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Well of the Damned

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2014

    Really like

    Enjoyed it a lot!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2013

    Sorry it ended...

    I read all 4 books of the series pretty must start to finish and just kept going. I was so disappointed this was the last of the books. Well written throughout. I highly recommend these if you're wanting some "light" reading - it's easy to follow the characters lives and get involved. I hope there are further stories coming!

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  • Posted December 31, 2012

    The story of Gavin Kinshield continues

    When I read that K.C. May had decided to write a third and fourth book in her Kinshield Saga I was stoked. I have been a big fan of her writing since I read the first book in the series and was very curious to see what her next project was going to turn out to be.

    Can the rough brawling warrant knight turned king manage a kingdom, a relationship, and deal with a surprise enemy from his past? This book continues the story as well as the quality of writing that I have come to expect from K.C. May. Gavin is still a great guy and I'm always rooting for him. It's amusing to me to see how he has difficulty dealing with the behavioral expectations for a ruler with his much rougher background. There is also more background given about Sithral Tyr and how he got to where he was in the earlier books.

    Overall this is an extremely strong continuation to an already fantastic series. The plot twists keep things interesting and while there are some problems that get resolved more pop up and make it so that the next book in the series can't come soon enough.

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