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on November 18, 2010
In the fifth installement of the Chaos series, Private Kaylin Neya is once again getting in to trouble and trying to save the world.
A series set in a fantasy universe where humans live with many different species their equals. Some are immortal like the Dragons and Barrani, and others like the Leontines have their own quirks that make interspecies relations always interesting...
As Kaylin continues to delve into her arcane powers, we se her grow in maturity. Some of then tension and pressures from the previous books are back, making it evident that soon enough Kaylin will have to make decisions she has avoided facing for a long time.
This is a wonderful addition to the series, in that there is a strong plot, and Kaylin is her endearing self, though trying to work on her many faults and learn more about the Ancients and their magic. Accompanied as always by her faithful shadow, Severin she works to master her powers to protect the city of Elantris once again. Just about all the secondary characters make an appearance and it sets up quite nicely for the books to come...
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on August 8, 2010
Once again Michelle Sagara has come up with an interesting and compelling read of her character of Kaylin Neya. Kaylin once more finds herself patrolling Elani street but this time some of the charlatans magics are actually working. That and the fact it rains blood over a large piece of the city means Kaylin's adventures are just beginning. She has to balance the threat of the end of the world with her dreaded and soon to arrive etiquette lessons. Sagara as always delivers first class fantasy and gives us an enjoyable story. One which I have already read several times and will no doubt reread many times in the future. I look forward to reading Cast in Moonlight in the Harvest Moon Anthology about Kaylin's arrival in the Hawks this October.
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