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Shadow Grail #3: Sacrifices Hardcover – April 2, 2013
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About the Author
MERCEDES LACKEY is the author of the Valdemar novels. She has collaborated with Andre Norton on the Elvenbane series and with James Mallory on the bestselling Obsidian Trilogy. She lives with her husband in Oklahoma.
ROSEMARY EDGHILL is a prolific writer in several genres, under her own name and various pseudonyms. She lives in Baltimore, Maryland, with several cats and several Cavalier King Charles spaniels, which she shows in obedience competitions.
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It's not as spell binding as some of Mercedes other series, but it's an enjoyable story that occasionally has an unexpected twist. I agree that there are numerous references to the past (which was well covered in #1 and #2), but for those who have read dozens of other books while waiting on this one, it's a nice reminder of the critical plot points, and a common literary device particularly when the main storyline follows the development and maturation of a young protagonist like Spirit. Her interpretation of past events slowly shifts as she learns more about magic, Oakhurst Academy, and her fellow students. For those who complain that the story is dragging on too long and there's not enough action, yes, there are good deal of pages that are very introspective. Instead of "slowing the action down", they are intended to reveal the main character's development (angst-filled teenagers don't become level-headed adults overnight).