I have never laughed out loud to an audio book as many times as I did for this one. It was an excellent story and had a great narrator. I plan on downloading the next book in the series as soon as it becomes available.
I loved the first two books in this series. I re-listened to both of them before starting this book. Perhaps that is why I was so disappointed when I finished this one.
We finally get to meet Sabetha. Unfortunately, to get the back story between her and Locke we encounter a play and the story drags in several parts during these interludes.
All of this could have been forgiven if the book had a solid ending. This book revolves around politics instead of a heist. And that leaves us with several sneaky tricks but no master plan to thoroughly enjoy at the conclusion. Worst of all, near the end of this book we have a deliberate manipulation of Locke's back story and are left with no explanations to anything.
I will continue to read the books in this series. It was just unfortunate that I finished this one and felt unsatisfied for the first time.
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