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An Excellent Series
on 7 March 2012
Now I was tempted to give this 4 stars, a) for the typos again and b) because I didn't enjoy it quite as much as the previous two. However considering the scale is 4 - 'I like it', this didn't quite cover how much I thoroughly enjoyed this book; so it had to be 5 - 'I love it.'
Once again we get caught up in Caina's world, and I found myself swept along with the plot and the characters. I thought the setting was interesting, but not quite as vivid as the last book, however the villains were dramatically more evil, and at several moments I almost had to stop reading, it was that sad. The story was once again fasted-paced, gripping, and every time I tried to put it down I found myself picking it straight back up unwilling to wait to find out what happened next.
Minor nitpicks: a hint of possible romance for the protagonist might have been nice, I know it's not that type of story, and I like the lack of soppiness, but it'd be nice if Caina could catch a break once in a while. The ending was also slightly less dramatic than the previous two, but that is not necessarily a bad thing, just a slight difference. Other than that I have no complaints, I cannot wait for the next in the series and I am sure that the author will keep up the same high calibre (minor editing issues aside) writing, that makes this series one to read.