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Sunday, May 10, 2015

My Review of Wake of the Riddler by Janet Morris - An Epic Story of dark passions, castaways and left-behinds


5.0 out of 5 stars An Epic Story of dark passions, castaways and left-behindsMay 10, 2015
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This review is from: Wake of the Riddler (Sacred Band of Stepsons: Sacred Band Tales Book 2) (Kindle Edition)

In Wake of the Riddler, Kama, the daughter of the Sacred Band's commander, comes to Sanctuary, bestselling fantasy town of myth, legend, and chicanery. Tempus has gone north, leaving the town of thieves in the hands of Critias, his executive officer. Crit's problems are many, including Kama. These two have history, which I'll leave you to read for yourself. 

Kama, a female warrior and bard, steals this story even from the wonderful cast of Sacred Band characters around her. You'll adore her; she'll make you laugh and may even make you weep. 

This canonical story from the bestselling Thieves' World series takes you on a tour through the darkest passions of castaways and left-behinds. And more: what happens in this story is critical to the grand novel, The Sacred Band, which comes after, if you're reading the stories in order. You can read this story alone, or in company with its ground-breaking companions, and get a good idea why this tale is from a million-copy selling series.