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on July 1, 2010
starts a tad slow [for reilly] some sameness in traps and pitfalls as in previous novels, but in the end he still has action scenes second to none.
on February 28, 2011
This was the third and I assume last in the series. The other two were The Seven Deadly Wonders and The Six Sacred Stones. This book almost seemed to be written like a movie , and would translate well into a movie. But, for reading, seemed rushed. I much preferred the first two and if you picked this one up not knowing it was the 3rd in a series, you would be totally lost.