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The Darkslayer: Blades in the Night (Book 2 of 6): Sword and Sorcery Series Kindle Edition
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I like the story of the hero and his companions and that it does not solely focus on a hero with "super" abilities, which he totally has. Mostly the story follows on the main theme from the first book, however the main things that annoy me seem to be the sometimes unnecessary subplots. Some subplots just seem so rushed and end abruptly. Unless there is more to it in the coming books. For example:
1) Tonio and McKnight are brought to life mysteriously, in a weird place. They go about to play their parts in the story but it's never explained who those "spider-men" they woke up among are.
2) Tonio rapidly shifts from a distant and lost person to one with deep emotions. He also shifts rapidly from being obsessed with revenge on Venir to locking himself up in a cell to die apparently.
3) Every once in a while, a few more characters are introduced and they are supposed to be from different parts of the planet, but surprisingly they all have long history with Venir. I don't mind a lot of characters, but sometimes you just lose track of who's who, when some of them are brought for a little bit then are forgotten.
I may be a picky reader, but again, I am still interesting in following up on what is going to happen and I'm really hoping the next books will answer my questions, otherwise I'd be overly disappointed.
Of course the editing could be better. If you are the type that abhors an error every forty pages or so feel free to skip these books. If you can put up with a few editing mistakes for the sake of a good, flowing, story that compels you to read every word - thereby noticing the slight errors - this is for you.