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“The Court of the Air is a genuinely engaging read, which has believable characters in a fantastic setting.”--The Bookseller
Too much happens far too quickly- so many info dumps and I just couldn't get attached to the characters.Published 16 days ago by Herenya
Well, I finished it. Wasn't sure for a while there if I would bother. This is a book that could have used a glossary or something similar to explain the political, religious, and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Megan Gurney
I'll make this short since so many have already said it - this book is frustrating. It is full of interesting ideas, none of which are fully developed. Read morePublished 4 months ago by A. Rockey
Stephen Hunt’s The Court of Air is epic, fantasy adventure that is simply fantastic to read. Richly crafted with an amazing menagerie of characters, this book hits the same groove... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jeff Jellets
What a book. Never ending action with an interesting plot. If you quick read this book be prepared to lose some issues in the plot. The author has some imagination. Fun read.Published 5 months ago by Der Alte Fritz
giving birth to a cruel concoction of steampunk fiction and dark fantasy which occasionally may reflect (upon) certain features of UK (and to a lesser extent, continental) history... Read morePublished 10 months ago by inner exile
This is not my book - it was close, but I think that this is too UK for me - some of the dialog and slang and even terms are a bit too off for me and interrupt the flow - also, I... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Joe
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This is the first book in a great series. The books follow a serial adventure format, something like Indiana Jones, Zorro, or the Lone Ranger;... Read more