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The chapters are very enjoyably tied together, with much more character development than the first book.
Writing Style: The story is told through well written scenes with very interesting characters and good dialogue.
If the final book in the trilogy is as good as this one, it will make a fitting end to a brilliant trilogy.
Don't start this series if you have anything important to do. All three books are hard to put down and your significant other is going to get on you to stop reading, and you will... Read morePublished 3 days ago by James P Glaser
Second in the series and the second weekend in a row spent reading a book and growling at anyone that tries to separate me from it.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
A brilliant, gritty fantasy novel, and a great follow on from the first book.Published 5 days ago by Dodger
This has to be one of the best dark fantasy series I have read this year. The bad guys are the best characters, and there are no heroes in this series. Trust me, you will LOVE IT!!Published 11 days ago by Athena
This series of two (I hope) kept me "hanging," even though there were some pretty grave editorial mistakes. I liked the pace, the characters and the battles scenes. Read morePublished 12 days ago by pacemondo
This is a book for serious readers. I have gotten so that, no matter how interesting it appears, I won'the even begin a book of less than 300 pages anymore. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
The characters aren't black and white. Many of them are gray and black. But it's a fascinating character study and some great descriptive writing about the setting. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Bruce W. Moore