Book four in The Legend Of Windemere Series, Family Of The Tri-Rune expands upon arcs and loops that have been developed through the first three books. I especially enjoy the complicated relationship exploration between the fantastic characters of Kira, Sari, and Luke Callindor. I look forward to reading more of this story arc.
Technically correct and engaging, though it begins a little slowly. Slowly building in tension and action, a few revelations that close an arc or two happen along the way.
A number of new characters are introduced, Timoran the Barbarian being my personal favorite. As with the previous books, there are no cookie cutter characters, each one has a story and enough development to flesh everything out. As usual, Mr. Yallowitz explores and expands upon very strong female leading characters, there are no "damsels in distress" in this series.
Setting as it has been done in the previous books is correctly conveyed, I was able to slip on the characters shoes and stroll around the world. That is an absolute must for me.
As I stated before, pacing is done well and builds into a fevered pitch, then gives a nice cool down period afterwards.
You can tell that Mr. Yallowitz's ability and confidence is growing with each book, and this one in my humble opinion is the best one yet.