This book moves at a much better pace and answers some questions that left you hanging in the first book. My only complaint about this one is that the author took to long going over the play in detail. I'm not sure if he meant this as a foreshadowing or if he meant it to have more significance than I personally felt it did (my opinion, yours may vary) I'm halfway through the 3rd book now, it's even better than this one.
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