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Shadow in the Deep (The Binding of the Blade, Book 3) Paperback – May 21, 2006
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To appreciate the developing crisis and ongoing history of the Kirthanin world, these books should be read sequentially. May God keep the author healthy, safe, and inspired through the fulfillment of the saga, and may Book 4 be completed soon!
I have read it twice since I bought it. Each time it was hard to put the books down once I picked them up. The world that is in these books is pretty big. I really enjoyed the glimpses of a Big history that if given throughout the book. That is something I like about LoTR, and I believe this book does a good job with that as well. It makes you feel like your reading about something much bigger than only what's contained in the book.
The only slight problem with the book is the same as I mentioned about the first two, which is that some of the dialogue seems too modern at times. Mom and dad, instead of mother and father, and similar things that just didn't feel "medieval" enough. This is a very minor concern, though, and is very subjective. I am definitely looking forward to book four in this great series!