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Imager Continues on its way,
This review is from: Imager's Challenge (Imager Portfolio) (Hardcover)
L.E. Modesitt Jnr. provides a seamless continuation from Imager, the first book of the Imager Portfolio. This is an easy book to read mainly because the central characters continue from the first Imager book. The additional characters of this book are easily picked up by the author's sound characterisation. The central theme of the plot is discernable early on in the book but there are sufficienty side plots to make the build up to the central climax event interesting. The pace of the book is typical Modessit with a long and careful build up to the crisis point in the last few pages and then falling away to a short placid ending. My only negative comment is that Modessit is not strong on desribing male-female relationships but with such strong charaterisation this is not a problem. I am loooking forward to the next book of the series.