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Mostly, there was very little relationship development and a great deal of character development.
Ellen Kushner and Della Sherman combine their talents to create a work that is sublimely rich in characterizations and a perspective similar to medieval Europe.
It also has enough plot and witty dialog and character development to keep me reading until *way* past my bedtime.
These Riverside books are great. Not as complicated as A Song of Ice and Fire, but definitely exciting and a lot of political intrigue.Published 6 months ago by Bunny lady
As with all the books rated here, none of them disappointed and suppliers were great too! I like books with good character development and dialog, So these are all well worth... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Richard K. Schoellhorn
Some sixty years after the events of Swordspoint, generations after the nation's last king was assassinated, a rebellious ancient history professor meets a wayward nobleman with... Read morePublished on September 11, 2012 by Juushika
The character and the plot is compelling, making me stay up all night to finish the book. However,the book really sets out to disappoint the reader again and again, focusing on the... Read morePublished on June 9, 2011 by Masfin
I loved this book - and yet I hated the ending - but I'd still recommend it. Weird huh...
I think I hated it because for nearly the whole book I get to be inside Theron... Read more
While there was plenty in Swordspoint and in Privilege Of The Sword that I didn't love, at least the books were well-written, relatively straight-forward in plot (plenty of twists,... Read morePublished on May 27, 2010 by RobynB
This book is outstandingly marvelous!
Give yourself a treat and read its predecessors in the trilogy: Swordspoint and The Privilege of the Sword. Read more
Being a fan of the world of Swordspoint, I couldn't wait for this book to arrive. I stayed up to read it. Read morePublished on August 13, 2009 by Rabid Reader
First off, I loved this book...right up until the end. It has possibly THE most disappointing conclusion I have ever read. Read morePublished on May 22, 2006 by Ashes