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Amid the fast-paced action and shocking drama is a cast of intriguing characters whose anxieties and triumphs, trials and tribulations capture your interest instantly. Once the plot takes hold it is extremely difficult to let go, as I lost myself within a dazzling world that is so vivid and `real' that I felt a part of it. This is a novel that is exceptionally well constructed and thought out, with the multiple POV's (points of view) seamlessly interconnecting so that you can loose yourself deeply within the tale. Many of the characters showed that one's strength comes from love, like for example with Idirin; whose broken heart and love for his daughter is touching. With a strong heroic main protagonist (Arroryn) alongside other feisty characters, I felt relaxed in the knowledge that I was reading something assured and fervent.
With great rulers fighting for supremacy and wronged thief's seeking atonement. Greedy and corrupted emissaries seeking solemnity, and a great nation and race of people putting right those wrongs that were put upon them ~ this is a mighty tale of magnificence.
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Idirin is perhaps the most interesting character aside from Threneidir. His daughter Arroryn is a head strong woman brought up in thieves guild. She has to be cunning to survive the streets and she makes her mark several times over.
Threneidir is a heck of a bad guy. He was true to being the snake in the grass, even though at first I wondered if it were just rumors that gave the Vaian their reputation. I really enjoyed watching him unfold in the court and his influence on those around him.
The political intrigue surrounding the story could be a bit daunting at times, and stuttered the pacing for me. I did like the relationship between the princes and how it comes to a head and they have to make some big choices about each other and their futures. I also found the relationships within the thieves guild to be fun and entertaining. The camaraderie between the people in the guild was unwavering and was deeply felt whenever they were clustered in a group.
The pacing somethings drug on when it came to the chess game of court politics, but the guild was a great group to get to know. The characters were developed over time and it was neat to find out what else we could find out about them as the story progressed.
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