Young scholar Wynn Hygeorht remains determined to recover ancient texts she brought back from the castle in the Farlands. To do so, she will have to journey to the mountain stronghold of the dwarves with two uncertain allies as guides. But there she will find more puzzles and questions buried in secrets old and new - along with an enemy she thought destroyed....
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
no, very boring. Wyn is a boring, annoying character even when Magiere and Leesil were the main focus. I purchased this one thinking after In Shade and Shadow, Magiere and Leesil would reappear and I didn't want to miss important parts of the Magiere / Leesil story. No such luck. Wyn gets even more annoying and if this were the first book I read of Hendee's and the Noble Dead series, I never would have bought another. Wyn is simply a terrible character to build a three book series around. Princess Reyna was a much more interesting, enthralling character than Wyn.
Would you recommend Through Stone and Sea to your friends? Why or why not?
Nope, not necessary to read this one to continue on with the Maguiere / Leesil story
Have you listened to any of Tanya Eby’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Tanya Eby is an outstanding narrator
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