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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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I felt at parts I wasn't sure there was character development to back up actions that were taken, but the overarching story made up for those brief moments. I felt myself rooting for Corred, wondering who Remiel is and concerned for Olwen. I was invested in so many of the characters and was nervous as the climax neared. It was the a beautiful beginning to what I hope is an epic series.
My favorite part of the story... there are pieces from the very beginning that pique your interested but aren't fully developed --yet you see the threads in various parts of the whole story and wonder how it'll all piece together! Also--the very end made me wish the next book in the series was written. It leaves you wanting more--which is the best place a book can leave you.
I have great hope for how the story will be developed further and how it'll all piece together. Highly recommended it.
This story is very engaging from the start and held my interest to the end. For an unseasoned author, I was impressed with his ability to submerge me in the scenes by way of description (smells, feelings, sounds, sights).
The story itself is well written, being multi-dimensional as Clark gets us into the heads of characters on all sides of the plot and brings perspectives that invest the reader in more than just the main protagonist. I love geography in a novel, and there is plenty of that here. Though the map of The Lowlands came out late and was not in the first edition, I was thankful to have it for reference via the author's website.