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Greatcoat's LamentIo soon discovers his own life is in mortal danger from a poison administered as a final act of revenge by one of his deadliest enemies As chaos and civil war begin to overtake the country Falcio has precious little time left to stop those determined to destroy his homela. Mini Review 455 stars Considering how polarized my opinion was for Traitor’s Blade it’s surprising even to me how thoroughly I enjoyed Knight’s Shadow It must have been the perfect combination of elements to satisfy my mood because even while reading it I couldn’t put my finger on exactly why I liked it so much It just had that addictive uality that kept pulling me back to it in favor of other things which is something books don’t do to me a lot these days The balance between humor and grit was well done so I enjoyed laughing while simultaneously sinking my teeth into a rich story When de Castell is on his game I have a hard time pulling away I’ll I can say is he seems to have found his groove so if you’ve waffled on continuing the series consider this gentle encouragement to keep going Via The Obsessive Bookseller at wwwNikiHawkescom Other books you might like

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Tale of heroism and betrayal in a country crushed under the weight of its rulers' corruptionA few days after the horrifying murder of a duke and his family Falcio val Mond swordsman and First Cantor of the Greatcoats begins a deadly pursuit to capture the killer But Falc. Being the second book in the series we already know most of the players but they are further characterised as de Castell goes deeper with them giving some unexpected layers Take Brasti for example he’s the archer and was the comic relief in the first book always cracking a joke and having a uip at hand but in Knight’s Shadow he shows surprising depth and emotion not just the laughable fool we imagined but a fully rounded characterThe seuel picks up pretty much right after the close of Traitor’s Blade The great pleasures of Knight’s Shadow is it's many unexpected turns which serve to keep the reader always on hisher toes and I can’t think of the last time a book surprised me so oftenThe world building is once again top notch exploring in further detail both The Greatcoats past and Tristia’s history The book is also slightly darker in tone than the first with the revelation of the truly horrifying and sinister cruelty that is The Greatcoat’s Lament With the darkness we still have the underlying humor from the trio that made the first book such a great read fantasy Three Musketeers y’allTakes everything that was good in Traitor’s Blade raises the bar and improves on it no second book slump for de Castell with this one plot twists character development and even better writing make this a magnificent continuation of the Greatcoats story and another entertaining and surprisingly emotional must readI can safely say that Knight's Shadow is not only every bit as good as its predecessor but actually surpasses it in numerous ways and paves a very bright road forward for this series The story is as engaging as it can be the universe is ever enthralling and detailed and most of the characters fall under the category of unforgettable If you enjoyed the first book in the series then I highly recommend you keep on going with this one

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free read Greatcoat's Lament 106 ½ Following his beloved debut Traitor's Blade Sebastien de Castell returns with volume two of his fast paced fantasy adventure series inspired by the swashbuckling action and witty banter of The Three Musketeers Knight's Shadow continues the series with a thrilling and dark tale of heroism and betrayal in a country crushed unFollowing his beloved debut Traitor's Blade Sebastien de Castell returns with volume two of his fast paced fantasy adventure series inspired by the swashbuckling action and witty banter of The Three Musketeers Knight's Shadow continues the series with a thrilling and dark. 1 Traitor's Blade ★★★★★ “My name is Falcio val Mond one of the last of the King's Greatcoats and if you listen very carefully you might still be able to hear me screaming” I mean this is probably the greatest line in any prologue ever And if this doesn't make you want to read this amazing series I'm not sure what will Yet I'll try to sing its praises anyway Falcio and the gang are up to even move adventures in this second book while still trying to honor their promises to their dead king Someone is killing the nine DukesDuchesses of Tristia and blaming their murders on the Greatcoats Falcio Kest and Brasti are trying to get to the bottom of it while also trying to keep their lives in a world where the majority of the population want to see them dead The rest of this review will have spoilers from Traitor's Blade so if you have not read Traitor's Blade please do yourself a favor and start it tonight then come back and read this portion of my review “We'd stood in that room and locked eyes and without having to speak it aloud shared a single silent promise if the world is going to fall apart then we will go down with it Fighting” Falcio is on a mission to tell the Dukes and Duchesses of the kingdom how needed King's Law is since the events in Traitor's Blade have almost started a civil war Trin now duchess is on a mission to rule and has five thousand soldiers on her side Falcio tries to win Aline's favor from the different Dukes until the Dukes and their family line start dying Oh and Falcio is dying from the neatha thanks to Partiana in Traitor's Blade Yeah this book is action packed to say the least The Greatcoats are not the only ones being blamed for the murder; the Dashini assassins from Traitor's Blade are also being suspects The citizens of Tristia are also uprising and have found the numbers and weapons to pose a big threat Trin lurks in the shadows a great deal of this book but has enough appearances to remind you she is the true villainKest is constantly struggling to contain his Saint's Fever now that he is the Saint of Swords which makes him go into a killing frenzy Brasti is Brasti the hilarious ladies man that makes me laugh out loud constantly while reading Brasti's story arc is actually pretty amazing in this book and one of my favorite surprises We are introduced to a new character and Greatcoat named Dariana I loved her storyline and characters growth but I'm not sure if I ship her with Brasti or Valiana to be honest Regardless Sebastien de Castell is the master at writing characters and he doesn't just use his talent for his main characters; his side characters are phenomenal too The other character I actually really loved in this book was Duke Jillard Well him and Tommer Seeing Jillard's reactions to his son and his son's actions are one of my favorite things in this book And when he called Tommer his very soul my heart exploded into a million confetti shaped hearts I swear Lowkey Tommer and Aline are my OTP “Happiness is a series of grains of sand spread out in a desert of violence and anguish” This book is heart wrenching cruel unfair a tad bit soul crushing and it is truly in a league above the rest This is the best series I've read in years and I can't believe it is not popular I honestly have fallen so in love with this series and I will sing its praises like a Bardatti to anyone who will listen RIP Vadren Graff you will be remembered Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Youtube | Twitch