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The Adversary: The Sundering, Book III

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2014

    Very Good addition to The Sundering Series

    I've started to like the characters in Erin Evan's Brimstone Angels series, but this novel started to add very interesting elements as part of the larger Sundering Plot. I haven't enjoyed books that address larger impact to Faerun since the Avatar Series.

    Some parts felt rushed and happened rather quickly. I feel like Havilar has a lot of potential as a character, but she didn't have much of a role except actively avoiding conversation. I've been waiting for her to take on more of a life of her own, and hopefully with the ending of this book and the fact that she is no longer in the dark about the forces interested in her, she can grow to be more than the "other sister".

    That said, there was a lot of positive character growth in characters in this story. I was glad to see the development in Dahl and Mehen. I intend to keep following the Brimstone Angels.

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  • Posted November 26, 2013

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    The Epic Series Continues

    An epic series, epic authors, dark fantasy that is detailed and deep, book three of The Sundering, The Adversary by Erin M. Evans is following in step with its predecessors! , Farideh is drawn into a world of deceit, magic and mayhem as she is taken prisoner in Netheril, only to discover that the Chosen of the gods are being held and exploited for their secret powers. Will she make it out alive? Can she be rescued? Can she trust those who claim to be her ally? Is this one more time the fates have dealt her a wicked hand?

    In keeping with the pace of the previous books, this is does not race across the pages, but does rely on very intense detail and intrigue. The characters were flawed, and not always completely likable, but there is the sense of inner strength that comes through in the expansive dialogue throughout.

    Erin Evans has done a very good job of adding to the depth of the series, with a sense of darkness and chaos throughout, sure to assist in the revival of the Forgotten Realm!

    I received an Arc edition from Wizards of the Coast in exchange for my honest review.

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