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I feel readers deserve more books like this than to be talked down to as we are so often lately.
While I enjoyed the story a great deal there were some plot point, character development, and location problems that were somewhat disappointing.
I feel the author would have benefited from a more critical and guiding editor who might have helped shape and tighten the book.
I’m going to get positively gushy about Nights of Villjamur. So consider yourself warned; employ slickers if you have to, drool may fly. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gamma Mouse
While what follows will include a fair amount of nitpicking, let me just say at the outset that I did enjoy the book (and the sequel) fairly well.
What did I like? Read more
I thoroughly enjoyed Nights of Villjamur and the beginning of the Legends of the Red Sun series. I thought it was highly original and kept me enthralled throughout the whole book.Published 14 months ago by M. Paulen
Some books you can just tell that you like from the very beginning. This was one such book. The world-building was creative, the prose was good, the characters varied and... Read morePublished on April 5, 2012 by Ahimsa Kerp
Nights of Villjamur is part political intrigue and part mystery. There are two separate story lines that intertwine in the universe. Read morePublished on February 20, 2012 by Pauline
Perhaps I'm being overly harsh, reviewing this book having only managed to force myself through the first 30 pages of it. Read morePublished on February 17, 2012 by xenofan
Nights of Villjamur
Series: Legends of the Red Sun (Book 1)
Mark Charan Newton
ISBN-13: 978-0345520852... Read more
This took me a few chapters to get into, but when it gets going it is a really enjoyable read. The various plot threads (detective mystery, love story, politics, creepy culty... Read morePublished on July 22, 2011 by HeartShaped
I couldn't get into this book at all, although based on its plot description it should have been my cup of tea. Read morePublished on July 22, 2011 by A. Badus