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This review is from: Tomorrow, the Killing (Low Town) (Hardcover)
The story is not complicated nor a long drawn out affair but gripping nevertheless. The dialogue is brilliant, comparison's to Erikson and Glen Cook spring to mind. The interaction between characters is witty, clever and absorbing.
I criticised the first book due to the obviousness of the climax, this book is just a story based in a city over a few days yet unbelievably engrossing. I could continue with my superlatives but won't bore you, if you enjoy fantasy then I cannot see how you could not enjoy this book and would recommend it highly.