rushed and unconnecting,
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This review is from: The King's Assassin (Thief-Taker) (Paperback)
the pace was walking for most of the novel until the end where it was clear the author wished to finish as soon as possible.
the ending was tragic and the climax was the unvalling half way through the book.
Deas obviously picked the last few chapters out of the blue with a unsatisfying fight scene and out of character movements so you had a bad villian speech.
if you enjoyed the first novel just leave it at the second book.
any ending you can imagine would be better than Deas's dreadful effort.