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9/10The third book in the Isavalta series is a wonderful blend of magic, history, politics, and romance.
exellent story and new magic unheard of in other books. I felt much was left unsaid, and wondered if it was not a full, original version of the story. I hope there will be more to follow this amazing story line...
Could not get back into the series.
Only recently have I started reading entire trilogies in one go, and I think this greatly enhances the experience. This proved to be a satisfying conclusion in many ways, although less than satisfactory in others. Several threads were left hanging - and I cannot help but feel that Zettel intended there to be another book, or perhaps even another trilogy, with Anna as the protagonist. She is, after all, a fascinating character and one that it cannot be easy to let go.Picking up more-or-less where...
Magic is hard. It takes a lot of work. Interesting concept with this series where the sorcerers create spells by weaving, braiding, knotting, etc. Nice idea. The first book in this series contained a surprising twist, no pun intended. Story maintained here, as characters attempt to save their world and fulfill their destiny. However, the characters did not sparkle for me. I'm not a deep reader of the fantasy genre. And I found it a little odd how certain countries within the author's world are o...
A satisfying romp through fantasy lands complete with mythical creatures, mad queens, sorcerers and a slew of plucky heroines. I loved this book although I had to work a little to get an understanding of the world in which it was based. I think I might have read this novel out of order - I don't think it's the first in the series. Looking forward to discovering other books from this authoress.
Excellent book with strong, complex characters and an interesting storyline.
Well, I must say I have been impressed by every book in this series so far. The myths are woven together quite nicely.
so cool. just loved Anna
Well written, not just the usual swords 'n sorcerors faux medieval setting. And inexpensive on Kindle!
I didn't like this as much as the first book, but it's still good fantasy.