The Darkness That Slept

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After their disappearance, few truly believed they were gone, for such nightmares couldn't die so easily. Now, they walk the earth again, their footsteps sounding as a herald to a forgotten conflict born of fathomless hate. All that opposes them is a tired family and a scattered collection of madmen, outcasts, mystics, and deceivers. Even the gods don't kn More

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Review by: Kozi on July 4, 2017 :
The story, imagination and pacing of this book was excellent. The authors have taken their time in letting the story unfold and allowing us to become acquainted with and invested in the characters and their world. The antics of Slade (often quite humorous and occasionally over the top) act as nice reprieve from the brutal existence of Dieharamon and the South; we can't help but feel for The North and the High-Warden. Though much is revealed of the characters in the first novel, there is still a lot of mystery surrounding them to be untold in the sequel. For the most part, the prose is very-well written. It does on a rare occasion feel a little forced, maybe a little too much. If you enjoy Tolkien, Sanderson, Lawrence, Salvatore, Berg, you will probably like this book. It was definitely worth the read.
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Review by: Danielle Kozinski on June 22, 2017 :
It's pretty good. The three different storylines are different enough that it suits different preferences for books. Slade is funny with his antics, and Dieharamon is interesting with all the drama and backstabbing and intrigue going on. I like those two the best; The High Warden sequence was a little slow for my liking, though the story itself traveled at a decent pace.
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