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by Michelle Sagara, Michelle Sagara West
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ambyr rated it 5 years ago
At this point in the series, you should know what to expect: no one answers anyone's questions, everything moves exceedingly slowly, and Kaylin saves the day with powers she barely understands. You either like it or you don't. The pacing in this one is uneven and unusually glacial even for Elantra, ...
Darkphoenix rated it 7 years ago
Its been sometime since I have been this invested in a series. I’m usually a little wary of starting a series when it is already about 8 books down and in part I started reading it because I thought that the 9th book would probably be the last in the series, but having read the rest of them, I don’t...
Daffodil's Library
Daffodil's Library rated it 7 years ago
I love this series. Michelle Sagara West's ability to create multi-faceted characters with complex motivations amazes me. The "good guys" are constantly making tough decisions, sometimes forced to focus on the bigger picture rather than any individual or on saving what/who they value most. The te...
Debbie's Spurts
Debbie's Spurts rated it 7 years ago
This reader's personal opinion, ©2012, all rights reserved.* I'm not assigning a star rating to this one because I'm honestly not sure how to rate. Our intrepid heroine is back…and I read the 500+ page book nonstop because as engrossing for me as the previous books in the series. It was that goo...
GizmosReviews rated it 7 years ago
*Genre* Fantasy*Rating* 3.5*Review forthcoming*
Betsy's Non-Blog
Betsy's Non-Blog rated it 7 years ago
This is the eighth installment in the Chronicles of Elantra, which is pretty long for a fantasy series. I'll admit I'm getting impatient for some resolution of some of the basic questions, like what is the nature of the magic granted to Kaylin by the runes covering Kaylin's body like tattoos, and w...
Kyahgirl rated it 7 years ago
4/5; 4 stars; A-This book is different from the others in that Kaylin and Severn are on a road trip with the Barani High Court. There are many evil forces at work, trying to stop them from reaching their destination. In fact, by the end of the book they haven't even reach their destination but th...
BreakRaven rated it 7 years ago
I thought I reviewed this one before, but evidently I was mistaken.As always, I don't have much to say about it. It was good, I liked it. Like the last . . . seven, I think . . . books in the series, it didn't bring much new material to the table. The plot was predictable, the characters were predic...
Julie Doe
Julie Doe rated it 7 years ago
This book felt a bit like filler. We do get to learn more of Teela's background, which may be significant later (not sure), but this didn't feel like a complete story. I'm still looking forward to the next book, though.
drey's library
drey's library rated it 7 years ago
Kaylin, Kaylin, Kaylin. What’s a girl to do with a roommate? Especially one of the dragon variety? In her teeny tiny little apartment, to boot? Then again, it’s not like she has to worry for too long – somebody blows up that teeny tiny little apartment, into teeny tiny little smithereens. And Kaylin...
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