the build up for the characters is fantastic. The way everything weaves together is great, not forced or random to fill holes in the story.
I enjoyed the the first 2 books of this series. It was a little disconcerting the way the different plots were not interwoven into the same time line. It is well worth the read.
This is one of those raw 2nd books that is just as good as the 1st book. Stoyline is filled in and you get allow of questions from the 1st book answered. If you like the 1st book, it's a must read.
A different narraotor and a thought through story line with characters that maintain thier character; characters seem to change personality from one book to the next.
Lack of variation between characters
The story line was disoriented in one place Kylar observed the first assassination attempt at the cleansing ritual and when he made his attempt at the assassination attempt on the god-king it said he never saw him but otherwise the book rocks love the story line so far.
This has been a good series but at times can be difficult to follow. Not for the weak of heart, the language is quite foul but having said that the book is about assassins so the subject matter isn't exactly innocent to begin with.
No. I found the story an overworked amalgamation of themes and ideas from other books in the genre, and not well enough written to make it feel different.
Probably not. I didn't think the writing was all that good.
Maybe have a coach or something to point out whatever weird problem makes him hard to listen to. I can't place my finger on it, but there's something strange with his emphasis or pauses or something that make him hard to listen to.
This book may be enjoyable to someone who doesn't care about language issues, but I do. I don't enjoy books that are full of profanity and vulgarity. This book should have cautions on it to get people to be aware of the content before they purchase it. I would not have purchased it if I had known about it.