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I've found this series amazing. The Author has a wonderful imagination and keeps adding new characters/creatures/enemies/beings/etc. It just doesn't get stale. This is great escapist fun reading. Once you read this first book you should be hooked. It will not disappoint.
Many times the first book is great and than each following book get's old, or stops moving. I was a fan of the game of thrones series and than the last two books proceeded at such a snails pace, I vowed never to read another book by Martin. I have read other series by less known authors and the books keep getting boring as everything is regurgitated.
On the other hand, this book is continually action packed and metamorphing
This is light reading, just pleasant fantasy trash.!!!
This series is a perfect example of the digital revolution of books. In the past, due to the cost of publishing a book it might not have made it to the stores. Amazon publishes it in Kindle. A few read it and rate it highly, than with Amazons knowledge of my tastes it shows up as a likely read. I see the ratings I tried it an love it and put up a 5 star rating.
It will be interesting to see if when a book has success in Kindle will it eventually go mainstream and be published through regular channels.
I was intrigued by the series as it gave me a vision of Sorcery and Magic as I had not seen it before. While on the surface the magic system for this series may seem derivative of the AD&D system, in actuality, the author fully expands that to a well defined and logical development of the use of Magic in this world.
In previous offerings, I was repeatedly brought out of the story due to some uneven editing and blatant proofing errors, but I am glad to see that Deskins has spent more time in post production giving his works a more polished feel.
His stories are a good solid read, his characters (an unevenly distributed wealth of characters)have a vibrancy that show that the author has fully visualized his creations before setting them to page.
Overall, the series has been a real found joy to read, it is very interesting to watch an author hone his craft and to see that each story that follows improves in quality and readability.
I look forward to the next entry in the series.
This book begins with Maude's Marauders and the quest to find Dondalar's Helm(sp?). It quickly escalates into a final confrontation between Azerick and North Haven against Ulric and his mercenaries. It kept a great pace throughout the book and It began filling us in on some of the things that have been going on in the previous three books. Big things happen, Azerick adds to his motley crew, and the comic releif is never lacking.
There were a few things that I wish were included in the main part of the book. I have not read the deleted chapters from book 3 or 4 that I beleive were included in the end. That said I wish we had a chapter where Maude's Marauders informed the king about what happened with the armor and of Azerick's part in it. It would have been nice to see the king realize what Azerick has done for him and begin to take note in his dealings. All in all this was a great book, and I will definately be purchasing the rest of the books in this series.
This review is for the entire series focusing on fourth book .
Why did I give it a 5 star?
First reason, editing has improved a lot over the series but this one has the best editing among all of Brock's books.
There is however one part where Aggie becomes Maggie. :)
Second reason, love the sense of humour.
Third, Sandy is a great introduction to the series.
Fourth , I like the character of Azerick more than Kvothe in Patrick Rothfuss's books, because Kvothe seems to be without a flaw(he is a smartass but a nice one) whereas Azerick's reactions are more normal, more what you would except what a normal person would behave in those sad circumstances. Main difference; Azerick has this indomitable will which will not break. He is flawed but he loves too and that makes him a great person. He will do whatever it takes to keeps his adopted family safe. This is something I can really understand and empathize with. I can keep on rambling on about how much I like Azerick but I will stop here.
When is Maude and company going to join Azerick, more of Tarth please.
BTW Brock one quick question, how long is this series going to be?