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The story is ok. But plot and character development seem to have an inordinate amount of contemporary ism’ish dogma written into them; to the degree that it is distracting, and I find myself shaking my head at publisher social agendas, and wonder if Blake is really on board with what he’s writing, because the inclusions seem so awkward and out of place, that it slimes up the story, and I slip along with it, bumping virtual elbows as I bounce around the down slide.
Also, the narrator (in all 3 books) is quite tedious in his inflections... exaggerated the performance in a way that was aggravating. It was bearable at double speed though, and, —- since I heard about Blake from the book about dyslexia and it’s advantages, which suggested listening to books in double or triple speed, I thought it apropos and ironic: seeing as how I could never bare the narrator at normal speed.
Applauding the author for an original concept of magic, I give the book 3 out of 5 stars.