14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
a very good read,
By A Customer
This review is from: Spirit Of The Stone: Book Two of the Shadowleague (Paperback)
maggie furey has created another completely believable and intriging world for the book to take place. the people in her stories are always explained well and have developed characters. i love the way maggie furey starts the book in many different places with different people and how each seperate story meet up with the others in the end. it is really interesting the way she chooses specific people and writes about them, but at the time they makes no sense in comparison to the rest of the book, but in the end those people, such as simple traders or two lovers, become the downfall of a wealthy merchant, or the bringing together of the hierarch Zavahl and the dragonseer. all the seperate stories tie into eachother and conect in some way or another. the only critiscism i have for this book is the way maggie writes the connection between Veldan and Blade, i would have liked a surprise instead of being told what was going on. i would give this book four and a half stars, but it was either four or five so...yeah. i would read her other books the artefacts of power series if you wanted to see maggie at her best. the first in the series is called Aurien.