Following the breakout success of "The Summoner" and "The Blood King" comes the third book in Martin's stunning fantasy series. Beneath Dark Haven, the vast river of power has been damaged, threatening the balance of magic itself and the future of the Winter Kingdoms.Following the breakout success of "The Summoner" and "The Blood King" comes the third book in Martin's stunning fantasy series. Beneath Dark Haven, the vast river of power has been damaged, threatening the balance of magic itself and the future of the Winter Kingdoms.Read Less
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This is the first book in the series that I?ve actually really liked, as opposed to the previous two where I was reading it with the expectations that it?s going to get better, and to see what happens next. I was ready to put Gail Z. Martin on the shelf and be done with it, but now I MUST read the ?Dark Lady?s Chosen?.
For me the vayash moru are the most interesting and the most powerful tool in the author?s character arsenal. A mortal being named lord over Dark Haven does not sit well with some of the vayash moru. Jonmarc is rightfully overly concerned with bringing his love, the powerful healer Carina to Dark Haven. Naturally, Lord Jonmarc will be spending the majority of his strength and resources in balancing the human and vayash moru population living together.
Now that Tris is the Summoner-king of Margolan, the delicate and political strategies among the kingdoms of the Winter Kingdoms, is just as strong as any that I?ve found and like in other fantasy novels, (like Raymond E. Feist). I?m thankful that she didn?t over complicate it and gave it the fun and mystery of trying to figure out who each of the kings? spy are (sort of like in the Harry Potter novels).
My opinion is to read the series starting with this book. As the previous two are somewhat interesting, however they?re not entertaining enough to spend the time on. In ?Dark Haven? the real adventure begins, as the Flow becomes so erratic and unpredictable that it is no longer trustworthy and is becoming a destructive threat to the Winter Kingdoms.
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