The Witch and the Cathedral (The Royal Wizard of Yurt Book 4) Kindle Edition
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But, since I'm here...
A Bad Spell in Yurt, and to some extent, The Wood Nymph and the Cranky Saint (The Royal Wizard of Yurt Book 2), are a bit like a skeleton. They started the framework for the series. Entertaining, if a bit superficial. In Mage Quest (The Royal Wizard of Yurt Book 3) and now this one, it's like the author has taken her sketch and colored it in, and it's becoming clear that this lady is a real artist. The characters have deepened. The plots have started to feel more sinister. And I realize how much I've come to care about Yurt and its inhabitants.
So maybe it's good that I decided to write a review after all - it gives me the chance to speak to those who read book one, and maybe book two, and are skipping ahead to see whether the series is worth continuing. My opinion? It just keeps getting better and better.
Unfortunately in this case it feels like the editor asked for a new installment and that the author didn't really know what to talk about: it's slow paced, the story has no depth; in other words it's not as entertaining as the previous episodes.
Not a bad read, but not a good one either.