The entire first half of this book was a train wreck. I only drive through it, on a second attempt years after the first, based on the reviews telling people to hold on for the second half. The two main characters are unbearably stupid and watching their attempt at a relationship only destroyed love I had for the first book. The second half picked up nicely but I do not know if I have the energy or dedication for the third book.
this was a great follow up to book 1. I am impressed with how the author is able to visualize the story in a way that is quick and flows well. I am a little concerned with what happened to the kylors sword though. is he going to buy it back or just leave it with that blacksmith.
This book is a great continuation of the first. It does very well to illustrate the feeling of an occupied state. I enjoyed everything up to and including the final battle. That, in its own right, was an experience.
I am a fictional reader. I like strong female characters that's don't require a romance story line.
this could have been a great story. there were too many "main" characters. the dialogue between characters came off juvenile. another book that used "f" word for no reason than to use it. I've gotten spoiled with other books that had distinct voices for each character.
it was tough for me to complete.
Weeks has spun a masterwork out of the multiple threads started in book one.
This second part not only bridges the gap between one and three but tells compelling stories all its own.
My single issue is the pronunciation of some words as I heard the Graphic Audio versions first. I'm not sure which are the correct versions.