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If you are new to this series, I'd recommend picking up both Bitter Seeds and The Coldest War.
It’s fantastic to have a well-rounded book, one that has a well developed plot, believable characters, beautiful description and above all else – a well written novel.
The story doesn't come to an end or really any kind of conclusion, just screeches to a halt 350 pages in with a number of stories broken off mid-flow.
Bitter seeds is so different that it took a while to understand what was going on. After about 2/3 through the book it finally started to make sense. Read morePublished 7 days ago by soupsamich
The synopsis made this sound like a book of high tension and high action. Bombs and magic hurled around as our characters dug deeper into the mysteries surrounding the war and the... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Stephen Tamatoa
Very well written and creative. I discovered Ian Tregillis from a short story in Fantasy and Science Fiction and I had to pursure. No regrets :)Published 3 months ago by occorled
Fun Series, I really enjoyed them a lot. One of the major characters in the book wis one of my favorite characters I've seen in a while.Published 3 months ago by Geellis
Great idea with occasional moments of pulpy brilliance. Unfortunately, some of the characters are a little too one note. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robert Deters
Cliched but without humour - just made it to the end, would not bother with the rest of the seriesPublished 5 months ago by Robert Holbert
A well written book. A fairly good read. It would have been much better if the author hadn't changed history so much. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Pradeep A. Jayatunga
It is 1939 and the Second World War is well underway. The British get a hold of a video showing disturbing footage of German soldiers with superhuman powers. Read morePublished 8 months ago by MC