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Shadow Chaser (Chronicles of Siala Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2013

    Read the whole series, the first book was fun and exciting I rec

    Read the whole series, the first book was fun and exciting I recommend to anyone. But as the story unfolds it becomes rather predictable and the storyline starts to run all over the place.
    Seems the last two books are forced. The main character was a very cool. But the story just became blah! I could have been a real good story if the writer didn't get lost in his own story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2012

    good but misleeading

    I enjoyed this book alot but in my opinion it could be better if the main character actually did some thieving. The series has had no real thieving parts besides the one in the bifinning of book one. alot of the proplems in this book have some oviouse solutions that could be easily be solved by theiving. A main character thats a thief is intresting but only if he actually does some thieving.



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  • Posted March 30, 2012

    recommended

    i have not yet started this book. if it is as good as the first i readily recommed it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2012

    Ugggh!!dark elves SMH ( shake my head)

    I hated when that dark elf threatend Harold like that for liking Mirilissa. Damn dark elves aand their traditions and the thing is both Harold and Mirilissa like eachother. Although the book doesn't show it directly. And if you havn't read this book sorry for the spoiler. :)

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  • Posted March 27, 2011

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    an enjoyable quest fantasy

    Shadow Harold and his team are trying to understand what it means for him to be the destined Dancer in the Shadows as they seek the horn to save their land from the horrific Nameless One Dark Lord. They trek towards Hrad Spein, an impregnable place that no army, even that of wizards let alone a small impoverish cell, has breached. If they reach the dark underground palace and are able to enter only Shadow Harold can complete the journey.

    While they march forward, frightening adversaries pursue them. Besides The Nameless One, another Dark Lord the Master also wants to gain access to the legendary grim tomb. Their respective hordes give chase. As the Shadows leave behind fallen comrades they fight for their lives against nasty ogre, elves, the Dark One's minion, and a worse malevolence with extraordinary power.

    The second Chronicles of Siala (see Shadow Prowler) is an enjoyable quest fantasy that uses humor to diffuse the heart of battle. The story line is at its best at the moments the tension is high; for instance when a teammate dies. The jocularity fails to translate very well (assuming it works in Russian) and only slows down an otherwise fine thriller held together by the beleaguered Shadow Harold.

    Harriet Klausner

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