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    kinda okay

    With our group of main characters narrowly escaping the siege at the northern stronghold, they escape into the Northern Plains to outrun their Brigantine pursuers. Necessity takes them into the demon tunnels, where the others, too, discover how unusual it is. Tash herself gets a chance to explore more of it, and comes away with more questions that she wants to try to answer. As their paths diverge once again, Catherine and Ambrose head towards the Pitorian armies, Edyon and March go over to make way to Caldoria with a letter from Tzasyn in hand and Tash remains in the demon world to solve some mysteries. This book is marginally better than the previous in that the pacing is a bit better, but it still suffers from the problem of not realizing its plot arcs well. Catherine, after returning to the Pitorians, takes control of the monarchy by claiming to be Tzasyn's wife and has to show strength. But as the strain of ruling starts taking its toll on her, and her life also becomes threatened, she starts depending on the demon smoke to feel invincible, but if this is going to make a difference in her arc going forward is still up in the air. And Ambrose, who I thought to be boring in the previous book, just becomes annoying in this one; he resents Catherine a bit for what she has to do, and I get that he's feeling like he's being swept aside for power, but dude, her life is at stake here. Edyon's and March's romance progresses but March's lie still hangs like a sword above it. That was perhaps the only arc that was realized in this book. The ending was pretty much abrupt for most of the other characters, with Tash maybe on a cliffhanger, but Catherine and Ambrose like uh, what?

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