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  • Fast Paced & Engrossing.

    The writing is very crisp & clean - there isn't any wasted words. I noticed a more philosophical bent (predestination/free will) than most fantasy novels, including his previous book. The dialogue is quite good & the world building is done in unique ways with a lot of inference instead of blatent showing. There is quite a bit of horror, on screen&off, but nothing sexual. The novel will be very difficult to understand without reading the previous book. The story is very much about memory, redemption, faith, doubt, and choices. The cover art for both books relates to nothing I read in the novels. 9/10

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  • Epic

    A very unique take on power, magic and limitations. Enjoyed trying to decifer the past. Thank you james

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  • Thrilling and Dramatic

    Even better than the previous novel, this story weaves in more world building, drama, tension, and heaps more action. I loved every minute of this book and can’t wait to see what comes next. Davian had a great journey with new and old allies, discovering secrets about not only the Augurs but his role in what is to come. Weir had the most emotional storyline, dealing with not only his burdens as Northwarden, but the truth about his parents and the way their beliefs challenged him. Asha was also a compelling character, using her skills as a spy to uncover all sorts of secrets and manage her alliances and friendships. Caeden had one of the most compelling arcs. As his memories returned, he struggled to maintain his faith in what was right versus what he re-learned. I honestly enjoyed many of the conversations he had with characters from his past, both allies and enemies. The world building remains immersive thanks to the expert writing and style. The book also contains plenty more visceral actions scenes while balancing the emotional stakes. I’ve deeply enjoyed this book and with its many cliffhangers, I’m eager to see how it all wraps up in the end. Highly recommended for anyone who loves epic, sweeping fantasy!

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