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  • It's paying a visit to old friends

    When it's a year or more between reading a sequel, I often only have a hazy memory of the characters. Not so with this book. Although it seems ages since I read Map of Shadows, Sienna and her crew stayed with me. Opening Map of Plagues made it seem like only yesterday that these friends last ventured into the Borderlands. The characters are vividly drawn as are the landscapes, the conflicts and the impossible choices these people must make. These books make me want to visit Bath, but I'll be on the watch for portals....

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  • Grimdark tale full of magic.

    Everyone has their own agenda and things they want from their magic and the world. This time we travel deeper into the Borderlands with a lot of magic, mystery, adventure, wonder and danger. I especially liked the Library of Alexandria, the city beneath the water and the city in the air. The way the maps keep themselves alive with the Illuminated Cartographer… Dark Fantasy at its best! Mila was once again the character that I understood best. Sienna stays a little standoffish IMO, though her magic and how it draws her is quite vivid. I like Jari, despite everything, and find myself wondering about her past… Perry is still my favourite character. This grimdark tale might not be for everyone, but if you like history, magic and maps, you will enjoy this book. Star rating: Editing: 4 stars Premise: 5 stars Wonder: 4 stars Trigger warnings: slavery, rape, forced pregnancies, genocide, blood sacrifice (including children), thoughts of self-harm/suicide, murder and other atrocities that might be a trigger for some. Overall: 4 stars Total = 4 stars *I received an ARC from the author and this is my honest opinion.

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  • Fast Pacing

    The second book in the Mapwalkers series delves deeper into the relationships, the what-ifs, and the could-bes of each of the characters from the first book, while delivering a new race-against-time story of borders, passion, and impossible choices.

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  • Thought-provoking

    I very much enjoyed this sequel to Map of Shadows. It is more than entertaining, it is thought-provoking. Of course, it is only fiction, but it makes you wonder, what happens to, especially, the people we forget, or turn a blind eye to. Sienna Farren longs to bring Earthside and the Borderlands together, but in the end, she must make a choice between the two worlds, with heartbreaking consequences. Recommended.

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  • Full of twists and turns.

    This book was much better than the first one in the series. Much better written and certainly had more to the storyline. Plenty of twists and turns involving the characters. I felt I needed to keep on reading longer than I normally would so that must be a good sign it is a better book.

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