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The Stone of Darkness: The Dragonslayer Series: Book Three of Four Kindle Edition
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The Stone of Darkness continues the story of Astrid, this time concentrating more on her more secretive side and her gems. Resa Nelson keeps the steady and easy storytelling of the second book and once again it was really easy for me to get into it. It took me just a few hours to finish,totally got lost in it. This time is even easier than before to get used to the story. At the first book everything was a little confusing, second book everything was much clearer and now you have a really good idea on what's happening, what's to happen and the characters. It's like you are part of the world too. The most difficult place to adapt is always the dragons. I still have some difficulty understanding how they think and act, but they made sense due time.
Two things were too different for me, and i really liked both. There was more magic while was on her adventure, either the creepy sisters at the start or the alchemists, it gave a different and maybe a little darker vibe to the story. Second, was the big female party Astrid had for company. I didn't like all of them but it was a nice change. It made the story more dangerous and it was also a good chance for us to see how the world changed after the events of the 2nd book.
Of course i loved Astrid again! She grows once again and learns new things. I love love her as a character. I love how she is presented, because we constantly change in our lives and i see that in every important scene from Astrid's life.
Again i missed Randim and DiStephan. They were there, but i just want more of them you know.
Resa Nelson offered once again an great adventure with one of the most strong and real female characters i've met. If you haven't start the series be sure to do.
The Stone of Darkness digs much deeper into Astrid's mental makeup. Different sides of her attitude are shown and her pent up emotions begin to play a large role in her journey. The aspect that makes this journey of Astrid's so compelling lies within the unknown: the unknown power behind the stone of darkness, the unknown path of the Krystr army, and the unknown path Astrid's challenges will lead her. After already reading through two of Nelson's books in this series you would think you'd be able to predict what's coming next, faster and easier. Thankfully, Nelson manages to keep the veil over your eyes as Astrid's story ends with a completely shocking twist!
Fantasy fans will readily enjoy the continuation of the Dragonslayer series. Especially as the conclusion of The Stone of Darkness raises questions and ends with the mother of all cliffhangers!
Originally posted on Lovey Dovey Books
*ebook provided by author in exchange for an honest review*