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LIAM (The Rylee Adamson Epilogues Book 2) (English Edition)
LIAM (The Rylee Adamson Epilogues Book 2) (English Edition)
Preis: EUR 2,99

4.0 von 5 Sternen Finally, Liam's fans get their share – a whole book from his perspective, 24. Juli 2016
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Note: this is the 2nd book of the “Rylee Adamson Epilogues” and these are technically the sequel-series of the “Rylee Adamson” series. So I recommend to not start reading here. If you're new to the Rylee Adamson books, best start with “Priceless”.

Review
Like most of the readers of the “Rylee Adamson” series, I'm a fan of Liam. How could I not? He is this cool “former agent turned into uber-powerful Guardion” who even died for Rylee and their daughter and then came back sharing the body of the hot vampire Faris, who at the end of “Blood of the Lost” was literally burned out of his own body. So there is the cop-attitude, the whole Guardian-thing and last not least the awesomeness that is the character of Liam that make “Liam” a feast for each fan.

In the last installment it was Rylee who had to go away, going on a salvage that was not just to find a disappeared girl, but for Rylee to find herself again as well. She did have her problems being a vampire and all. But Liam was her rock, apparently sure of himself and his place in life. But obviously, looks can be deceiving. But first things first:
the book starts exactly where “Rylee” ended: the ogre triplets are dying, because they need the mother's milk of another ogre to survive their first months. And since the only ogres Rylee and Liam know are still alive, are the hostile ones in Seattle, this is where one of them has to go: Liam. And while he is on his journey, his inner struggles and challenges come to the surface. He is not at all cool about being Liam in Faris' body. He has his doubts that make it impossible for him to shift into a wolf anymore. His communication with his wolf is somehow... “challenged”.

So this trip to Seattle is Liam's “hero's journey”: while searching for a female ogre willing to be a wet-nurse for the triplets, he meets other people, faces lots of obstacles, gets into a lot of fights and ultimately has to look deep into himself.
As with the other books in the two series, there is lots of fast paced action without many moments to take a breath. And Liam is as fitting a protagonist for such a kind of story, as is Rylee. But I have to admit, Rylee sounds a bit more authentic, than Liam does. He feels a bit more like a fantasy figure, where Rylee could live next door, vampirism notwithstanding. But his struggles felt realistic enough to pull me in. Especially his feelings towards Rylee and all he considers his pack feel genuine. I liked that. [Not as much as his fighting prowess, mind you]
My only real complaint, is the bit of “deus ex machina” events that felt a bit too conveniently. But then S. Mayer explained them away pretty good later in the book, so I can forgive it.

Overall, it's not the best book of the series, but I liked it a lot and was happy being in Liam's head [and heart] for such a length of time. The last chapter hinted at the next book and that it would be about Pamela and her journey. And there is still the human world war that looms on the horizon. So there's still a lot to tell about Rylee's world and I happy about that.


Abhorsen (The Old Kingdom Book 3) (English Edition)
Abhorsen (The Old Kingdom Book 3) (English Edition)
Preis: EUR 4,69

5.0 von 5 Sternen Breathless rush towards the Apocalypse – great 3rd book in the „Abhorsen“-series!, 22. Juli 2016
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Note: not only is this book three in a series, but „Abhorsen“ and the prequel „Lirael“ are pretty much one story-arc divided into two installments. So I strongly recommend to read at least „Lirael“, before reading this one.

Review
As disappointed as I was with “Lirael”, I never would have hoped that “Abhorsen” could be as good as it turned out to be.
Actually, this is all I hoped “Lirael” to be: a gripping plot in the very well devised world, characters that surprise the reader and themselves with their growth and resolve and lastly an overall picture that is just awesome in how it was thought through and came full circle. So although I still resent having had to work through the boring prequel, I'm a huge fan of “Abhorsen” - and finally as well of the characters.

The book starts right where the previous book ended: Nick with Hedge once more, Sam, Lirael, Mogget and the Dog at Abhorsen's house besieged by Chlorr and the Dead. Their places in life now revealed, they all feel better for it and more secure in themselves: Sam is glad to find his destiny as a Wallmaker and Lirael works towards letting go her lifelong wish of being a “true” Clayr, Sight and all. And let me tell you: she's good as Abhorsen-in-waiting, the whining, suicidal teenager gone completely. And although Sam still has his cowardly moments, he is a far cry from the despicable sissy he was in “Lirael”.

The whole book is a journey towards the last stand, at least for Sam, Lirael and their sidekicks, since they have to prevent the ancient evil to return or, if not possible, to bind it again [at a steep price]. The world is dark here, with lots of death and Dead and a bleak outlook. And even the Dog or Mogget are darker, less hilarious and more like the strange creatures they are. But it totally fits the story. And the poorest fellow is definitely Nick, having really drawn the short straw in life's lottery: if Sam and Lirael are on a perilous journey, he is on a hopeless one. Can't spoil it, but I pitied him a lot.

As for the rest of the plot: besides telling you that there is an impressive and well written showdown, I can't reveal more without spoiling it big time. It's a well wrapped-up ending and really, the book is all I want in fantasy. Since my believe in the series is restored, I will go on and read “Clariel” now.


Lirael (The Old Kingdom Book 2) (English Edition)
Lirael (The Old Kingdom Book 2) (English Edition)
Preis: EUR 3,43

3.0 von 5 Sternen Incredibly boring sequel to “Sabriel” that was only slightly salvaged by the end. 2,5 stars., 13. Juli 2016
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Note: you could read “Lirael” without reading “Sabriel”, book one of the “Abhorsen” fantasy series. But you shouldn't. Firstly, “Sabriel” was way better than this and you'd miss out on a lot of information about the world this is set in. Anyway, there'll be spoilers for events in the prior book.

Review
I'm stunned speechless. Almost at least. I liked “Sabriel”, she was a good character, there was some decent world building and an interesting plot, albeit a bit oddly paced at times. But, yeah, overall I enjoyed reading it. Then I went on and started the next “Abhorsen” installment that is kind of the “next generation's” book in the Old Kingdom, 14 years after Sabriel became Abhorsen and saved the kingdom together with prince Touchstone. But no, this was not at all what I expected as a sequel. And I don't get the overwhelmingly positive reviews. Were we reading the same book?

It's the story of Sameth and Lirael. Lirael is born into the community of the Clayr, the Seers, but she is and stays an outsider, since the Sight just won't awaken in her. To escape her dull life, she becomes an apprentice in the library, where she learns lots of useful, if forbidden, magical things. Some of them dangerous, some of them exciting and some of them just... meh. One day she literally stumbles into a new job and a new life and on she goes to a dangerous journey to save a young man and fight against some yet unknown ancient evil. If only all of the book were as interesting as the part when – finally – stuff is happening and Lirael actually experiences anything else than life in the Clayr's glacier for a change!

But her's is not the only POV, there also is Sameth, the son of queen Sabriel and king Touchstone and since he shows the aptitude for Death and the Dead, the “Abhorsen-in-waiting”. His sister is to be ruling queen one day and he the next Abhorsen. And he is very nearly the most sorry excuse for a protagonist ever portrayed. Oh boy. I swear, he never ever does anything else than whine, mope and pity himself. And I mean: never. When he finally finds himself on the road and is meeting Lirael by chance, who is seemingly on the same mission as he is, that only manages to make her shine a lot more than she did before. Lirael then started to remind me of Sabriel and I could forgive her a lot for her decisions and actions in the last quarter or so of the plot. But I'm still waiting for Sam to do anything that shows he's per chance no coward. Wow. I really don't get how he could be Sabriel and Touchstone's child! If not for Mogget, his parts wouldn't have been bearable at all.

OK, I'm mostly disappointed, since the plot drags on and for hundreds of pages nothing really happens, but I'm hopeful that the [cliffhangerish] end indicates a change of pacing and a lot more adventure in the next book, “Abhorsen”. Sam still can somehow redeem himself and I feel that there is a kind of huge battle waiting for Lirael and her friends and allies. So I'll give the sequel a chance and see how things go on with Lirael, Sameth, Mogget and the Disreputable Dog.


Sabriel (The Old Kingdom Book 1) (English Edition)
Sabriel (The Old Kingdom Book 1) (English Edition)
Preis: EUR 2,66

4.0 von 5 Sternen An intruiging, fantastical world with an unexpected and interesting dark twist, 6. Juli 2016
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This fantasy plot is not easy to categorize: it's YA. And classical fantasy. And the story of a young woman being on a "hero's journey" from which she emerges as a different person. It reminded me a bit of Rae Carson's "Fire and Thorns"-trilogy and Leigh Bardugo's "Grisha" series. Although the world building in those two trilogies was a bit more emphasized than it is here.

It's the story of young lady Sabriel who is born in the Old Kingdom full of all kinds of magic, but goes to school in Ancelstierre, a country separated from the magical kingdom by a wall and garrisons guarding it. In Ancelstierre, only people very near the border still even believe in magic. But Sabriel is not only adept at magic, her father is Abhorsen, the necromantic magician whose job it is to banish whatever comes from the realm of Death into Life behind all nine gates to stay there forever. And Sabriel's adventure starts when her father disappears, just having been able to send her his weapons. She knows his soul must be somewhere in Death and his body in the Old Kingdom, and so she goes back to the country of her childhood, shockingly unprepared for the job, but highly motivated. She meets strange people and creatures and finally finds her place in life, if not in a way she would have chosen exactly like that.

And Sabriel is a character who I liked following though her sometimes hard and harsh experiences. She knows herself and is aware that she isn't prepared enough but the only one to do the job. I especially liked her steep learning curve, avoiding to make mistskes twice. And her attitude towards her companion Touchstone (yep, strange, but that's the name) is just hilarious. The third person POV sometimes is his and it widens the overall scope.
The immediate plot is wrapped up satisfyingly enough and the problem at hand is dealt with, but the end still is somewhat open and a lot of things could still be told about the Abhorsen.

If I have any (if minor) complaints, it's the pacing at times: there are parts that felt a bit rushed and others, where information is given in great detail. That could have been a bit more balanced. But that didn't impair the fun and overall, I liked the book a great lot.


Death and Relaxation (Ordinary Magic Book 1) (English Edition)
Death and Relaxation (Ordinary Magic Book 1) (English Edition)
Preis: EUR 4,44

4.0 von 5 Sternen A very promising start of a new urban fantasy series that yet has room for improvement, 2. Juli 2016
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This is the story of Delany Reed, a young small town chief of police, who together with her two sisters does her job policing humans, creatures and gods on vacation. Yes, the humans aren't aware, but they are surrounded by creatures like vampires, werewolves, gill-men and so on. And by gods, who come to the town Ordinary [yep, that's the name] to relinquish their godly power and live as humans for some time. They have businesses, own shops or ships and contribute to town business in any way. They sign a treaty with Delany, their power is stored away, and they can start their holiday. The process of how this vacationing goes is hilariously shown with Thanatos, god of death, coming to Ordinary and changing the scythe for funny tourist shirts. There is a lot of humor in this book and I really liked, how Devon Monk used the premises of the various gods living their ordinary lives in an unremarkable small town to effortlessly derive fun situations.

But the fun ends, when one of the gods turned human, actually gets killed, as he can, since when being human, even the gods can be killed. That brings more than one problem for Delany and her deputy sisters. Firstly, the murder has to be solved, secondly that isn't all that easy, since there is the famous rhubarb festival [I kid you not] and the town is swarming with tourists. And last not least, the power of the dead god has to be given to some new and willing human and to find and give over that god power, is another of Delany's jobs. Add to that a broken heart or two, neighbors harassing each other for first place in the festivals rhubarb contest and some bodily harm and you have what makes this quirky story work. And work it does. The characters are wonderfully drawn and even with the murder and mayhem around, there is a lot of fun to be head. Especially Delany talking to herself is kind of hysterically funny.

And the world building! Yeah, it's just a small town, so the scope is somewhat downsized, but that does in no way diminish the awesomeness that is the idea behind this plot. The gods and their daily life are as entertaining, as is the Reed's family history as the god's go-to-people. There is still a lot to be told, so I look forward to “Devils and Details”, book two in this series.

What I did not appreciate all that much was the romance: I just strongly dislike the “otherwise capable business woman/cop/whatever becomes totally dumb and practically turns into a full-fleshed moron, just because she falls for some guy”. Er, no. Just no. She kind of wakes up again, but these parts made me lose some of my otherwise abundant respect for the protagonist. A chief of police wouldn't behave that way, no matter how much she wants a guy. But thank heavens, this did stop again, so my complaints will stop here as well. Overall a very promising start to what I hope is a longer series.


Boundary Born (Boundary Magic Book 3) (English Edition)
Boundary Born (Boundary Magic Book 3) (English Edition)
Preis: EUR 4,99

5.0 von 5 Sternen The preliminary end of Lex's urban fantasy story is a great finish for this short series that got better and better, 29. Juni 2016
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Note: maybe one could read the books of the “Boundary Magic” trilogy as stand-alones, but I don't recommend it. You'd miss out on a lot and the relationships and stuff just make a lot more sense, if the books are read in the intended order.

Review
This series didn't start out rocking my world as a reader, but it got significantly better with each book and the characters, especially ex-army boundary [aka “death”] witch Allison “Lex” Luthor were great from the start. And in “Boundary Born”, Lex has an abundance of occasions to shine: she and Quinn are just finished cleaning up the mess of their last job for head-honcho vampire Maven, and life could be smooth sailing. But dead bodies, human ones, appear with no apparent cause of death and vampires are poisoned with belladonna. And it's Quinn and Lex, Maven sends to investigate. There are other strange things happening, but it takes Lex a while to put it all together – and the cool thing is: it took me a while, too. Which is a very good thing for me in UF, since I've read so many of those books, I've nearly read it all. This was way better. Things get more dire by the minute, actually there is a rather bleak outlook on Lex's future at some point, but this wouldn't be Lex, if she let that defeat her. No, she of course has to take a lot of c***p, but she is the kind of soldier who just doggedly moves on and does what is necessary. I love that streak in a protagonist.

Quinn is fairly present as well, as are the Pellar siblings, but there's not so much to see of Lex's awesome family. But that fits the plot, since this is Lex's journey to her true self, her heritage and getting some answers and closure. I can't tell too much of this plot, since there are a lot of unexpected twists and turns I'd spoil that way. But although Lex's story is neatly wrapped-up for now, M. Olson can return to Lex any time, because there are still a lot of possible stories she could tell. I hope she does, because I really like sensible, no-nonsense witch Lex, The whole cast of characters is just adorable and none of them feels flat or fake, but like living, breathing persons, who actually have lives even when Lex isn't interacting with them. The same goes for the world, but this I'll definitely be able to revisit, since M. Olson returns to it with more stories about Scarlet Bernard [although I like Lex a bit more, I admit]. To sum it up: if you liked the previous installments, you'll definitely like “Boundary Born”, too, it's a great end.


Divine Descendant (Nikki Glass Book 4) (English Edition)
Divine Descendant (Nikki Glass Book 4) (English Edition)
Preis: EUR 3,79

4.0 von 5 Sternen Good ending of a mostly good urban fantasy series, 26. Juni 2016
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Note: as this is the last installment in a series with an overall story arc that each book contributes to, obviously it's not the place to start reading the series. I recommend to begin with '”Dark Descendant”.

Review
This series did not sail smoothly from beginning to end. The first book was pretty promising as it opened up a very intriguing and well written alternate world in which gods and descendants of god fight their secret battles and even wars. The characters were all well defined and believable, them being [near]immortals notwithstanding. And I could easily form a connection with Nikki, who at one moment is a normal [if troubled] human being and the next a near immortal descendant of goddess Artemis, including the incredible set of according abilities. So it was especially Nikki who made me read on through the not so interesting parts of the series, as some of the middle books dragged a bit and did not add to the excitement of the beginning overmuch. But I'm glad that the end is a satisfying round-up of all that was good about this series.

It's the time right after Anderson killed his nemesis Konstantin and the late foe executed his revenge by spreading the news that Anderson is in truth a god, able to kill liberi. And that is not good news to immortals. At all. Nikki knew, of course, but couldn't tell anyone [as you may remember, Anderson threatened to kill her if she ever even breathed a word of that]. Sadly for Nikki, Anderson is AWOL, Cyrus is on the edge and wants nothing more than having some kind of revenge for whatever happened to his father and to top it off, a very angry goddess goes on the warpath with Anderson, now that she knows that he is alive.
And it's Nikki and her liberi-friends who have to sort it out. And it's Nikki who they all look to – and she rises to the challenge and does very well. I liked how her powers evolved and how it's integrated into our nowadays world, too. That she uses Google to do initial searches and so on. But really, what I liked most was that Nikki is a born leader without the decorum the others show. OK, the olympians mostly, but Anderson is a great example of how unlimited powers make even usually well mannered people become bullies. Sadly, he is no exception. Actually, there is a lot of revelations about Anderson that will irrevocably change your view of him. I know it did change mine. And again, Nikki's reaction to all that felt right and real.

The story of Nikki and the other liberi could go on after “Divine Descendant”, there'd be more stories possible, but it just as well can end here, things are wrapped up nicely and satisfyingly. The relationships are all defined enough [yes, even Nikki's relationship to Sita the magical tiger], the problems at hand are dealt with and I can lean back sighing happily. So, even though this was not the world's most incredible UF series, it was solid entertainment and I liked it.


Siege (The Warrior Chronicles, 5) (English Edition)
Siege (The Warrior Chronicles, 5) (English Edition)
Preis: EUR 4,99

4.0 von 5 Sternen The fifth book in the „Warrior Chronicles“ brings non-stop action and the gearing up for the end game, 21. Juni 2016
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Note: this being book no. five in the fantasy series makes it a bad place to start reading. The installments follow a strong overall story arc and rely heavily on each other storywise. So I strongly recommend to start at the beginning with “Chosen”.

Review
As with the other books of the “Warrior Chronicles”, “Siege” starts right where “Invasion” left off: the Captain’s town freed of the Hunter, the rebels around Shanti and Cayan try to gather and join forces, but warlord Xandre has his Graygual and Inkna stationed between the various rebel factions to prevent them. Then there still is the fable about the ominous “Wanderer”, supposedly Shanti, who has to unite the people to join the rebellion against the megalomaniac, for the Shuma, the Shadows and the Captain’s people won’t be enough to win, all of their fighting prowess notwithstanding. So what to do? Wait for all other strike forces or start taking back the cities and sending a message to all that the Chosen have begun to take back what Xandre robbed?

I guess I’m not spoiling anything by saying that it’s option two they choose: although still not united with the Shadow Lord’s forces, the Chosen take whatever forces they have and start their end of the war against Xandre – and I loved how well K.F. Breene showed the indecision the Captain has to fight: he knows Shanti is a wildcard and he should let her do her thing, but at the same time, he knows a lot about strategy and planning and how they can win a war. His various epiphanies feel like they came naturally and he stays true to character, yet learns and changes where necessary. That made him even better as a character. As for the overall plot, it’s not of the character-driven variety, it’s rather a lot of action, both fighting and the famous undercover work. I liked how some plot-threads came full circle, how people Shanti met in previous books reappear and take part in the Chosen’s cause.

I was wondering, how the Chosen’s small force could possibly gain against almighty Xandre, who has conquered so much of the land and recruited so many into his Graygual army and I’m happy to see that there are ways to take back from him that felt natural and by no means deus ex machina, yet they let reader and Shanti see a glimmer of hope. Because of the theme, “Siege” is darker than prior installments, less banter and hilarious dialogue and that fits the story well. But I was nevertheless glad that Sanders is still such a grumpy and funny character. Even when he is in deep emotional turmoil, he vents it with comments that made me laugh really hard.

Overall, this book is a step to the endgame, the final confrontation against Xandre and his forces and yes, things are wrapped up for now OK, but it’s still a kind of a “middle part”-book, if you get my meaning. This being my sole small complaint, everyone who liked the series so far will be happy with “Siege”, as was I. Can’t wait for the final book!


RYLEE (The Rylee Adamson Epilogues Book 1) (English Edition)
RYLEE (The Rylee Adamson Epilogues Book 1) (English Edition)
Preis: EUR 2,99

4.0 von 5 Sternen Rylee is back and still amazing. Cool continuation of Rylee Adams' story., 16. Juni 2016
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Note: although this is nominal the first in a series, in reality it's a continuation of the “Rylee Adams” urban fantasy series. Therefore I recommend to start with book one of the original series, “Priceless”.

Review
Boy was I happy to hear that there would be more books about Rylee and yet, at the same time I was afraid that the new books weren't as fantastic as the first ten installments. But I needn't have worried: in their way, they are. Yes, the things that have happened, the losses Rylee had to suffer, including the loss of her identity as Tracker changed her. How could they not and Rylee is not all happy with her situation. Yes, she is glad that she's alive and with Liam and the kids, but she fears herself, fears she could hurt or even kill her loved ones, being a vampire and all. Then there is the shame of being a monster herself now, when it once was her fighting the darkness she now feels in herself. All that makes her distance herself from her family and actually even from herself, because she really has no idea any more, who and what she is, since Rylee the Tracker is gone.

When in that situation a salvage is offered to her, she takes it, even when she doubts her new abilities being any helpful. And the moment Rylee starts, she is truly back. She starts her literal and figurative journey, where she not only searches for a teenage girl, but also for herself and her place in the world. I don't want to spoil the actual plot, so suffice it to say that her journey brings her to the Elementals, the humans behave erratically and alarmingly [which probably will make for a story in the future] and she again draws people and allies of any kind to her. Just as in the old days.

Rylee is still this believable and likable character and I suffered with her and was happy with her all along the way. Liam and others of the known characters aren't that prominent here, because it's about how Rylee will go on in the future and that task was accomplished wonderfully. The salvage covered here was wrapped up as well [again with glimpses of future adventures, for Rylee and Lark both], but overall it's a first step into a new story arc and it left me somewhat hanging, wanting more pages and story. But that is de facto a promising thing, since I'm captivated again with Rylee, her posse and the great supernatural world.


Victory Conditions (Vatta's War)
Victory Conditions (Vatta's War)
Preis: EUR 6,01

5.0 von 5 Sternen Gearing up for the final battle – contains all the last chapter of the space opera needed to make it satisfying, 12. Juni 2016
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Note: this is the last installment of the “Vatta's War” space opera series and the worst place to get into the series. I strongly recommend to start at the beginning with “Trading in Danger”.

Review
Oh I liked how the series ended! And I loved the book! Yes, one could probably say that things do develop and fall in place rather conveniently, but, well, it's a space opera, so what would you expect? Surely no realistic recounting of probable outcomes in warfare and politics. Especially if you've read the previous books, you know that it's basically a fantasy heroine's quest just placed in space. Although I appreciate it that E. Moon always stays true to her world and the laws there. So yes, there is a bit of deus ex machina shining through, but it still fits the series and nevertheless made for a satisfying end.

It's the time before the final battle against the pirates and since now even the most ignorant government knows that one day or the other they'll fall prey to the bandits sooner or later, it they're not defeated beforehand, more worlds join Ky Vatta's fight. And even better, her great aunt Grace, now in power of the Slotter Key Defense Ministry, is able to send help from Ky's home planet. And Ky shines. She is a bit like Paks that way [in Moon's “The Deed of Paksenarrion”], being just too good to be true, an ideal of a heroine more than a real person. But, like Paks, Ky is just great fun to read about. She is by no means perfect from the start, but she is perfect in learning from her mistakes and doing the right thing. And yes, people aren't like that, but she is an appealing protagonist nonetheless.

There are things coming to a head on various places: Rafe's power in ISC and Nexus II is not as secure as he hoped it would be and he gets in a lot of fights and problems. Added to that is the precarious state the ISC/Nexus starfleet is in, a fact not all people in power on Nexus realize and they still act as if they could alienate others. Stella's life is rather smooth going compared the others', but in exchange it's Toby getting in serious trouble. Yeah well and Ky, Admiral Ky is doing her thing: strategizing, leading the big battles and even coming to grips with some romantic stuff [yeah, there is some romance thrown in – not a lot and well fitting].

All in all this is no high literature and not the quality “The Deed of Paksenarrion” shows, at least for me, but it is a highly entertaining series and this a very fitting end to it.


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