|Submitted by Tim Wilson |
(May 15, 2007)
The second book in the Serpent War series sets to detail the character "Roo" and his rise in business. The book for me works very well, in that it takes Roo's character and evolves him with an interesting set of mini-stories/adventures throughout it. It also serves to build up the tension for the next two books in the series and the impending battle.
I would not recommend that this book be read on its own, without first reading Shadow of a dark queen (Vol 1 of the Serpent War) and ideally before that "The Kings Buccaneer".