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    Fast-Paced Non-Stop Action!

    This is a very fast-paced novel with tons of action from the opening scenes right through to the thundering ending. The principal character, Shar (the Songweaver of the title), is a fascinating young woman intent on taking the world on her terms. Songweavers are minstrels with magical abilities. Shar is all of this but also a thief and an extremely skilled fighter. At first, her light fingers bothered me a little, but as her peculiar sense of honor and morality become clear, I couldn’t help but love her. The big villains of this book are a group of slavers and, let’s face it, who doesn’t like to read about slavers being taken down hard. There’s also a large array of magical races and creatures populating these pages—a dwarf ranger who was easily my favorite character in the story, elves, centaurs, brownies, half-orcs, bugbears, and so many more—and Johnson does an excellent job of keeping them from being just the latest monster to cause his heroes problems. If you like a story with strong moral imperatives where in Magnificent Seven fashion some unlikely heroes are called on to bring some justice to the land, then you should read Songweaver. I’m glad that I did.

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