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Fails to disappoint!!,
This review is from: Through Stone and Sea (Noble Dead) (Hardcover)
Following In shade and Shadow, Through Stone and Sea does not disappoint, the book is equally if not better than the one before and matches even the adventures of Magiere and Leesil (in my opinion). Wynn, Shade and Chane unravel deeper secrets whilst attempting to gain access to those confiscated ancient texts that she found in the Farlands. She unearths more than she bargains for and the book plays out brilliantly as even more of the plot thickens! This is a really good saga and I am amazed at how each and every book has been as equally as compelling as the other, I suggest that everyone should read The Noble Dead Saga!
For those who are still skeptical because Wynn now leads the adventure...
When I first found out that Wynn would take the lead character in the saga I admit to being disappointed, I kept thinking it wouldn't be the same without Leesil and Magiere and I thought Wynn was slightly annoying and a bit of a burden. However, I am now very fond of Wynn and her companions! I especially disliked Chane, as throughout the saga he has previously been shown in a bad light by tagging along with the old antagonist Welstiel. From reading this book I have grown to like him, as Wynn seems to bring out the good in him and you get to see a side to him that has not yet been revealed. Shade is also a lovable character in this book, adding humour like the daughter of Chap would and also her unique abilities that greatly assist the trio within the Dwarven stronghold.