At position 1. You finally understand Jorg, and learn about his traumas. You really feel for him, although he is a complete bastard in most of the book. There are some really strong scenes, and they put events in the previous books in a new light. I also really like the non-sentimental way lifes of main characters are handled. Take brother Michael for instance, after surviving great trials, he gets hit by an arrow in a random skirmish. And that's kind of the end of that. Death and changes come quickly, and no one is immune. The story arc was very well thought out as well.
I really liked Jorg, In this book, one comes to understand why he is as he is. He is maturing, and for the first time starts to question himself in more fundamental ways, Rike is unfortunately not as visible as before.
No. Good performance, although I preferred the narrator in the first two books.
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