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on Oct. 27, 2011 :
Excellent, unpredictable book with strong characters. Great book, great series.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on April 13, 2011 :
Well finally got around to reading "A Sliver Of Redemption". I must say I enjoyed it. I was quite happy with the time spent on the battles as this is the climax I thought was being built towards.
I enjoyed the continuing developement of the main characters but was a little flat on Qurrah's ending. 'm happy that his redemtion followed this path but am just not quite comfortable with the "poof" and your alive again. Admittedly, I can't think of a better ending.
I still am happy with he series and I love the D&D feel. I will be quite comfortable recommending this series to my friends. Keep it up David :)
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Feb. 06, 2011 :
I'm on my iTouch so this will be short. While the ending had a good solid feel to it, I did get the impression that much of the body of the story was too far into the battles. Much more than any of the pevious books in this series. It felt like filler because David needed to fill a word requirement. Due to this the storyline could have been considerably cut ny perhaps half. Ouch thats a lot of filler, but as filler goes it was top notch.
The character development finalizes in this ending story, which is David's sting suit. The complexity of each character ran me through every emotion amanagible. I salute you David, I have not been so entranced in a series since I read the Foundation series. Well done!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)