Dawnspell by Katharine Kerr(8 ratings)
|Submitted by Anonymous |
I picked up a copy of The Bristling Wood about three days ago, having already read the first two, Daggerspell and Darkspell, and was interested in reading more. The first half of the book was about as I expected, remaining constant in the quality and content of her previous works, and was enjoyable. The second half, however, had a rather nasty surprise in store for me.
|Submitted by Anonymous|
Ever wondered about the history of the silver daggers, here it's revealed, and of course Nevyn is somewhat involved as well as Otto the smith. In the present we still follows Rhodry and Jill on their path as silver daggers, but mighty forces is loose so that their "quiet" life on the road does not last for long. As I see it this book is an unfinished tale, wheras the earlier ones had a sort of ending. I don't mean to say that this is bad, because I can hardly wait to start on the next book.