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    Bladelore

    I have read the first trilogy, The Meratis Trilogy, and this trilogy, and am so absorbed in it that I am currently reading the first of the Nayis Trilogy. Can't wait for the next 2 books. I would compare her writing to that of L.E. Modesitt Jr..
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    The main character Venn Connel who is a trained assassin by trade is in the biggest fight to protect the friends and family she loves and cares for. The man who has stolen her heart is Will is a magic user of which he is also still learning how to control a demon beast that has created from a dark magic spell. The armies that Queen Ansala builds go against a army of fighters that are created from people that are either severely injured or dead and are like a walking dead but with a body armor of blood and are hard to kill... I found this book full of action with lots of love entwined around Venn and Will... I believe it is there strong love and trust that helps aid them in winning the war... If want to find out more... you need to read the book I have received a review copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
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    All good things must come to an end

    A brilliant end to the Cadis trilogy. Solid from start to finish. All of the loose ends are tied off well. Wonderful dialogue paired with great descriptions of fights keep you hooked right to the end.
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