide Lord Tarot, the only record left on Amyrantha of the mythical beings whom fable tells created the race of half-human, half-animal Crasii, a race of slaves.

Arkady Desean is an expert on the legends of the Tide Lords so at the request of the King's Spymaster, she is sent to interrogate this would-be immortal, hoping to prove he is a spy, or at the very least, a madman.

Though she is set the task of proving Cayal a liar, Arkady finds herself believing him, against her own good sense. And as she begins to truly believe in the Tide Lords, her own web of lies begins to unravel...

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The Immortal Prince
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The only book in the series that I enjoyed
February 17th, 2015
I absolutely loved this novel. Fallon built up an interesting world and established fascinating characters. Unfortunately, I found the rest of the series to be lackluster.
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January 22nd, 2014
This was the first Jennifer Fallon book I ever read and I loved it. The book explores the consequences of being immortal and having untold powers to boot...the story kept me interested from the beginning of the first book right through until the end of the fourth book. I've now read most of Jennifer Fallon's published and loved them too.
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January 22nd, 2014
Jennifer fallon is on of my favourite authors and this first book of the time Lords sets everything up for a fantastic and epic adventure. I always love her style of writing. Awesome book and highly recommended.
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Pulled in yet again
August 27th, 2013
I find yet again feeling connected to characters; having hopes for what their futures hold
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