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Shadeborn: A Book of Underrealm (The Nightblade Epic) (Volume 4) Paperback – April 14, 2017
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Top Customer Reviews
Moving at nearly breakneck speed, I found Shadeborn impossible to put down during the second half of the book, reading that portion over the course of 1 night.
With Loren fully fleshed out as a character, we really get the chance to explore and understand the others in the group, with some very pleasant surprises, particularly with the introduction of some new characters.
Frequently in series when I encounter new characters this far into the story, I often wonder why they are being introduced and that it usually feels forced, almost as though the author needed some fresh idea. The new characters in Shadeborn do not feel this way as they each have their own place in the story, without it feeling like they just like some other character.
In the end, though it is in the middle of the entire overarching story, I enjoyed Shadeborn the most, and found myself eager to move on to the next story.
No matter your motivation for starting the series, I can assure you that once you reach this point, you will absolutely be motivated to keep reading because you cannot wait to see what might happen next... and as Robinson has shown before, you can never be sure what that will be!
However, be forewarned: There are a lot of technical errors (such as typos and accidentally swapping character names in a sentence). Overall good, though, and the progression has fewer stale segments than previous parts of the series!
This one takes a bit of a twist when Loren finds herself as the leader of their little group and realizes she has to make some tough decisions in order to keep them safe (or as safe as possible when they're constantly being thrust into more and more turmoil).
I love how the relationships between the characters continue to grow and how much they protect each other.
Read this book, you won't be disappointed!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Although the story was slower moving in this volume of Underrealm it 2 as as exciting if not...Read more