A Reign of Steel Summary & Study Guide

Morgan Rice
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A Reign of Steel is a fantasy novel by Morgan Rice. The novel is the eleventh installment in her Sorcerer’s Ring series. The story begins immediately where the previous concluded. King’s Court is under attack by the forces of McCloud, while Reece has had his revenge on Tirus for killing Serese. Gwendolyn realizes quickly that her efforts at peace with the McClouds and the Upper Isles have failed miserably, because her opponents, enemies, and certain allies view her desire for peace as weakness, of which they quickly take advantage. Gwendolyn decides that she must have a reign of steel at the urging of Argon. She resolves to abandon King’s Court to the evil forces of Romulus, guided by Gwendolyn’s traitorous sister, Luanda. Gwendolyn brings her people and her military to the Upper Isles by way of boat, using them to reinforce Reece and her naval fleet already battling Tirus’s men. A victory is had by Gwendolyn’s forces, and they prepare for the coming invasion by Romulus’s legions and dragons, which appear on the horizon at the end of the novel. Gwendolyn sets her infant son Guawayne adrift in a small boat, praying that God will keep him safe and give him a chance at life.

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