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Op to it is by finding the murderer He has only one clue a terrifying iron mask which makes the Saints vulnerable by driving them mad But even if he can find the killer he'll still have to face him in battleAnd that may be a duel that no swordsman no matter how skilled can hope to wi. Saint’s Blood was everything I could have asked for in a penultimate to a series and deserved to be awarded the full 5 stars for such an amazing reading experience It made me laugh and it made me cry It also made me curious anxious frustrated and finally it made my heart soar When a book is able to make me feel so much it is right and just for me to place it among my favourites The pacing of the plot was in my opinion close to perfect with a slightly slower build up at the beginning to lay the groundwork of the larger peril Tristia was facing aside from just petty despicable Dukes I realised that I love mystery elements even in fantasy as I was fascinated and pulled in by the gradual unravelling of the identity of the person and the reason behind the rampant killing of the Saints Arising from this narrative we learnt about the Gods and Saints which we’ve so far only been able to appreciate in small doses; most intriguing being the purpose of Saints in a world that already has its Gods Truth is being buried under deception faith drowned by fear Faith has always been nebulous inherently hard to break but also terribly easy to pervert This is why religion has been consistently the predominant cause for conflict and war and in these modern times terrorism Religious fanaticism and self righteousness can literally destroy the concept of what is just right and lawful And that is the main theme underlying the story in Saint’s Blood While there isn’t a single scene in here that can beat the Lament from Knight's Shadow in terms of grimness I find that the overall theme around faith fear and religion to be darker For one thing the formation of the zealots was positively sickening I also find the action and fight scenes brutal in this installmentWhile the story was engaging what captivated me the most was the character development I just cannot begin to describe how masterfully executed the development of the main and supporting characters was in this book; all the impressive given that it was written in first person perspective of Falcio only This was splendidly complemented with believable interaction between the characters and great dialogue Three broken men trying to pretend we can continue living in the past The wonderful trio of Falcio Kest and Brasti and their bromance completely slayed me and turned me into mush inside There is just so much love compassion and loyalty between these three badass Greatcoats and it’s all doled out with lashings of humour that one needs to have a heart of stone not to love these guys ”So just answer me this if you’re beside me are my chances of failing or less than they would be without you” “I can’t think of one reason why I’d want to hug you” “I can think of one” “Yeah What would that be” “Because if you don’t get off your ass and stand up so that I can hug you I’m going to kiss you right on the mouth” The growth in the female characters was eually fantastic if not given that they were not the main characters and hence had less page time Valiana’s cunning strength and courage continues to astound but the most amazing change of all can be seen in young Aline who surprised everyone Meanwhile Ethalia progressed from being a side character to one of great importance in the larger scheme of things One unexpected individual in particular which elevated the characterisation in Saint’s Blood from great to masterful was that of a ‘villain’ one whom I used to view as despicable but has now risen in my esteem But no man is all one thing; none of us are pure in our beliefs or our devotions We are all bound by the frailties of our humanity some of which feed our hatred some of which very occasionally make us want to be something better The climax and denouement of the plot in Saint’s Blood was utterly satisfying to say the least I am ever enthralled by stories of the best of humanity in the face of the worst and this book delivered an abundance of amazing moments that were gloriously heartwarming I will move onto the last book with both trepidation and anticipation as this one will be uite hard to beat This review can also be found at Booknest

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Saint's BloodHow do you kill a SaintFalcio Kest and Brasti are about to find out because someone has figured out a way to do it and they've started with a friendThe Dukes were already looking for ways out of their agreement to put Aline on the throne but with the Saints turning up dead rumours ar. My name is Falcio val Mond First Cantor of the King's Greatcoats Not long ago I was one of the finest swordsmen in the world These days Not so much I love maps I'm going to start me a map collection from all the books I love That will take awhile Anyway I don't think the second and third book was as good as the first one but it was still freaking awesome Aline manned up and showed everyone that's she's not just some little girl they are putting on the throne Some crackpots are out killing the Saints which sucks of course But isn't there always some crackpot Peeps die and come back to life It actually makes me scared for the last book with all of this dying and coming back to life but maybe it will sort itself out I just love this series so much I love Kest Brasti and Falcio I know I keep saying that in all of my reviews but it's true I can't say it enough They are just great characters who love each other and watch out for each other even if they do cuss each other from time to time ❤There seemed to be fighting in this book More people being stabbed and other sorts of things People being taken over and made to wear these evil masks and attack others or just die You can read all about that Either way it was another great book in the series and I'm off to the last book And I'm scared MY BLOG Melissa Martin's Reading List

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Saint's Blood Read & Download ó 104 Ð How do you kill a SaintFalcio Kest and Brasti are about to find out because someone has figured out a way to do it and they've started with a friendThe Dukes were already looking for ways out of their agreement to put Aline on the throne but with the Saints turning up dead rumours are spreading that the GodsE spreading that the Gods themselves oppose her ascension Now churches are looking to protect themselves by bringing back the military orders of religious soldiers assassins and especially Inuisitors a move that could turn the country into a theocracy The only way Falcio can put a st. 45 “Deato mendea valus febletta The Gods give every man a weakness” Another amazing novel in a fantastic series I seriously can't recommend these books enough to fantasy fans This is definitely my favourite novel in the series so far however for me it still had some pretty minor flaws The book is set four months after its predecessor It follows Falcio Kest Brasti as they go on another adventure full of good shit Every village needs an idiot After reading two books in the series and feeling kinda meh about them I was relieved that I enjoyed this one from start to finish The writing continues to be flawless the action scenes are amazing and so well written This time around I found the fights action scenes less 'random' Like I was only here for the badassery and fist fights luckily I got both One of my favourite things about this novel is that it's extremely fast paced so I didn't have time to get bored while reading it like shit went down on every page So it's easily devoured I'm a snail and read it in two days One of the minor cons for me is the book is written in first person POV this is definitely a matter of personal taste and it shouldn't effect anyone else's reading experience But it ruined mine I just wanted to be in Brasti and Kest's brains aswell honestly I'm goddamn sick of Falcio his bitching That brings me to another minor issue I had with the novel I can't stand the way Falcio is his such a dick the way he talks to his friend is depressing tbh he is just a depressing sap and I feel because we read from only his perspective that the book takes on a depressing feel and kinda saps the fun out the book at times But I still love the idiot ALSO I hate the romance in this novel it feels so forced so whenever the 'insta love pair' were together I felt like headbutting a wall Now all that shitty stuff is out of the way I can outrageously gush over the things I loved about this book I'm a sucker for a bromance and totally LOVE the bromance contained in this novel It gave me all the feels Instead of the Three Musketeers for me it's like the Three Stooges only with a swords sorcery they are all endearing idiots The banter is amazing Like I just want to embrace all three characters even Falcio who I think could out talk me in a talking competition Like damn that guy never shuts up But seriously they all need to become my friends in real life I felt emotionally attached to the characters in this book so at some parts while reading dust flew into my eyes and made them water The character development is amazing for all characters especially one of the side character Valiana imo she is one of the best developed fantasy characters ever and definitely one of my favourites I also adore two new characters Aline because she has balls then the men and she's a 14 year old girl Tommer because his the bravest snowflake ever created I totally missed Darriana in this book I need of her A fantastic character driven novel with a fun and well thought out plot This book borderlines on grimdark and I love how savage it is I definitely approvePs Saint mercy would hate me because I'm as bloodthirsty as they come plus I hate the bitch and want to stab her with a blunt rusted fork You can find this review and my other reviews at Booksprens