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Thursday, February 19, 2009

The Sword by Deborah Chester

Deborah Chester is a new author for me. I am fond of fantasy and this first book in a trilogy was well worth reading. Chester has no problem killing off characters that you like. I was dismayed and some of the folks she easily dispatched. The story deals with a powerful but naïve new king who discovered loyalty is not assured in spite of his position. His travails and those of his progeny span countries and magic of the worst sort. The first book culiminates with his son coming of age. A very engaging book, I recommend it.

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1 comment:

Book Calendar said...

Sounds like something to check out.