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Beyond the Boundary Stones (The Chronicles of Tevenar) (Volume 3) Paperback – January 5, 2016
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There were more pov characters in this one, but it only added to the tension. When would Nirel be caught in her web of lies? Why does she seem so ready to have everyone killed? When would Vigorre figure out the truth? Bow would the Matriarch react to the wizards this time? Is an enemy of an enemy really a friend? It was all so twisted.
I love that the wizards have to stand on their principles no matter what. No excuses. If someone doesn't want to be healed, you have to let him die. Ah, free will at its worst.
Dualists and Purists are so deviously evil! They seem nice, but they're so full of lies! I know a book is good when I hate the bad guys.
I'm quite excited for the next book.
Unfortunately, there are a few problems with the plot. The factions opposing the wizards are both supernaturally gifted at deception and hopelessly gullible. They form a solid, preconceived notion of the wizards through one short text (that may be forged) and one second hand tale that is an absolute lie, and their position never changes. At all. Despite all the evidence to the contrary, they are easily persuaded to oppose the wizards and yet hold true to each other and their sinister designs while insisting that it is the wizards who are the deceivers while simultaneously inventing deception after deception after deception and finding out continually that their own factions are spinning lies. Everyone who hears the lies is almost instantly convinced, including the Queen. While the writing is top-notch, the central premise of the book is beaten to death while the villains have almost carte blanche in their schemes.
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Sorry, I can't write anymore...... gotta get reading book 4!