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Brand new Book. Salvarias's visions have saved the city of Serinity. As the darkness discovers the secret behind Salvarias's visions, it schemes a dreadful ploy to ensnare him.
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Wilhelm's abilities become battle tested as he struggles to keep his brother safe. But not all of Wilhelm's enemies can die by the blade. I feel a few more shades of grey or weak spots would have helped to flesh out the new characters reminds me a bit of how I felt about the first Mistborn book's secondary cast, actually. There's some nice character progression for Salvarias, who becomes more independent. There's an old school feel to the story.
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I'm not sure why, but it slightly reminds me of things like Outlaws of the Marsh, or even the more recent The Masterof Izindi. Anyway, old school is a good thing, in my well LK Evan's book. There are no elves or dwarves, but instead a range of different, original creatures, and a mythology based around long-dead gods. The lore isn't thrust under your nose and slapped in your face, and is gradually revealed in a way that feels natural. I felt that greater moral ambiguity would have helped things.
Salvarias has a good dose and Wilhelm none which is fine, that's Wilhelm's way , but more elsewhere would have been an improvement this was a conscious choice by the author, I think, rather than cocking up an effort at more moral greyness. Salvarias was clearly the best character. He got more little eccentricities counting to himself, the puzzle box, lavender etc and the most moral ambiguity of anyone.
There's also an air that he might turn into a complete psychopath if Wilhelm got killed, or that he could drift inexorably towards evildoing. It's a good element of uncertainty.
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