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By lloyd on 12-09-17
Not as good as the first 2
honestly I love this series but I feel this book is a bit of a let down. Nothing really happens, it's got what is usually second book syndrome but this time in the third. the narration is top notch as always though but I just feel the story is lacking in this one.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Clare on 02-21-18
Amazing! Hurry up book 4!
Loved it...great story, could not stop listening 😊 great characters and how could you not love Res!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
By Ian on 06-25-18
talk about a cliff hanger, I'm left wanting. the third instalment is just as thrilling and captivating as the other two in this series.
I once again could not stop listening, the mystery of Reskin only deepens.
I completely recommend 100%
5 star story and same narrator throughout.
A deffinate thumbs up.
By Julian on 06-19-18
a very interesting take and point of view. can not wait for the forth book.
By Joseph Wilkes on 06-14-18
was well worth listening can't wait till next one is out very good book 👍
By motor on 05-23-18
Well this book took a different turn…
Well this book took a different turn… It feels like the author changed his mind between book two and three and went in a whole new direction.
The two first books were pretty interesting (even though I thought the women tripping over their feet over Rez was a bit silly) with good character development and a cohesive story arc. Rez is traveling with his companions and trying to find his purpose in life. Character development is pretty good at this point (silly at times).
But all the sudden the author changed the scope of everything with little or no build up. Instead of dealing with a mad king the whole world is at stake all the sudden. The introduction of certain creatures feels like an afterthought since they are not mentioned at all beforehand.
Some characters that were central in the previous books are pretty much ignored and newly introduced characters lack depth. It's like the author don't know where he wants to go and the whole book feels forced and untidy.
I think this is where I take my leave.