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- Print Length: 266 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 23, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N5R3CPH
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,517 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Death's Queen (In Deception's Shadow Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Most of the book, Lamarra just had me shaking my head & asking out loud,
"Is she really sister to Ashayna [bk 1] & Sorsha? [bk 2]" Granted it's stated up front Lamarra is not a warrior & has no fighting skills like her sisters, so why then is she selected to be the one to finally vanquish the evil Trensler?? She is such a weak character from the get go; she has no thoughts of her own, her dialogue is mostly short comments or sentences, & she just comes across as so very childish & immature. (And I won’t even go into the love story between her & future ghost Soryn & past flesh & blood Soryn?? Yes, that’s right.)
It is not till the end of the book where Lamarra is actually involved in the fight that she shows the slightest bit of anything. But she does strike the death blow to Trensler so…but how easily this end came about after all the conflict in books 1 & 2, was yet another surprise & disappointment. I was just so blown away at how different this book was from the other two that it almost felt like someone else had to have written it. Otherwise, I have no idea what happened.
Lamarra's acceptance of her fate makes her transition into the Dead Queen possible. Understanding that her death sentence has many perks, kept the main character from fearing the act of her death while explaining her prophetic dreams.
Great world building, full character development and a humorous but slightly convoluted plot made book number four in the Deception's Shadow series enjoyable. I will continue to read Lisa Blackwood's books in the future.
In each book so far, the sisters and Beatrice have faced harrowing trials and potential death, and found the strength inside themselves to overcome those trials. Lamarra’s trials were no different, just a bit more terrifying.
Some reviewers have said this is the end to the series, but I certainly hope not as all of The Twelve have not been found yet and the Divine Speaker has not been caught. Ms. Blackwood, please write more!
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