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I tried reading the next book in the series, and I just couldn't do it. It is the same old,"Poor young man finds out his parents are not biological, but really he's royalty and fights to get his rights backs" plot and I just wasn't interested.
I still really enjoyed this book. Even thought I got it for free, I am pretty sure I would still buy this book. I think you could read it as a stand alone, pretty much knowing how the series will end from the plot.
I really enjoyed the book except for the ending. I'm not going to give away the ending, but when one of the main characters in the book dies, you go,"Well, crap, I didn't expect that would happen!" One of the characters is a bit of a Greek Cassandra, where this person makes predictions that are going to happen, but nobody believes the person until it is way too late. The book to me is a bit of a Greek tragedy wrapped up in a medieval fantasy situation.
I got this book for free, but I am totally willing pay for the next book.
If you want a story about a strong female knight responsible for saving the kingdom, read "Defy." This book will just leave you disappointed.
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