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Weremage: A Book of Underrealm Hardcover – June 2, 2017
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Solid storytelling and interesting characters. This entire series is worth a read.
It has many tropes, but they are done well. The MAIN CRITICISM I have of the series is editor-related. Each book has many mistakes (beyond a normally acceptable level) that should have been caught by an editor. There are even some examples in Weremage, which has the most issues I have noticed, that seem to be created by the editor. For example, party A asks "which way did he go?" Party B answers "south." The following line is "Party A made south without bothering to answer."
Answer what? It seems clear that someone, perhaps the editor or perhaps the author, trimmed the dialogue and removed a question (probably "Why?") from party B's lines.
ALL OF THAT SAID, while these kinds of mistakes show a lack of polish, I have zero regrets about spending money on this series. Very entertaining!
Robinson picks up shortly after the conclusion of Shadeborn, and moves the story in a new, interesting direction.
No longer fleeing and being hunted, Loren now becomes the hunter and pursuer, and it makes for an excellent story.
In addition to that change, new characters are introduced, which can always be risky 5 books into a series, but Robinson pulls this off nicely by making the new characters varied enough to be distinct, while also fitting in with the existing crew.
New changes come about for that existing set of companions, more than one unexpectedly so, as well!
The story focuses fully on the thrill of adventure and travel, which while not carrying the same underlying sense of urgency found in the previous books, actually feels adventurous and positive, giving the overall feeling a very different tone.
Finally, Robinson outdoes himself with making sure nothing is the same at the conclusion, dropping a couple of the biggest shockers (and masterfully so) of the series to date.
All in all, an excellent read, and a pleasing non-letdown after Shadeborn.
This story sees Loren leading her own group as they seek those who are responsible for the war that is on the edge of taking over all of the Underrealm.
Unfortunately, Chet is still a constant figure. I did not like him becoming a permanent member of the group in the last book. He is whiny, sullen, brings nothing beneficial to the group, and really serves as not much more than Loren's love interest. I keep hoping he will leave, but that is not to be.