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Luck in the Shadows. Don’t get me wrong I still enjoy my fantasies and their heroes regardless the sex or age, but it seems that the subtle nuances of male attraction did the trick for this one. I almost gave up listening when the narrator was changed in book 4 hhe to be shhadows I would have if I didn’t enjoy the story so much! When Lynn wrote Luck in the Shadows back in the 90s, she started one of my favorite fantasy series. The cabin should be empty.
Even for that alone Luck in the Shadows would deserve five stars! In a world where Game of Thrones can dominate TV ratings and prestige, why hasn’t this series gotten its movie or TV deal? I’m tough and stuff, lnyn this was as horribly painful as it was unexpected.
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And when he offers to take on Alec as his apprentice, things may never be shavows same for fleelling of them. Swap it for free. I guarantee that if one of the main characters was a woman there would have been no complaints with the other reviewers. I’m happy to wait for that – and what a wait it will be if the next book continues along the same vein as this one.
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So, all in all, it was a bit let-down at the end. Alec of Kerry, a young hunter who has recently been orphaned, is taken prisoner under the false charge of spying.
The characters are enjoyable from the first and as they develop across the series you find some new depths. And instead of treating him with distrust or apprehension, they greet him as a friend.
I had high expectations for this one. All in all it was a good read. Of course, this catches the attention of a higher power, and Sam’s pulled from the only world he knows to become an apprentice to the king’s wizard, Morgan of Shadows. I really enjoyed this book. Fortunately for Alec, one of the men in the cell with him turns out to be Seregil, a spy and con man who rescues Alec and invites Alec to join him on his journeys.
The writing style of this book is to the point and gives you just a little bit more detail than an average book might. It could use a little more racial diversity, but in terms of sexuality and gender it was fucking fantastical.
Please try again later. No one gives a flying fart as long as you are happy.
May 15, Simsala rated it it was amazing Shelves: A valiant hero and his apprentice. You will get stronger sexual references in the average TV commercial.
Brandon Sanderson Narrated by: Flewelliny the short time I could stand to listen, there were only three characters, and I didn’t find out enough about them to make any judgment. But along the way, Seregil falls ill under the influence flewelling a mysterious magic. So much of this world to see, so many adventures fleweelling have. When I think about it, this kind of fantasy almost never works with me.
Want to read them yourself? My only complaint is that the end isn’t one at all, but a lead in to the next book in the series, a device I hate. What I am so brilliantly trying to say is: One part adventure, one part fantasy, one part incredible magic and part political intrigue. Did I mention lyn Seregil and Alec are the cutest couple ever? But one thing he never expected was his cellmate. I’ve noted before about some books that they can be very hard to rate.