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    SAINT'S BLOOD: Valor, Heartbreak, and Revelations

    On the day of your first reading of SAINT'S BLOOD, the third book in the Greatcoat series by Sebastien de Castell, you will know what to expect: brilliant writing, characters you love or loathe (sometimes both at once), and a fully realized world. You don't want to live there, but you admire it all the same, and you can't wait to read more. The first chapter, containing advice for those about to fight their first duel, will make you smile, chuckle, perhaps even laugh aloud. Were you new to the Greatcoats, you might expect the story to continue in this light, amusing vein, but you have read TRAITOR'S BLADE and KNIGHT'S SHADOW, and you know better. You know this won't last. You know there are bad things coming. And you can't wait to read more. You discover that someone or something is killing the Saints. You know that Falcio, Kest, and Brasti will need to find out who, what, and why and put a stop to it. You know you will be afraid for them and for the people around them. You know they will exhibit valor (always) and intelligence (most of the time). You know they will fight for what is right against impossible odds, and support each other no matter the circumstances (though not without occasional griping and some well-timed jibes). You know one or all of them will be hurt, physically, psychologically, and/or emotionally. You know they might be killed and you might have your heart broken. And even when all this happens, you can't wait to read more. As you read, so much is revealed. Who, what, and why, of course. Unexpected layers in the characters you love, the characters you loathe, and those you're not yet decided about. How gods are made, and the strength of saints. That one who would die for love can be saved by one who will die for life. The wisdom of Brasti Goodbow. And that everyone can be more than one thing. You will think you're finished then. But you read the acknowledgements, because you want to know everyone who helped to bring the Greatcoats to you. When you do, you are rewarded by having your heart broken all over again. And you still want to read more. Fortunately, TYRANT'S THRONE, the fourth book of the Greatcoats, was published in April of 2017.

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