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  • Posted April 5, 2012

    I’ve loved the Farwalker books from the moment I read The

    I’ve loved the Farwalker books from the moment I read The Farwalker’s Quest. Reading The Skeleton’s Knife was bittersweet for me; it’s the last book in the trilogy, and I’m sorry to see Ariel’s adventures end. But if beloved characters and world have to end, this is a great way to do it. I loved this book so much more than the second book (though not as much as the first). Sensel has a way of building a world and characters that grab on and don’t let go. The Skeleton’s Knife is the perfect blend of character and action that kept me reading through to the last page. Though the ending was quite satisfying, I admit, I still want more. But, as the song says, “you can’t always get what you want.”

    The story—Ariel Farwalker is torn between the two young men she loves and struggles to discover which love to choose. Complicated as love is, the haunting past is even more so. In order to look to her future, Ariel must set out on an adventure to put the past and its memories to rest. After retrieving the Skeleton’s Knife, she must take it where it belongs. Though dead, the knife’s owner is bent on revenge. In order to save a life and have any hope for the future, Ariel must journey into a forbidding land where she will discover the truth about love and the power of forgiveness.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2012

    EPICLY AWESOME!!!

    This is ther PERFECT way to end a series!! I am in love!!! ITS TRUE LOVE!! lol just kidding. I love it! Buy it! NOW!! OR DIE!! lol. Ima stop writing before i get carried away. Anywho, buy it! DO IT KNOW OR U WILL DIE A VERY PAINFUL DEATH!! lol. LOLOLOL!! Ok! Stop, self! Just stop! (Great book)

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