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In the first book, Catwin, an orphan girl raised by a town healer gets swept away by court intrigue when she is chosen to be a shadow - assassin if you will. She gets trained as a shadow to Miriel DeVere. You can say they both hate each other at first. And apparently, it is Catwin's destiny to be betrayed by someone. The person who betrayed her, and you don't see this until the third book, shocked me and normally, I can pinpoint exactly what happens in novels.
This is a fresh new breath in the fantasy pool and there isn't even a hint of magic and sorcery in it. It's so realistic I felt drawn to the characters and empathized with Catwin and Miriel. Even the supporting characters felt real. I would recommend this trilogy to go on any reader's shelf. I'd love to see more books from Moira Katson in the near future.
again, anyone browsing reviews, "The Shadow & Light" books awesome & a "must read "! I promise you won't be disappointed. :)
The plot is familiar enough to not need an over abundance of explanation - court intrigue, war, love, power. But it's unique enough to hold your attention, to demand to be read.
The characters grew and learned throughout the books. They were complex and interesting and not at all perfect.
I spent the last four chapters or so crying. And there is no higher praise than that. To come to love a world and characters enough that their heartache, chaos, grief becomes my own.