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    Another great installment

    Sabine's travels take her group to Razadon, home of the dwarves. There's a mysterious force at play here, causing people to act strangely, resulting in some deaths. When one of her own is suspected of killing a dwarf clan leader, Sabine has to do something huge that she's not quite ready for. She then calls on all her knowledge of Unseelie customs and bargains, doing everything she can to save them. I really enjoyed this story. Sabine is changing and becoming more knowledgeable and powerful, and her relationship with Malek continues to evolve. Loved Blossom in this one! She's such fun. And I really want to know more about the Huntsman! I have no idea how the next one will play out, but I am so excited to read it!
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    Brings the world of the Dwarves to life

    Ok I actually look forward to reading this series and it’s not just because I like the central couple and their romance but because the author seems to have the knack of bringing worlds and customs to life. The last book featured the Merfolk and how Faerie and indeed others has somehow let them horrifically down but this time it’s the Dwarves and the mountain they protect that just might hide the magical artefact they hunt. I will say that obviously things don’t quite go to plan (do they ever ?) but Sabine handles everything with aplomb and best of all it looks like the Wild Hunt has been keeping secrets ! I love that there’s no rush here and the characters don’t hurtle from one chaotic scene to another. There’s time to breathe and get to know and understand the characters and their motives. Sabine and Makek are obviously awesome sauce together but never underestimate a Pixie ! I very much enjoyed seeing Sabine step up to her birthright and she’s clearly going to shake things up and as she’s going to tackle the Demon world next it will be interesting discovering just those family dynamics will work. This voluntary take is of an advanced copy and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

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