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- File size : 1427 KB
- Publication date : April 8, 2014
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B00JKIE5KY
- Print length : 228 pages
- Publisher : Stormcrow Books (April 8, 2014)
- Lending : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,367,601 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The Negatives: unfortunately, just as I became invested into Cat's story, the author moved to new characters in an entirely different world. Had he switched back to Cait sooner, maybe I would have given more stars, but the storyline in Andar went on forever and seemed fractured. I liked Hellen, so I can't quite pin down why I felt such a disconnect to the storyline and characters. Back to Cait and another new character is introduced. We never really get to know Danny. They are too busy running. I actually stopped reading after the forge scene. I feel at this point for me, it's a two star. If I can't care about the characters, why bother? But I AM home sick today. On the off chance it's just me, I gave three stars. Books normally have the power to take me out of myself, this one didn't do it for me. I still think the writing and creativity was top notch. I will revisit this book and would also try others by the author.
Top reviews from other countries
There are two hedge witches: one in our world and one in the world of Andar, and the story initially moves between the two. Cait is introduced to the danger she (and our whole world) is in, then we move to Andar and find the danger that threatens there. The characters from the two worlds meet and there is a long and often apparently hopeless chase as they try to escape the evil threatening both worlds and maybe even try to bring it to an end. The book ends inconclusively; I shall have to wait for the next one to find out how they get on.
I enjoyed the characters, including one that struck me as particularly amusing and unusual, and the way they interacted; the occasional humour; the imaginative world-building; and the well-chosen details in the descriptions. I found the escapes from enemy clutches became a bit repetitive but not enough to stop me from reading on.
Although I really don't like stories that aren't complete in themselves, I'm willing to give this one a pass because I do want to find out what happens next.