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Nocturne (Tome of Fire Trilogy) Mass Market Paperback – October 25, 2011
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Seems like a lot of the themes came off a bit derpy.
This book as well as those before it have a bad habit of trying to rehash information we have already known, repeatedly.
I know that many of the Salamander novels have some connection to each other, so it's possible that another series may be planned to continue this story.
Although I didn't get what I excepted, this was still a good book, just not the great book I wanted. If you read the first 2, I really recommend picking this one up.
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The third and final book in the 'Tome of Fire' trilogy, 'Nocturne' is a reasonably entertaining book with some very nice scenes throughout but unfortunately it doesn't seem to be quite as good as the previous two books for some reason. Part of the reason for this may be that there are a few too many different plot lines to follow, leading to some characters and events being somewhat underused and slightly wasted. The book also seems to relegate Dak'ir and Tsu'gan to side characters and doesn't seem really have a main character. On the plus side though, some of the action scenes in the book are nicely written and although the ultimate ending of the book, and the trilogy, is somewhat lacklustre there are some interesting moments and some plot threads that are left open for future stories.
Overall this book was entertaining, if slightly disappointing in places. I did have a bit of trouble keeping my interest in the book at points but I would say that it is still worth reading. I feel that the book is worth around three and a half stars.
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