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The Barrani would be happy to see her die. So Kaylin Neya is a bit surprised by her safe arrival in the West March. Especially when enemies new and old surround her and those she would call friends are equally dangerous....
And then the real trouble starts. Kaylin's assignment is to be a "harmoniste" - one who helps tell the truth behind a Barrani Recitation. But in a land where words are more effective than weapons, Kaylin's duties are deadly. With the wrong phrase she could tear a people further asunder. And with the right ones...well, then she might be able to heal a blight on a race.
If only she understood the story....
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By Patrick on 09-21-13
Great performance but slow story
What did you love best about Cast in Sorrow?
Hvam is always gives a great performance.
If you’ve listened to books by Michelle Sagara before, how does this one compare?
This story is slow and focuses on just one event. Many of the previous stories had multiple situations and varied characters.
Which character – as performed by Khristine Hvam – was your favorite?
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Please do not.
Any additional comments?
I am afraid that Michelle has run out of avenues for the story and is just casting about. She has a beautiful writing style but unfortunately nothing to say.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By Amazon Customer on 03-30-15
What happened Michelle Sagara?
I loved the first 7 books in this series but started to get a bad feeling as I struggled toward the end of book 8, Cast in Peril. Now, I'm beginning to think something is wrong in Michelle Sagara ' s personal life because book 9, Cast in Sorrow is like wading through mud. It's so bad I don't believe I'll be able to finish the book, let alone the series. What a letdown.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful