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I really, really liked this book. It's revelations are well elaborated and most intriguing, and altough not that much unexpected, they still have lots of new and fascinating ideas to offer. The only thing that is little bit disturbing is Seyonne's ordeals, which are... just too much in some places. I mean, being him, I'd probably go mad on the third page of the story. Not as if he didn't, at times.
After being released from his bondage, Seyonne's life did seemingly go back to normal, which in his case means he fights demons within human souls, using extraordinary sorcery and swordsmanship, trains every day until he falls from his feet and tries to forget past horrors of his… Read more