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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the greatest series around
The fifth book in an absolutely mind-blowingly imaginative series by Rocbert Newcomb. By the now the story line is so long that when people ask me to explain it takes me about an hour! However that is the fantastic thing. This book is packed to the last page with twists turns, plot alterations and the best part about it is the way Newcomb will tease you with a piece of...
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2.0 out of 5 stars The story doesn't finish
Having just finished reading this second trilogy, I've just found out that the story isn't finished, but the final instalments are not going to be published. These books are good, but what's the point of starting of the story if you can't finish it? So now it looks like I will never find out what happens. Thoroughly disappointing.
I won't be buying any of this...
Published 21 months ago by Miss K. J. Streeter


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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the greatest series around, 21 Mar. 2007
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Angus "Gustav" (England, Hertfordshire) - See all my reviews
The fifth book in an absolutely mind-blowingly imaginative series by Rocbert Newcomb. By the now the story line is so long that when people ask me to explain it takes me about an hour! However that is the fantastic thing. This book is packed to the last page with twists turns, plot alterations and the best part about it is the way Newcomb will tease you with a piece of information or inkling in one of the other books or earlier on in the book and then gradually releases more information about it. The way that everything links in together and is so expertly co-ordinated makes this book impossible to put down. Another great thing is how he has found the balance between fast-paced action and explanations of what is going on so you don't get confused.

I would definately recommend this book and all others in the series to anyone (and already have!) who enjoy a fast-paced and imaginative read that always keeps you thinking. And the best part is... theres still 4 more books to come! Just keep on writing Robert Newcomb!!!!
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2.0 out of 5 stars The story doesn't finish, 1 Oct. 2013
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This review is from: A March Into Darkness: Volume II of the Destinies of Blood and Stone (Mass Market Paperback)
Having just finished reading this second trilogy, I've just found out that the story isn't finished, but the final instalments are not going to be published. These books are good, but what's the point of starting of the story if you can't finish it? So now it looks like I will never find out what happens. Thoroughly disappointing.
I won't be buying any of this authors books again for fear of the same thing happening again.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutly brilliant, 8 Feb. 2007
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Ms. J. Stockdale "book_obsesser" (Norfolk, England) - See all my reviews
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This volume is absolutly my favorite, i read it in less than two days because i could'nt put it down, i finished it at literally 2 in the morning cause i could'nt stop.

This is a must read for any one who has read the previous books, and those who havnt should go out and read the others just to get to this book.

Tristans journey through this book is excellant, going to the other side of 'the pass' is full of surprises and challenges. The introduction of the highlanders is a welcome plot line, as is the character of Aeolus and the skill of K'shari.

All is fascinating and keeps you reading on and on. BRILLIANT!!!
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