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Summary

They were the best of friends: Ryland, the son of the king, is bound by loyalty. Shaye is both a majicar and a Weverton, both rebellious factions. Fairlie, a fiery metal-smith, is the iron bond that held them all together. Until now.

©2009 Diana Pharaoh Francis (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • Nicole S.
  • 02-09-20

Bad narration strikes again

In book with mostly male characters having a voice who can make male and female voices is important. when there is a dialogue between two men and you can't tell who is talking it makes it really hard to enjoy.

The story would be great if it wasn't for unbelievable reactions from characters. The book felt like it would have been easily avoided if the main female lead was just asked from the beginning to do something instead of it being forced on her. Everything about her indicated she would have be a willing participant if she was just asked. If she had been asked and she said no then forcing her would have made sense and led us to the plot of the book. Characters having believable reactions is just as important as a good plot.