I have read this series since the early 80's. This was one of the better books since the 80's. More story and less 'me man, you woman'. That's an interesting concept and true in many ways (look at the success of 50 Shades) but it does not need repeating 200 times in one book, as the previous most recent books seem to. This book is narrated from Tarl's point of view. It has great turns and twist but it waits so long to reveal them that you've already figured it out and so lose some of the 'OMG' effect. Otherwise, a good read. Hoping to see more like this.
Tarl, of course, then Pertinax
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