|Posted on June 6, 2016 at 2:05 PM|
A Dance of Cloaks by David Dalglish Available on Amazon.
For those that known my review style, I usually don't give spoilers. I usually don't re-explain the storyline as it's presented in the book, and this review will be no different. I review how the book and I interacted, was I entertained, captivated or just plain bored. So let me start by saying I agree with many reviewers of this book that The Cloak had waaaay to many characters. The different fractions all played a part in the essence of the story but fractured my fluidity of reading. The writer created a world that I could envision during my intermittent reading sessions. Which in my opinion for fantasy readers is a must. My middle schooler and I, started to read this piece together and after about the 8 chapter he lost interest. So my age recommendation would be 16+. Especially because of the violent scenes that were quite descriptive it well placed and conveyed. I continued to read this book because the content held my interest. As I came to the end of the book, knowing before hand that it was book one in the series, I was content with the ending. It was complete and but left a slight inquest of what could happen next. I give this book 3 stars.
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