Dy's Take

March 9, 2009

Child of a Dead God by Barb & J.C. Hendee

Filed under: Fantasy — Dy @ 21:00

( 21 ) The Noble Dead, book 7

Lots of great action at the end of the end of this one.  Lots of slogging through crap to get to it.  This was incredibly dense, especially when compared with the earlier books in the series.  I appreciate increasing complexity over a long-running series, but this was just so dry and dull for so much of the early parts of the book.  Much of the endless journeying could have been condensed or completely cut without significantly changing plot or character development, IMNSHO.

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