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  • Shadow of the crown

    I am a fairly slow reader,but this book really kept me going.a bit bloodthirsty,but ok I like the style and the continuity and highly recommend it,along with the other books in the crown series

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  • enjoyed

    The story continues as Anna gathers her forces to reclaim her lost country. She builds coalitions with diverse and formally hostile groups. Creating a united force

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  • Unbelievably hard to put down

    The only adjective I've used during this book series is 'Amazing' can't seem to find another word to equal that....must but a dictionary. All I had to do was read book 1 and I was instantly hooked. Bought all the available books in the series halfway through book 1, and I'm not sorry. I can't wait for the next book.

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  • OMG, once you get into this book you can’t get out

    How can they possibly exit the dungeons? Or will it simply be another obstacle that they need to conquer? I am not a fan of the vivid battle scenes, but I’ve come to see how the author uses them to add to the personalities of each character, helping the reader know them even better. How the author gives us just enough description to follow the travels of this unlikely group of heroes, without bombarding us with unnecessary details, is something throughout this series that I have come to appreciate. I am truly looking forward to the next chapter.

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  • Girl Power!

    Torn down from the heights of success and thrown into the dungeon of despair, Anna and her Knights of the Hound suffer greatly, and yet the Gods look kindly upon her as it appears she had great deeds to perform. A long cross-country escape leads them to a fantastic discovery, which in turn reunites them with beloved friends. From there the founding of a new home and on to the forging of powerful new allies. Anna, Gerald, Beverly, and the rest all play a part in fighting back the shadows that threaten not only the lands of Merceria but far beyond as well. As with the earlier book of this series, I recommend Shadow of the Crown with the same gusto. Pick it up and enjoy a nice session without having to keep track of your bonuses and saving throws. (If you're not a gamer, don't worry. It was funny. Just smile and nod.)

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