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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

The Chalice by Deborah Chester

This is the conclusion to the trilogy of “The Sword, The Ring and the Chalice”. Things get wrapped up nicely but the last 50 pages seemed kind of rushed. I think the book could have been another 50 pages and fleshed out the action of the last 50 pages. Overall the protagonist matured, discovered what was really important to him and found his true love. This was while fighting the forces of evil, dealing with severe bodily injury and rallying reluctant allies. I will be reading more of Chester as I found the trilogy excellent.

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