I personally love when an author creates a new social structure within the story. In this case, the world the characters reside in is dictated by random fortunes that are drawn when a child is first born. These fortunes don't necessarily reveal themselves in obvious ways, but definitely play a part in creating the personality of their recipients.
One thing I don't particularly like about this story is how obnoxious the main character starts to sound. I think she stops being all sensible and strong, and instead starts to sound downright bossy.
I have listened to it again! The characters are so likable and the story is exciting.
The part when the characters go into the lost city of Percepliquis (no clue how to spell that...).
What I like about TGR is his consistency in the characters' voices. From Theft of Swords to Heir of Novron, he kept the same voice for each of the characters. It makes it easier to follow the story if you don't have to keep reminding yourself who is talking!
Who says there's no honor among thieves?
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