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- Publication Date: April 2, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XZHR437
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Knightfall: Book Four of the Nightlord series Kindle Edition
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He also sets out to put Lissette in charge as queen. Once he copes with The Hand, he universe hops for revenge and to start his new life (#5). There are some sad things not to be mentioned or a spoiler alert would be needed and wrong.
The world of Apocalyptica is well-done although too often the author goes beyond my own level of interest in technicalities. It's possible this helps reinforce the situation, but I tend to agree with the reviewer who said it didn't advance the story. Personally I prefer the high magic world over the dystopian.
Our main character in this is understandably bruised and battered. This book gets the series back on target no matter where he goes or who accompanies him. No cliffhanger here, YAY! It really isn't needed. (It looks like #5 does, darnit!) Yes, I will take a break for a bit, but I will be back to see what's next as problems are on the horizon of whatever world is the setting. After all, without problems there's no story. Since #5 reviews from those of us who have stayed with the series is almost entirely 4 or 5 star it should be good.
Just found there's a map of Rethven! Go to the author's website for it and more. I may ask the Nightlord Wiki there to give a character list. It would help with so many characters over lands and time.
I have to say though, the way he treats one of the women he is in a relationship with near the end of the book smacks of too stupid to live. Really a five minute conversation should have made things resolve very differently.
As much as I adore this series, the audio version as read by Sean Runnette, is magic! His voice IS the voice of Hollar! He makes the character sound like a regular guy in extraordinary circumstances. And over the course of the books, Hollar evolves and becomes the thing that he always was in the first place. It's interesting when character's evolve, really evolve, as a result of the experiences they have over the course of a series like this. It's especially interesting when you experience that evolution with them and can even pin point the situations that change them.
Am I gushing? I feel like I'm gushing . . .
This is one to be savored and read/listened to over and over again.
The most recent contribution to the series has all of the strengths of the previous novels and NONE of the weaknesses. It a fun, interesting and enjoyable read.
If you've been avoiding this series because of rumors about its brutal endings, now is the time to jump onboard the rollercoaster. These novels are an absolutely bizarre and fun hybrid between the vampire genre and a sort of fish out of water story, like A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. For those who have read the Ravenloft series, this series has a protagonist who turns that character on its head. What if the vampire lord is not a bloodthirsty warrior tyrant, but instead a bloodthirsty physicist who is well aware that social engineering is an easy way to get killed, even if you're a monster!
My only complaint (I'm quibbling because I fully recommend this book) is that I miss Fred, the monster under the bed, he was mentioned but didn't show up. There is something incredibly funny about how the denizens of the magical kingdom think their supernatural ruler is a bit batty (haha) because he insists he is chatting to the monster under the bed, who is invisible to adults, but not vampires.
These books are all epic in length, which is awesome once you realize how fun they are. I'm already looking forward to the next one.
Good job Mr. Whited!
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Following spoilers a little
Slightly disappointed about bronze but if it is even a bit like superhero comics there will be a way maybe something to do with being a semi devine beeing or is it semi demi devine beeing