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If you could sum up The Spider's War in three words, what would they be?
Satisfying Epic Conclusion
What other book might you compare The Spider's War to and why?
Game of Thrones a bit. Yet with the mixture of money and war that this series has is quite unique.
What does Pete Bradbury bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He is great. I listened to this book for 10 hours straight one Saturday. His characterizations are spot on. When I read my Kindle versions it is his voices I hear.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
When Cithrin and Markus have a heart to heart towards the end. Such an honest and warm chapter.
Any additional comments?
This comes from my Amazon review. "When I read decent fantasy, it is almost like playing chess. I watch and observe. Sometimes I care, but they are just pieces to be moved around with little to no attachment. When I read great fantasy, I stress over what this, and that will mean. I worry about them as if they are real people. I care for them and wish them well. The Dagger and the Coin series is great fantasy! I am happy to report that this last book is everything I had hoped for!"
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Daniel Abraham does not disappoint as he delivers an excellent finish to his epic fantasy series The Dagger and the Coin. The war has raged on for 4 books and it is finally time for it to end, one way or the other. The spider priests have led Antea to the brink of destruction and their ability to manipulate the truth has most everyone in the kingdom blind to that fact. As the armies of Antea's enemies close in seeking retribution, Cithrin devises a desperate plan to save the day but it may be too late to pull it off. This one is full of build up that leads to one final gambit with the future of the kingdom of Antea at stake and Daniel Abraham delivers a clever and satisfying conclusion when it all finally plays out.
For a series that started slowly this one built up nicely and eventually established itself as worthy of attention in a crowded genre. The myriad races of humanity presented here are not your standard ones and they bring a unique flavor to a detailed, complex world. Despite the fact that the majority of the story does wrap up nicely there is also an epilogue that offers up some intriguing options should Daniel Abraham decide that the series isn't actually over. Either way I can definitely recommend this series despite a confusing start with the first book. It all does pay off in the end.
Pete Bradbury provides the narration for all five audiobooks in the series and his delivery is excellent. He makes listening to the series a better option than reading it.
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