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    Ferdinand's review of The Severed City

    Keira is still imprisoned forced into complacency by the Rahain on threat of her brother's life, Killop is the head of escaped Kellack Brigdomin(selected to be their chief), Daphne is at Plateau City with Killop's child and the new threat of church fanatics, and Shella will always be feisty Shella who is plagued with loss and contempt for the Rahain. The sequel to The Queen's Executioner promises to dive more into the magelands, introducing the Sanang and their peculiar brand of leadership, not forgetting the mystery as to what their dark mages could actually do. This book was simply spectacular and nurtured its characters masterfully to the point that I am emotionally invested in all their outcomes.
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    This book is awesome!

    It starts right at the point where the other stopped - which is great, I don't like when books just "skip" events - this makes the story more realistic to the reader. I don't know why, but somehow Keira is always my favorite, even when she is not "good"... I guess that's it, she is not "good" and that makes her a real and relatable character. Nothing is just "black and white" and is in that grey area that Keira thrives. Once again the author did it. He created new worlds and introduced new people and scenarios. That was very captivating to me, being always discovering new things made me want to read more and more. I'm very glad that this book starts with a description of the different races and their homes, this is a great aid for the reader to come back and check some details about the charaters that may have been forgoten. I am very excited to read the next book and be able to see more of this characters and where the story is going to lead. P.S.: I don't know if I'm being influenced by the recent (oh boy, so recent!) ending of Game of Thrones, but I've been noticing some GoT vibes in the overall story - the first book brought to us a little bit of a "mad queen", a burnt city - although this story was written before that (I love it!). ** I received an advance review copy of this book - This is my honest (and non paid) review of "The Queen's Executioner" **

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