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This book is truly the battle waged, it is edge to edge strategy, trying to outdo ones opponent - on both sides. And it was riveting reading! This is such a series that you just never ever want to stop reading. It's a truly long series but the pace is in no way marred by the length of each installment.
This author has a way of dunking you under so that you are sodden with the action, caught up and unable to stop reacting to the compelling nightmare unfolding across the page.
There is one section in particular that I was struck by, when a lost pet comes back in a dream, and the guilt swallowing the dreamer was enough to make me never want to stop reading. This author nails human reactions and emotions, yet the enigma that was Rayne continues, and you'll find yourself rooting for him and desperately needing answers to all the riddles he is.
I love this series. I'm addicted!
In war the leaders often hark to black and white extremes, but truthfully all war is waged in varying degrees of shade, and in this installment you literally feel like you're on a chessboard watching the players moved around, stalemate occurs, and the loss to Valaris is shocking. In war there are only losers (no winners), and this book certainly personifies this.
The Darak Or (the bad guy) Margus is gorgeous, and the author manages to give you his history, reveal his weaknesses, and unfortunately make you hope for a good outcome for him even though he's been nothing but bad bad bad up to now. And he's a stunner. As I was reading, it's the kind of book that niggles at your logic, and I think this showed me humans are natural problem solvers, because by the end of the book I was having an 'I know what I would have done' moment, and now I'm wondering if my logic is shared with the author, and if one of the future installments of this book will vindicate that hunch I have.
It makes me smile, this series has burrowed under my skin and it's written with such finesse that you not only live this book, but it's told in a style that is eloquent and educated.
One thing that keeps impressing me is the author's scope. Davidson has introduced more 'supernatural' beings. Immortals that are magical and fantastical. I loved it when Phet revealed his true self, despite all the carnage, the friendships and bonds formed in this series are so heartwarming you're left with that 'I found the source of joy' feeling when you end an installment. Such consideration for the reader and truly a spellbinding author to read. It's amazing that despite the wars and deaths this author can make you smile. I can't get enough.