Again another good instalment of this series. Good fantasy adventure. I had to mark this book down though because the editing was atrocious. It made it difficult to read at times. I have complained already about this in these books but this one was much worst than the last two.
As cheap Epic fantasy books go this is one the poorest and underwhelming titles i have ever read. The writing style is so simple, even in moments of high drama it just plods along and hopes for the best. The same information with in the story is recycled over and over again. As with the first two, the editing and grammer is shocking. All i can help thinking is i hope this an independant book as if not we should all be concerned as to what puplishers are now publishing. Oh and this book does not share similar refrences and themes to titles such as The saga wars, The wheel of time and Fury its alomst as if the author has took small parts of each book and put them on the page. Save you money and anger and dont bother.
Although there are some awful errors, added words, missed words and letters in altogether the wrong place this is still an enjoyable story. The author doesn't beat about the bush, gets straight into the thick of things and the solutions to the characters dilemmas are fairly quick and satisfying instead of the sometimes long winded and boring ones you can find.
Well the story line of this saga is great but from a literary point of view this is absolutely no great work. However, it should make the writer a few quid, which lets face it, is what its really all about.