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I suppose the doubt arose because the author doesn't seem to be following the formula for this sort of story. The heroine, for instance, is (perhaps more realistically) plagued by self-doubt and indecision and is clearly feeling her way into a desired, but exceedingly unknown, world. Further, neither by the midpoint of the book (nor even by the end) has she managed to actually attend the trading academy that is to prepare her for her new life. This first book, at least, is all about clearing away the multitudinous, familial, social, sexual, and political barriers to her goal.
The author clearly wants to portray the heroine as courageous; yet also, she understands that it is impossible for the fearless to be courageous: courage is about doing what is needed despite fear -- and despite uncertainty of the outcome. The author shows both sides very well!
This first book in the series ends with the immediate problems resolved and an (unexpected) emotionally satisfying romantic conclusion. And I'm also pleased that the second book is already available and, having written this review, I go to buy it now.
I discovered that, "Return of the Aghyrians," is not so much a 'series' as group of novels set in the same universe with, so far as I can determine, largely different characters. It seems I will not soon see the lead character of this book ever enter that academy. :( I had already purchased and read one of the other books in this universe, liked it well enough I might read it again someday; but I'm disappointed enough in my expectations that I have slightly reduced the 5-star rating I initially offered.
( an extra word thrown in a sentence, misspelled words, etc... ) it didn't stop me from reading through this wonderful boo. I look forward to reading book three in the series. Thank you.