Top positive review
Another solid read with some neat twists.
on 4 September 2017
This is another good book, it builds from where the first book leaves off.
The characters are mostly the same as before with some new ones added in, nice and not so nice, crazy and slightly less crazy, there is very little character building here with the exception of Nita Qwan who is changing due to his new role and culture and gives us a window in the actions of The Green.
There is very little action here, the battles are simple and largely anti-climactic; there is a feeling of building pressure and glimpses of the bigger game being played but this feels like a middle book, entertaining but doesn't really stand strongly in its own right.
The pace is decent, a lot happens and we are continuously swapping between different characters and sub plots, it is nice to see that not everything The Red Knight tries succeeds, sometimes luck intervenes.
A good sequel, leaves you wanting more.