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Scaderstone Pit (The Darkeningstone Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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When I began reading this series, and I commented on this in my review of the first book, I wasn't sure I'd enjoy it nearly as much as I did. I normally select Sci Fi books that involve dramatic changes in technology. This series has helped me recall that a "Good-Story" isn't dependent on the Science and technology involved but more on the characters, their circumstances and behaviors and how they resolve issues.
There are many great characters in this series at several drastically different periods in time from 3,500 BC to the 1920's, the 40's, and a couple of periods in 2010, 2014 and 2021. Talk about changes in technology! It was very interesting to see how different periods perceived events to be superstitious, spiritual and/or scientifically driven. The "unknown" continues to be a powerful force.
I'm not sure I would classify this as a Sci Fi series; we never do find out what the power is behind the "Dark Stones" and that's fine with me. It's enough to know What the Stones can do without knowing Why. In the author's closing comments he indicates an uncertainty about continuing this series. My opening comment addresses how well I felt this ended.However, if he were continue and he addressed the "Why" and possibility the "Who" behind Stones, that I'd be very interested in.
Review by THE HOLEY ONE