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- Print Length: 560 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 1, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0764ZLTTZ
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- Word Wise: Enabled
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The Midnight Dunes (The Landkist Saga Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Enjoy the read, you will be glad you did.
Note: this book was given to me for free in exchange for a review.
Still I find it hard to get over the start of the first book which delved straight in to a battle .
So this journey has brought us here and taught us a lot over the course of three books , we have seen Steven grow in confidence and mature into a first class author. Right from the start in this book you feel comfortable with how the story has moved forward and links past events over the first two books . How this happens is down to Steven and how he crafted the world and main POVs that continues here feeling more relaxed as at times in the first book that sometimes he over complicated things by going to far when describeng things and am please to see it is thought out more here and makes for me a more flowing scene. I hate spoilers in reviews even sometimes people have spoiled the book for me in there reviews and I have just walked away from a interesting book so I will not go into any thing deeply .
Steven is one of those few names who over time will get better and have a real cult following and it will be well deserved so get here early and watch how he sprinkles his magic onto his books
Well deserved 5*
While I was still able to put this book down, and did several times, it was much improved over the last two works. Imagery here was more evocative, in spite of the relative dearth of new scenery. Character focus was tighter, pacing (largely - more on that shortly) was better, and some new ideas were believably added to the Landkist myth he is creating in these works, while exposition (the bane of many new authors sharing their world with the reader) was largely absent. As well, every combat, contest, or meeting between persons did not result in each participant "blading" themselves to the other -a word (with its varients) which littered the pages of book Two as if he recieved financial bonus for each appearance. The author's fighting experience is evident, but his vocabulary has grown well beyond that oft-repeated pose.
Now, pacing. There was less combat in this books than the last, and many more ambiguous meetings where little was shared and less was learned, yet for the most part, the story was more steadily paced than the last, more combat-oriented works. This helped to develop the characters of some new personas introduced in this book, where the last books' over-abundance of characters and combat resulted in a certain bland sameness drawing a pall over all of the characters. Sadly, the resolution of this novel seemingly spanned chapters of fight and fight and fight and fight broken by exposition and a tense "stare down" among Sages. Some further paring of this extended melee in its print form would be appreciated, though it would no doubt be welcome in its current form on the big screen.
I can reccomend this book with the comments above, and hope that Kelliher continues to show similar improvements in future works - which I look forward to reading.