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5.0 out of 5 stars fantastic sequel to Master of the Scrolls, 23 Nov 2006
This review is from: The Master of Prophecy (Paperback)
After Benjamin Ford's stunning debut with Master of the Scrolls, I have been eagerly awaiting this sequel, and it doesn't disappoint. Plotting is tighter than the first novel, with enough red herrings to keep you guessing who is possessed by who... and why! The anger that follows three separate spirits down through the century is the result of a terrible misunderstanding that ended in a murder centuries ago. I won't spoil oit by telling you whether the anger is resolved or not. It was great to see Thaumaturgia Anathemas back again, and we get to meet her mother and find out more about the pair of them this time... and Sawyl Gwilym is back too! Somehow I don't think we've seen the last of him! We are promised a further sequel to complete the trilogy, and I for one can't wait!

Miss this one at your peril.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Even better than the first book!, 27 Mar 2007
This review is from: The Master of Prophecy (Paperback)
Got given a copy of the first book (Master of the Scrolls) for christmas and really liked it so I bought this one myself (actually ordered it from the author himself in amazon market place and got a signed copy).

Enjoyed this book even more than the first one, as it takes the story in a new and slightly darker direction. One of the secondary characters from the first book, Louise, is the focus of this book and it gives the book a slightly different character.

It is an interesting continuation of the first book and obviously leads onto a third, as yet un-published, book.

Any fan of Barbara Erskine or Diana Gabaldon will probably find this series interesting as it's in the same vein but with it's own style.

Now just waiting for book 3!!!
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