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I really really like this pre-trilogy to Cheney's Dreaming Death (Palace of Dream Series). It's kind of like...a cozy post-apocalyptic fantasy adventure. Is that a genre? It should be. This is the third book in the series, and I'm assuming, the final since the teaser at the end leads into Dreaming Death. Also some loose ends are tied up, so I have the feeling the overall impending political upheaval in the land of Larossa is what we encounter in Dreaming Death.
Amal is still dealing with the repercussions of marrying the mysterious Dalyan when she is called home suddenly, leaving Dalyan to face the King. In this book, we watch Amal deal with being pregnant while she handles two more mysterious strangers who look like Dalyan. This is the cozy part for me. Most of the action is actually people in the Horn Fortress going to talk to each other or going to ask questions of the prisoners. But this is where Cheney excels-- I'm already in love with Amal and her family-group, and watching the way they care for each other and their Fortress while dancing around each other's weaknesses is really satisfying.
There are developments in the search for the Salonen Fortress and some lovely bits between Amal and Dalyan when he returns that both explain why he so fiercely protected Nimi-- his dog with one leg-- and also reveal the emotional depth of their relationship as Amal keeps on helping Dalyan realize he is not defined by his genetics.
The epilogue gives us just a taste of the rich life Amal and her family group are embarking on, and I am sad I don't get to see them handle the Salonen Fortress :( But hopefully the next Palace of Dreams novel will come out soon. Hint. Hint.