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4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but not as good as Fire-Walk
This book was about the daughter of High Lord and Lady Kayli. Peri, is with her Uncle Terralt when she decides to leave without a guard and go riding. When she embarks on her journey, she has no idea of the adventure she'll find when she rescues a Sarkond accidently, learns of deep buried secrets and falls in love with her most d enemy. A Sarkond. Read it to find...
Published on 15 April 1999

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3.0 out of 5 stars Waterdance: A soggy novel compared to its predecessor
Having loved Anne Logston's Firewalk, I eagerly pounced on Waterdance. Though pleased in general by the story, I found it to be much darker that its predecessor. Disfigured misfits, bloodletting, and dark assasins pop up frequently. This book's style almost had more in common with Logston's "Shadow" series than with Firewalk, though without the...
Published on 2 May 1999


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3.0 out of 5 stars Waterdance: A soggy novel compared to its predecessor, 2 May 1999
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This review is from: Waterdance (Mass Market Paperback)
Having loved Anne Logston's Firewalk, I eagerly pounced on Waterdance. Though pleased in general by the story, I found it to be much darker that its predecessor. Disfigured misfits, bloodletting, and dark assasins pop up frequently. This book's style almost had more in common with Logston's "Shadow" series than with Firewalk, though without the "kiddy" feel. As with Firewalk, I was disappointed at the abruptness of the endling (I won't spoil it, but everything conveniently ties itself up quite unrealistically). However, Logston's greatness is sensed in the two major swordplay scenes. She captures the dance of swordplay quite remarkably. I finished the book in a day and a half, but allowed myself to return and reread the swordplay sections. If you liked Firewalk, you really should try Waterdance. It's a pretty good read!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but not as good as Fire-Walk, 15 April 1999
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This review is from: Waterdance (Mass Market Paperback)
This book was about the daughter of High Lord and Lady Kayli. Peri, is with her Uncle Terralt when she decides to leave without a guard and go riding. When she embarks on her journey, she has no idea of the adventure she'll find when she rescues a Sarkond accidently, learns of deep buried secrets and falls in love with her most d enemy. A Sarkond. Read it to find out what happens.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but not as good as Fire-Walk, 15 April 1999
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This review is from: Waterdance (Mass Market Paperback)
This book was about the daughter of High Lord and Lady Kayli. Peri, is with her Uncle Terralt when she decides to leave without a guard and go riding. When she embarks on her journey, she has no idea of the adventure she'll find when she rescues a Sarkond accidently, learns of deep buried secrets and falls in love with her most d enemy. A Sarkond.
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