A story that is epic in scope is hampered by too many weak characters.
A high quality collection of short stories with a uniquely evil perspective.
"War. Magic. A lover's betrayal. A dark secret lies beneath them all."
So begins a tale of mystery and intrigue and some seriously powerful magic.
Great premise but a failure to deliver on well developed characters and a storyline that fell back onto child antics too often left a bitter taste in my mouth on this one.
It's never easy saying goodbye to such engaging characters, but I was left with a satisfying conclusion and the fulfillment of many character arcs so I'm happy.
Perilous Seas accelerates the pace of the series with some of the best storytelling and character development to date.
Overall a slow read with some confusing plotlines which is saved by some good character building and the promise of the larger story forming for our two main characters.
A slow start to the series with minimal character development, I'm nevertheless giving this one three rockets because it does build a good foundation for the remainder of the series.
A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking is the kind of lightheartedness we all need a little of right now.