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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2010

    Way Better Than The First

    I'm only half way through this book so far but it was really interesting right from the beginning. Compared to the first book in the series, but not other books, this is fast paced. The first book I liked alot but I didn't feel connected to some of the characters, I felt myself wanting to skip parts to get to the characters I liked. I don't have this problem in this book, even the characters I dislike I want to read. This book is suprising, as you think it will be about Dill saving the world (he might as I read on you never know) but it is different from what you expect. There are alot of suprising events (deaths, fights, etc.) that kind of leave you dazed and shocked for a bit that makes the book exciting. Over all I recomend the book.

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  • Posted September 21, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Iron Angel by Alan Campbell

    The characters are all unique, I cannot recall any characters in any other books I've read being like those in this series. Reading about the "gods" who are characters in this series briefly make me recall memories of tales from my childhood, but as soon as I seem to place these "gods" among those tales, I realize I've never before heard of these characters. From "Earth" to "Hell" and everything in between, you'll accompany main characters through their many adventures, and minor characters through their major feats. My library needs this series to be complete.

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  • Posted June 1, 2009

    A bit of a let down after the 1st novel in the series

    The sequel to Scar Night (which I liked very much) is barely that. More of an independant set of stories with a slew of less interesting characters than the first book. In fact, of the 3 main characters at the conclusion of Scar Night, Carnival was left out almost completely, the Spine assasin was practically a footnote and the main character of Dill appears later in the novel and is made into a less interesting pawn.
    I finished the book, but was left thinking what happened to the characters and story lines of Scar Night. I have to say I was dissappointed. It was just okay, unlike the first novel which was very good.

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  • Posted April 7, 2009

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    Wow! Totally original and way off beat!

    This is the second book in a totally unique series. A little dark but a great read.

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