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Linkershim: Sovereign of the Seven Isles: Book Six (Volume 6) Paperback – September 24, 2013
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And it is so long between books that I forget who is who and what their contribution to the story is.
The Linkershim were truly wondrous and all the magical beings that Alexander is setting free should make the Seven Isles a place of breathtaking beauty once this is all over with. Mr. Wells?? When all the evil is done and the Seven Isles are restored to its original magical brilliance, can we have a book about that? The Wizard's Keep restored? All the good things that will happen because of Alexander's stand for the Old Law?
I have read the reviews that mention the book needing an editor, but I can only assume that an editor was indeed found. I find this book to be well written, and few/no spelling or very obviously bad sentences. The book isn't written for English teachers, but is, in my opinion, written well for its target audience, that of mainstream adults who have patience with a 7-book series, and believe in the basic ideas of the 'Old Law', and Good/Evil.
What I found odd though is how confident the main character is, yet how skillfully inept. In a series like this, I like to see the hero advancing his skills, but in this he seems completely at the mercy of even the most mundane villain.
I'm not sure what to think of it, however it did impact my enjoyment of the series. Someone described it as filler. I suspect that's the case.