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The First Book And first book and makes better In the previous we were introduced to a large set of characters the world a bit of its lore and the nature of the story we might expect With the ground work laid #this book takes the time to expand everything #book takes the time to expand everything scope Not only are the characters fleshed out and the world built upon but the fundamental nature of what the story might build up to is expanded such that it is now unclear what the end of the overall story might look like And that makes this a great book in my opinion Some great moments of epicness make it worth slogging through this un edited overlong book and the 2 books before it Twice as epic as the first book Might be slightly addicted to the world and characters 375 star. The southern half of Callow is in open rebellion against the EmpireAs she had a hand in starting that fire it’s only fitting that Catherine’s own legion is being sent into the fray The Lone Swordsman and his posse of heroes are out for her head on a pike but her most angerous enemy might just be on the same side the Heiress has escalated their rivalry to a new level of ea. Keeping track of the geography and players it is getting super complex I hated the prologue and interludes with Cordelia because I had literally NO idea what was going on I understood maybe 2% of the sentences in those sections and it was frustrating than foreshadowing If this book were actually published I would buy it and copies for my friends too Chapter 31 Sleight Second verse same as the first I regret to say that the goats have not been eualed but the book isn t uite one yet so there is time Part of the re read aforementioned in the last review and again it s still great This genuinely has one of the coolest epic climaxes of any book I ve read period and I include latter era Dresden Files in that An ox and a horse in this one I almost feel spoiled. Is a YA fantasy novel about a young girl named Catherine Foundling making her way through the world – though in a Dream Save Do: Life is Short, Live Your Dream departure from the norm not on the side of the heroes Is there such a thing asoing bad things for good reasons or is she just rationalizing her esire for control Good and Evil #are tricky concepts and the power you get the blurrier the lines between them become. #tricky concepts and the power you get the blurrier the lines between them become. ,
S The most impressive part of this series is the world building It is such a strong novel idea and it is executed so well #IN THIS BOOK OVERALL BOOK 2 #this book Overall book 2 a VAST improvement over the first Practical Guide to Evil book Book 1 was good but very amateur and the characterization wasn t great Book 2 was amazing I honestly think book 2 could be published after some heavy handed editing It s really really good The ialogue was awesome the characters really fleshed out Most importantly so much happens plot wise The stakes are so high and so many moments of this book were truly epic which is
SOMETHING THAT EVEN AUTHORS CAN that even professional authors can as successfully It is sometimes very tedious to read there is too much here that Modern English in Action (Level 12) doesn t need to be I also had some trouble. Dliness Meanwhile behind the battlefields the Empress and the First Prince play a game no one else understands for stakes no one else knows exists The first large scale war Calernia has seen in twenty years has forces from all over the continent converging towards Callow and all of them want a piece of the actionIt’s time for the Suire to get to work A Practical Guide to Evil.
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