Western Shore: The Aldabreshin Compass Book 3 Paperback – 1 Sep 2005
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The third volume in this epic fantasy adventure.
About the Author
Juliet McKenna previously worked as a bookseller but is now a full-time writer. She lives with her family in Oxfordshire.
Top Customer Reviews
This book is number 3 out of 4. Daish Kheda has travelled a long way in this series - from a slightly stiff and fractionally pompous man who knew his own worth to someone who has come to question many of the values he used to respect. It makes him a whole lot more likeable.
The more minor characters are real people who I care about, and there is a whole lot more about the dragons, which I really liked. Juliet McKenna has a new slant on dragons that makes a lot of sense to me - they are neither insane destructive forces, nor noble companions, but something far more interesting. Again, no spoilers here, so I won't say any more.
Overall I really enjoyed Western Shore, it is vivid, colourful, entertaining, dramatic, absorbing. As ever with Juliet McKenna the plot took some unexpected turns and near the end of it - after a lot of action - I was starting to wonder what on earth would be left for book 4. Believe me at the end of book 3 she has set up one heck of a situation to be dealt with before the series can end.