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Transmogrification Games (Sellswords & Spellweavers series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B087C5KKDW
- Publication date : July 8, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2900 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 221 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #361,456 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is book three of this series but it is written as a standalone. You can read this one without reading the first and only miss some of the background
This is a high fantasy story with magic and fantastic races. The story is well written and easy to read, something I have come to expect from our author and she never disappoints. The characters are also well developed and the true stars of the show. I love our two heroines and their banter, while our hero provides both the level head and a sense of humor. The plot is also well thought out and complex, keeping us guessing as to what comes next. Overall, these elements all blend into a fantastic story that is hard to put down once you start. I am definitely looking forward to seeing more books in this series.
I received an ARC from Story Origin for review purposes.
Ford delivers a delightfully twisty mystery wrapped in the trappings of a fantasy in "Transmogrification Games: ( Sellswords & Spellweaves, Book 3 )".
The author, as I have become to expect, has delivered more great world building and character development.
I really enjoyed some of the "fowl" situations that Liss found herself in. Ford kept me guessing as to who was playing the titular transmogrification games in this entertaining page turner of a tale. I also liked how the author did a call back to the first two novels in the series.
I recommend that you, my fellow reader, go grab this book and read it! You won't regret doing so.
In the interest of transparency: I was given a review copy of this book and I am voluntarily sharing this review.
It is my own honest opinion.
I received a free copy of Transmogrification Games, but that did not affect my review.
I felt this book had the best buildup and mystery of the series. The latter kept me guessing and wondering all while increasing tension as seemingly random and tragic events brought the community of Eerie to the breaking point. I liked how the story delved into the growing fear, suspicion, and outrage between the non-magical and magical communities (something that had been simmering since the climax of the first book). The perplexing mystery and buildup kept me turning pages, eager to see what happened next.
Unfortunately, the climax, resolution, and villain’s motive did not live up to my (by then) high expectations. Some things were not quite as they seemed, one twist had me confused as to how the villain did it, and an aspect or two of the mystery were not adequately explained (unless I missed it). Overall, the climax and ending were okay, but a bit disappointing after the buildup.
On the plus side, a couple new characters were introduced (who will become regulars) and returning ones tag along or have important moments. Also, the book has its lighter, humorous moments … usually involving transformations and the banter that follows them.
This series is just fun, with enough intrigue and action to make a captivating, enjoyable, fairly light-hearted read (though there are tense moments for sure!).