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This is a gripping blend of fantasy and mystery set in colonial Boston right before the Revolutionary War. The historical background is woven in so carefully and skillfully that it is just there in the background. You are never hit over the head with the time or place, but it is still integral to the story.
The villains of the story are drawn in various shades of gray. You won't agree with their actions, but you will understand them.
Ethan is far braver than I. He keeps on struggling to do what he believes to be right under incredible odds. He is engaged to solve a
grave robbing and worse case that is far more complex than anyone imagines.
A Plunder of Souls is a wonderful read and I highly recommend it.
A Plunder of Souls gets off to an unfortunate start. By book three, my default is the less Sephira Pryce, the better. Ethan and Sephira’s relationship begins to change during the book, though, and she winds up playing a different, more interesting, role here than in the first two books. We also continue to see a more assertive Kaille, a welcome bit of character progression in the second book.
Unfortunately, American history takes a back seat in book three. The main historical event of note is a minor influenza epidemic. Samuel Adams makes a cameo, but otherwise the Sons of Liberty are silent. This is particularly disappointing after the second book.
I do have one particular complaint about the ending. Jackson makes a decision that I think is about future books, not this one and this one suffers for it. It isn’t going to stop me from waiting with anticipation for the next book, though.
I like Ethan, and can feel for him trying to do the right thing and not taking the easy route. Things are starting to ramp up, as the spells come flying and the politics is starting to get more serious, and Ethan has to balance a lot of concerns in his life during a trying time. Plus, the mystery of what is going on and who is behind it kept me interested.
I look forward to more.
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Ethan Kaille as a revolutionary war era sorcerer in Boston, working as a Thief-taker (kind of like a modern day PI).Read more