I loved The Riddle with a few notable exceptions with parts near the end. But I might as well be honest. I did not like The Crow. It took me a long time to pick this one up and read it, and Ill be honest, it was because of the lack of Cadvan and Maerad.
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I loved The Riddle with a few notable exceptions with parts near the end. But I might as well be honest. I did not like The Crow. It took me a long time to pick this one up and read it, and Ill be honest, it was because of the lack of Cadvan and Maerad. I really got wrapped up in their story, and I was none-too-pleased to realize they werent in The Crow at all, but I decided to give it a chance anyway, and I was disappointed. In comparison to Cadvan and Maerad, the characters fell flat.
The situations seemed less realistic. The story was darker than the first two books, but I think it tried too hard to be dark. Yes, he is a bad man. He is a very bad man. In the end, I forgot the storyline was so much darker than it had been because it was more convincingly done in the first two books. I still have hope for the series, and I do look forward to reading the last book, but I really thought this one fell flat.
With that said. Possible spoilers. I tried not to get too specific, but I want to give fair warning just in case. Show me! Show me his fists are clenched and his eyes are brimming with tears of rage or some such. A little. Not enough for the entire town to talk about him and for bards to write a song about him. Slasher Blood? Oh, come on.
Are we in a fantasy novel or the WWF? I mean, seriously? First thought: fake wrestlers with bad face paint. Second thought: Wait. Yeah, yeah. Does Yankee Candle perhaps sell this scent? If not, maybe I should suggest it to them. I do hope you will comply, as I cannot quite decide how to take over the world without your candles to help me instill fear into people everywhere with their wicked scents.
If you decide not to make these scents for me, I will kidnap your puppy, turn it against you, and make it eat out your intestines. There are deadly creatures flying around. How does our hero escape? He passes out and when he wakes back up, he finds an earthquake and a battle have taken out the obstacles between him and freedom.
Whiskey tango foxtrot? Can you say Dues ex machina? Prime example.
The Crow (Pellinor Series #3)
Akinorg Pellinod was interesting and engaging but the entire last half of the book was Hem looking for Zelika, and never finding her. Book ratings by Goodreads. It seems to have more action and less explanation, which is understandable because it does describe front line battles, training, and spying missions. The Crow novel — Wikipedia In contrast, in The Crow, there is an excellent well-rounded discussion of the ethics of war.
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He wiped it away and reached for another mango. It was so hot. Even in the shady refuge of the mango tree, the air pressed around him like a damp blanket. He leaned back against the trunk and let the sweet flesh of the fruit dissolve on his tongue. These mangoes were certainly the high point of the day. Not, he thought sardonically, that it had been much of a day. He should have been in the Turbansk School, chanting some idiotic Bard song or drowsing through a boring lecture on the Balance.
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