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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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James has never been one of my favorite characters, but this book pulled him up quite a bit in my esteem. After some woe-is-me shenanigans, James has something happen (no spoilers!) which leaves someone utterly dependent upon him. Watching James grow into that role was lovely. And his paternal instincts! I might've actually swooned a little.
Peter, Raven and Morey are steadfast, as always. The tension between Penny and Raven, as well as Peter’s trust in the search dragon were delicious.
The biggest character arch in this episode involves, as the title suggests, dear little (or maybe not so little anymore) Clyde. As we learn more and more about snail shark society in Lloegyr and the two factions, Clyde is faced with a temptation few could resist, and a huge decision weighs heavily upon his left-spiraling shell. What will he decide? How will Penny cope with his decisions? And can their mother-child bond survive when Clyde finally learns the truth about what happened to his real mum?
Fans of this series are sure to be delighted by Vengeance of Snails. I know I certainly was!
**I received an electronic ARC of this book from the author which I then chose to voluntarily review**
This book is yet another emotional ride on the fantasy train of Lloegyr, and I loved it. Penny has a lot to contend with, and is still avoiding dealing with her feelings for a certain dragon. But she's got a lot on her plate. We also meet a fun new character - a southern praying mantis who can understand more than the average creature and works as a bit of an interpreter. If you haven't started the Penny White series yet, you need to hop on the train!
I received an ARC of this book with no obligation to review. This is my honest opinion.
And, of course, there's a very satisfying answer to why Clyde can fly. I was eagerly awaiting this book because the mental image of the snail sharks stuck with me, and an entire book about them was a delightful treat.
The only thing I was less sure about was that it felt to me like there was much more 'overt' Christian teaching in the novel and a couple of times I started to feel I was being 'preached' at. I think this is largely because it was unexpected as it's not so apparent in the previous books. However, it didn't detract from my overall enjoyment and I'm already awaiting the next book in the series with eagerness.
I've enjoyed all the books in the series, but I think this was one of the best for me. It's something about the snails!
I'd recommend this to anyone as an imaginative and enjoyable read.
This book gave me new characters to love, and reminded me why I adore the long-standing ones.
I always highly recommend this series to people who ask what I've recently read, and I can imagine that I will continue to do so for years to come.
As ever, the author deals with real moral dilemmas through the medium of fantasy.
I can only recommend it wholeheartedly.