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Years before Sophie and Josh Newman met Nicholas Flamel, two legendary warriors fought together for the first time. Billy the Kid and Scathach the Shadow. Now that lost story can be told . . .   Billy the Kid is immortal. And being immortal means following unpredictable paths. With this exclusive eBook, Michael Scott offers readers a never-before-seen short story from the wo Years before Sophie and Josh Newman met Nicholas Flamel, two legendary warriors fought together for the first time. Billy the Kid and Scathach the Shadow. Now that lost story can be told . . .   Billy the Kid is immortal. And being immortal means following unpredictable paths. With this exclusive eBook, Michael Scott offers readers a never-before-seen short story from the world of the bestselling series the Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel: the tale of how Billy the Kid and Scathach meet for the first time and join forces against the unseen, deadly and eternally hungry vampyres who control the city of Las Vegas—where Scathach must face her greatest fear.


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Years before Sophie and Josh Newman met Nicholas Flamel, two legendary warriors fought together for the first time. Billy the Kid and Scathach the Shadow. Now that lost story can be told . . .   Billy the Kid is immortal. And being immortal means following unpredictable paths. With this exclusive eBook, Michael Scott offers readers a never-before-seen short story from the wo Years before Sophie and Josh Newman met Nicholas Flamel, two legendary warriors fought together for the first time. Billy the Kid and Scathach the Shadow. Now that lost story can be told . . .   Billy the Kid is immortal. And being immortal means following unpredictable paths. With this exclusive eBook, Michael Scott offers readers a never-before-seen short story from the world of the bestselling series the Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel: the tale of how Billy the Kid and Scathach meet for the first time and join forces against the unseen, deadly and eternally hungry vampyres who control the city of Las Vegas—where Scathach must face her greatest fear.

30 review for Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas

  1. 4 out of 5

    Daniel

    A fun little story set before the main series, but the title is a bit misleading since the tale is centered around the Shadow. Still Billy is the high point here cause since he seems like the only one having some fun.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    "I told you not to touch it.” “You told me not to open it,” Billy corrected the Elder. Quetzalcoatl’s black eyes fixed on Billy. The American immortal shrugged. “ ‘Don’t open,’ you said, not ‘don’t touch.’ ”“ Do not touch,” Quetzalcoatl snapped. Billy grinned. “Then how am I going to carry it?” ---- "You’re my type of girl,” the immortal said admiringly. Scathach laughed. “Oh, Billy. I’m a ten-thousand-year-old vampire. I am most definitely not your type of girl.” Billy’s cheeks suddenly reddened "I told you not to touch it.” “You told me not to open it,” Billy corrected the Elder. Quetzalcoatl’s black eyes fixed on Billy. The American immortal shrugged. “ ‘Don’t open,’ you said, not ‘don’t touch.’ ”“ Do not touch,” Quetzalcoatl snapped. Billy grinned. “Then how am I going to carry it?” ---- "You’re my type of girl,” the immortal said admiringly. Scathach laughed. “Oh, Billy. I’m a ten-thousand-year-old vampire. I am most definitely not your type of girl.” Billy’s cheeks suddenly reddened. “I was talking about planning. I—I’m not that big on planning myself,” he stammered. “I wasn’t suggesting anything else.…” “Stop talking now,” the Shadow commanded with a grin. --- Oh god, two of my favorite and most beloved characters together--what else could be better? Read it now. Seriously. [5 Stars]

  3. 5 out of 5

    Odette Brethouwer

    I finished this late last night, a bit past bedtime. I loved to be back in the world Michael Scott created! It made me remember how much I love Scathach. And, like good novella's do, t gave me more background about some characters in the series, and I love that! I feel like rereading this series now! Mayby next year, let me first reread Harry Potter ;) I finished this late last night, a bit past bedtime. I loved to be back in the world Michael Scott created! It made me remember how much I love Scathach. And, like good novella's do, t gave me more background about some characters in the series, and I love that! I feel like rereading this series now! Mayby next year, let me first reread Harry Potter ;)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Skip

    Better than most novella. The immortal Billy the Kid is asked to deliver a mysterious urn (actually Pandora's Box) to Scathach, the Warrior. An old friend and lover calls in a favor, asking Scathach to rescue him from vampyres and worse. Billy decides to tag along, out of chivalry and stubbornness despite the high probability of death. Turns out the ex-lover was trained to kill by Scathach and that both Scathach and her sister Aoife fell in love with him. In the end, a bond develops between Scat Better than most novella. The immortal Billy the Kid is asked to deliver a mysterious urn (actually Pandora's Box) to Scathach, the Warrior. An old friend and lover calls in a favor, asking Scathach to rescue him from vampyres and worse. Billy decides to tag along, out of chivalry and stubbornness despite the high probability of death. Turns out the ex-lover was trained to kill by Scathach and that both Scathach and her sister Aoife fell in love with him. In the end, a bond develops between Scathach and Billy the Kid. They are both good characters, and this short story provides some additional insight into their lives and personalities.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Uyên Khôi

    Oh it turned out Billy the Kid and Scathach knew each other, and even had an adventure together. Quite fair I think this short story is even better than the main stories. Maybe because it's short, since I found the 5 books of this series sometime lengthy. And I also like Billy more, as he didn't seem to be a bad guy. Oh it turned out Billy the Kid and Scathach knew each other, and even had an adventure together. Quite fair I think this short story is even better than the main stories. Maybe because it's short, since I found the 5 books of this series sometime lengthy. And I also like Billy more, as he didn't seem to be a bad guy.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa Nelson

    Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas is a novella that fits in with the Secrets of the Immortal Nicolas Flamel series, but it’s separate from the main plot, so you don’t need to read it to understand the series. It follows Scathach and Billy the Kid on a short adventure that takes them to Vegas where they battle with Vampyres. It’s a short read and fun, overall. I liked seeing more of these characters, and it helps create more of a context for a separate character who’s mentioned in passing in Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas is a novella that fits in with the Secrets of the Immortal Nicolas Flamel series, but it’s separate from the main plot, so you don’t need to read it to understand the series. It follows Scathach and Billy the Kid on a short adventure that takes them to Vegas where they battle with Vampyres. It’s a short read and fun, overall. I liked seeing more of these characters, and it helps create more of a context for a separate character who’s mentioned in passing in the main series. I was surprised by how much extra information Scott was able to pack in these few pages, while also creating appropriate tension and conflict. It’s much better than the Joan of Arc novella, in my opinion. It was nice to get a bit of a break from the main plot, and I loved being able to learn more about Billy the Kid. He’s becoming one of my favorite immortals so far. Like the series, I am continuously impressed by how well mythology and fantasy is blended into the real-world and just love spending time in Scott’s stories. I definitely recommend this for fans of the series! Also posted on Purple People Readers.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

    Billy was in the middle of fighting off vampyres while Scathach climbed up the side of the building. Billy's clothes got ripped to shreds because of the vampyres' long nails and sharp teeth. Scathach figured out that the whole thing was a trap once she smelled the Morrigan. The person she was rescuing ended up being the bad guy. The author did this to add a plot twist and surprise readers. I liked how he did this. It made it interesting to continue reading. Billy was in the middle of fighting off vampyres while Scathach climbed up the side of the building. Billy's clothes got ripped to shreds because of the vampyres' long nails and sharp teeth. Scathach figured out that the whole thing was a trap once she smelled the Morrigan. The person she was rescuing ended up being the bad guy. The author did this to add a plot twist and surprise readers. I liked how he did this. It made it interesting to continue reading.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Cherie

    This was a great "short" story! I love Billy! This was a great "short" story! I love Billy!

  9. 5 out of 5

    kartik narayanan

    Read the full review at my site Digital Amrit 'The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel' ranks among the most innovative and atypical Young Adult series I have read. While the series is named after the character Nicholas Flamel, the main characters are actually a set of twins - Sophie and Josh Newman. The books - set of 6 with an additional two novellas (last I checked) - chart the life and events of these twins over a period of a month after they discover that magic is real. While this type of Read the full review at my site Digital Amrit 'The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel' ranks among the most innovative and atypical Young Adult series I have read. While the series is named after the character Nicholas Flamel, the main characters are actually a set of twins - Sophie and Josh Newman. The books - set of 6 with an additional two novellas (last I checked) - chart the life and events of these twins over a period of a month after they discover that magic is real. While this type of plot device is common in the YA genre (magic is real/the chosen ones), Michael Scott excels in where he takes this premise. The world-building is fantastic - it is a great combination of the myths we know but with an additional twist on top. Add to this, Read the full review at my site Digital Amrit

  10. 4 out of 5

    Joselyn Moreno Burke

    This one was so entertaining actually, since it gave a glimpse not only into Billy the kid life but on Scathach life as well, and the friendship they have is pretty cool actually and it was a good thing that they met in this particular time. I liked the pace of the story and the fun Billy was having with all of this troubles that went down with Scathach and the peculiar shadow over her heart.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jas

    This was a quick read but a fun side story or background story to the Nicholas Flamel series. I loved those books and read them long ago and recently came across this. Decided to give it a read and was surprised at how much I remembered of the main series.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Love this series, one of my favorites.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mischa

    Unlike the previous novella, this one was really enjoyable. I just hope we'll see a bit of the Scatty-Billy dynamic in the last book of the series, I really liked them together. Unlike the previous novella, this one was really enjoyable. I just hope we'll see a bit of the Scatty-Billy dynamic in the last book of the series, I really liked them together.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Telisha

    This is a fun short story. I like the drama, the battle, the odd friendship but I do wish that we saw how hard it had been for Scatach to make the choice she did. I also would have enjoyed the rest of the story. Scatty, Billy the kid and a pithos against a cruel elder in a forgotten realm - would have been worth writing a few more chapters.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jenni

    I loved the Nicholas Flammel series (the Alchemyst) so I knew I had to read this extra about Billy and the Shadow. If you're familiar with the series, this is a must-read companion. I loved the Nicholas Flammel series (the Alchemyst) so I knew I had to read this extra about Billy and the Shadow. If you're familiar with the series, this is a must-read companion.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Clinton Harding

    Scott treats us to another side-story from his Flamel series of books. This time the short story concerns Bill the Kid, an immortal in the Flamel series, or it should concern Billy. I would say "... the Vampyres of Vegas" is a backstory on Billy but it isn't. His character acts the same as we're used him being in the series. He's an anti-hero, he works for the Dark Elders but readers get the sense that he has a moral compass and values that steer him his actions. At some point I expect him to fl Scott treats us to another side-story from his Flamel series of books. This time the short story concerns Bill the Kid, an immortal in the Flamel series, or it should concern Billy. I would say "... the Vampyres of Vegas" is a backstory on Billy but it isn't. His character acts the same as we're used him being in the series. He's an anti-hero, he works for the Dark Elders but readers get the sense that he has a moral compass and values that steer him his actions. At some point I expect him to flip sides, but that's not the point. In this short story Billy is sent on an errand for his Dark Elder master and get thrown into a Scathach adventure. The package Billy is delivering is sinister in nature and his Dark Elder master has some evil motives for giving it up to Scatty, however, the package is not the center of the conflict, only a means to get Billy hooked up with Scatty. And because Billy is not a villain, just a misbegotten dis-placed outlaw, he tags along on Scatty's adventure to lend a hand albeit he knows its dangerous. Effectively, his anti-hero image is solidified here. I won't spoil the plot but suffice it to say vampyres--the blood drinkers spell their name with a y and not an i, unlike the vegetarian variety--are involved as is a person from Scatty's past. Vampyres are only an obstacle to overcome, though. And because this is Scatty's adventure and it's her past coming to haunt, it's really her story. Billy is a sidekick. Which is the problem I have. The story needed to be about Billy, it needed to flesh out his character. This does not happen. We learn more about Scatty than anything. For the fact that Scatty does what she does best, and that is she kicks butt, and we learn more about her and some of the motives that drive her isolation and attitude, I find the story a good one. This story is also meant as simply a short treat for fans. However short or not, it fails in its title's promise... we don't get much depth from Billy. For that reason, the story is OK and not great. Still a fun read, lots of action and Scatty fun, Billy is a cool character too if a one dimensional one.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sammm

    If you were disappointment with the previous short, The Death of Joan of Arc, do still give this one a try! I admit, without reading the blurb, I was completely misled to believe this story would mainly be about Billy the Kid, and if that was your impression as well, you might feel a little bit cheated. Billy the Kid does get decent screen time, but this story provided the backstory between a certain twin sisters that wasn't exactly detailed in the main series. I was so happy because I had no ide If you were disappointment with the previous short, The Death of Joan of Arc, do still give this one a try! I admit, without reading the blurb, I was completely misled to believe this story would mainly be about Billy the Kid, and if that was your impression as well, you might feel a little bit cheated. Billy the Kid does get decent screen time, but this story provided the backstory between a certain twin sisters that wasn't exactly detailed in the main series. I was so happy because I had no idea that was what I'd be getting; even halfway through I thought, albeit probably a more significant one, it was about one of those pupils that eventually betrayed Scathach, after all, she did say there were many of those. But no, turns out it wasn't that, but the boy that caused Scathach and Aoife to not speak to one another in centuries. The only in-universe disappointment was that, apparently it really wasn't worth it at all, cuz this dude, while might have been noble when he was "alive," he was definitely a self-absorbing PIG after becoming an immortal. Good riddance.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Daphne (Illumicrate)

    I've always enjoyed novellas, especially those that give us more information on the characters we've come to know and love. This story focuses on how the two characters on opposing sides in present day, the immortal Billy the Kid and the incomparable Scathach, originally meet. Sent on an errand by his Elder master Queztalcoatl to deliver something to the Shadow, the Kid's curiosity and good manners gets the better of him as he ends up accompanying Scathach to Vegas after she receives a mysteriou I've always enjoyed novellas, especially those that give us more information on the characters we've come to know and love. This story focuses on how the two characters on opposing sides in present day, the immortal Billy the Kid and the incomparable Scathach, originally meet. Sent on an errand by his Elder master Queztalcoatl to deliver something to the Shadow, the Kid's curiosity and good manners gets the better of him as he ends up accompanying Scathach to Vegas after she receives a mysterious phonecall for help. Like the rest of the series, there is a blend of seamless myth weaving and action-adventure that I've come to know and love from Michael Scott. In this short novella, I encountered ancient weaponry, learned the difference between Vampyres and Vampires (only the ones with a 'y' are blood-drinkers), and met a legend thought to be dead. There was also a lot of character development in a short space of time and it made me like both characters a little better. I would recommend the novella to all fans of the series that need a little something to tide them over before the final book comes out later this year!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

    An GREAT short story to go along with the amazing series "The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel" by Michael Scott. Focusing on two of the series' most popular characters, Scathach and Billy the Kid, this "lost" story is set only a few short years before the main storyline of the 6 book series takes place. Billy and Scathach, who in the main series act as though they have never met, team up to take down some bloodsucking vampyres! And what better place to have savage vampyres controlling th An GREAT short story to go along with the amazing series "The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel" by Michael Scott. Focusing on two of the series' most popular characters, Scathach and Billy the Kid, this "lost" story is set only a few short years before the main storyline of the 6 book series takes place. Billy and Scathach, who in the main series act as though they have never met, team up to take down some bloodsucking vampyres! And what better place to have savage vampyres controlling then the sin city of Las Vegas, NV? But, Scathach is after a bit more then revenge when she enlists the help of the Kid. This short companion story is fast paced and full of action! Scott does an amazing job of keeping the story moving along, while at the same time throwing in little bits that gives us some insight into why these two characters act the way they do when it comes to the main books. A fantastic quick read! Worth every penny!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Genny

    I love The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel series and I love that Mr Scott has taken the time to provide us with these short stories that add more depth and history to our favorite characters. Of course I wish the story were longer, but this one takes one of our favorite characters, Scatty, and shows yet another side to her. And the bonus of getting more of the adorable Billy the Kid is just the cherry on top. The story is interesting, fast paced, and while it is set a few years before t I love The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel series and I love that Mr Scott has taken the time to provide us with these short stories that add more depth and history to our favorite characters. Of course I wish the story were longer, but this one takes one of our favorite characters, Scatty, and shows yet another side to her. And the bonus of getting more of the adorable Billy the Kid is just the cherry on top. The story is interesting, fast paced, and while it is set a few years before the series, the events tie into what we have learned about these characters so easily. If you were not a fan of the series before reading this one, you will be! And you will be running out to pick up the series so you can find just how these events are connected. If you are a fan of the series, well, you probably want more like me, but are thrilled to get this adventure of Scatty and Billy the Kid.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

    I have a biased opinion as Billy the Kid is my least favorite immortal in the series (got a soft spot for Machiavelli), but this was alright. I preferred the Joan of Arc short story, but I hope Michael Scott will continue to write these stories as they "quench" my thirst while I wait for the next Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel book I have a biased opinion as Billy the Kid is my least favorite immortal in the series (got a soft spot for Machiavelli), but this was alright. I preferred the Joan of Arc short story, but I hope Michael Scott will continue to write these stories as they "quench" my thirst while I wait for the next Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel book

  22. 5 out of 5

    Bryan

    I enjoyed reading the back story of Billy the Kid and Scathach. She is one of the best characters in the series. I have to admit that it has been years since I read the series so I don't remember the context of the relationship between Billy the Kid and Scathach. It is a fun quick story. I enjoyed reading the back story of Billy the Kid and Scathach. She is one of the best characters in the series. I have to admit that it has been years since I read the series so I don't remember the context of the relationship between Billy the Kid and Scathach. It is a fun quick story.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jay

    gotta love scathach!!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas: A Lost Story from the Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel is a short story from The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel series written by Michael Scott, which tells the story of how Billy the Kid – a human immortal first meeting with Scathath. This short story takes place before the series, but should be read after The Sorceress after Billy the Kid officially appeared in the core series. Billy the Kid, born Henry McCarty is an immortal servant of Q Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas: A Lost Story from the Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel is a short story from The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel series written by Michael Scott, which tells the story of how Billy the Kid – a human immortal first meeting with Scathath. This short story takes place before the series, but should be read after The Sorceress after Billy the Kid officially appeared in the core series. Billy the Kid, born Henry McCarty is an immortal servant of Quetzalcoatl. He aids Niccolò Machiavelli in his service of the Dark Elders. However, in this short story, Billy the Kid, who happens to be in Los Vegas, meets Scathach and join forces against the unseen, deadly, and eternally hungry vampyres who has taken control of the entire city. Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas: A Lost Story from the Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel is written rather well. It gives new light to both Billy the Kid and Scathath and to see them interact with each other as they are, until recently, on the different sides of the main conflict. Their repartee are very well written and a joy to read. All in all, Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas: A Lost Story from the Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel is a wonderfully written short story about the backstory of Billy the Kid and his one-time partnership with Scathach. It is also a worthy addition to The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel universe – enriching it just a tad more.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Leigh

    Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas is a great short story set in the series universe. I love seeing old and new characters mesh together and getting to see a side of them we don’t see in the series. I love that this short story takes place in the same universe of the series but takes place prior to the series so there are no spoilers. However, the ending is a bit rushed, but it plays well into the magic of the series. I look forward to seeing what this series has in store. Read my full revie Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas is a great short story set in the series universe. I love seeing old and new characters mesh together and getting to see a side of them we don’t see in the series. I love that this short story takes place in the same universe of the series but takes place prior to the series so there are no spoilers. However, the ending is a bit rushed, but it plays well into the magic of the series. I look forward to seeing what this series has in store. Read my full review on Bound to Writing: https://www.boundtowriting.com/alchem...

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sasan

    Despite the fact that Scathach (who is one of my favourite characters btw) was a big voice and presence in the novella, alongside Billy who I’m pretty neutral towards; it was unfortunately pretty boring for at least 16 out of the 19 minuscule chapters this novella had. Nothing much happened in it that I didn’t know or see before, and when I read it after reaching the end of book 5 it was pretty easy to figure out how it will go down from the first few chapters which made the journey to reach sai Despite the fact that Scathach (who is one of my favourite characters btw) was a big voice and presence in the novella, alongside Billy who I’m pretty neutral towards; it was unfortunately pretty boring for at least 16 out of the 19 minuscule chapters this novella had. Nothing much happened in it that I didn’t know or see before, and when I read it after reaching the end of book 5 it was pretty easy to figure out how it will go down from the first few chapters which made the journey to reach said eventual predictable result, a somewhat of a hassle for me so meh.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Keith Beasley-Topliffe

    A nice bonus This novella could be read on its own, but it is really intended as a bonus story for fans of the Flamel series. In The Warlock (#5) we hear that Scathach & Billy the Kid had great adventures together. This novella is the first one. It tells how they met, fought monsters together and separately (including a boss), and went on from there. And since that's a good stopping place, it stops. Plenty of action in a small package and insight for the (much) larger series. A nice bonus This novella could be read on its own, but it is really intended as a bonus story for fans of the Flamel series. In The Warlock (#5) we hear that Scathach & Billy the Kid had great adventures together. This novella is the first one. It tells how they met, fought monsters together and separately (including a boss), and went on from there. And since that's a good stopping place, it stops. Plenty of action in a small package and insight for the (much) larger series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Max

    Finally got around to reading this short book (60 pages) that was hidden between books 5 and 6. I didn't even know it existed until last month. Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas explores Billy the Kid and The Shadow's path with an exciting story about betrayal and emotional loss. Although it is really short, it is exciting and has a nice plot. It isn't necessary to read this book in the order of the series. Finally got around to reading this short book (60 pages) that was hidden between books 5 and 6. I didn't even know it existed until last month. Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas explores Billy the Kid and The Shadow's path with an exciting story about betrayal and emotional loss. Although it is really short, it is exciting and has a nice plot. It isn't necessary to read this book in the order of the series.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kārlis

    Ah, how I've missed these characters, this hodge-podge of mythology and legends. It's a great short story, again, showing the badassery of Scathach and also the great potential as a sidekick for Billy the Kid. Great descriptions (Michael Scott is really great at setting the mood and making you feel like you're there with the characters), awesome fight scenes, and pretty enjoyable humour. All around the best source of nostalgia from the memorable world of Nicholas Flamel, the immortal human. Ah, how I've missed these characters, this hodge-podge of mythology and legends. It's a great short story, again, showing the badassery of Scathach and also the great potential as a sidekick for Billy the Kid. Great descriptions (Michael Scott is really great at setting the mood and making you feel like you're there with the characters), awesome fight scenes, and pretty enjoyable humour. All around the best source of nostalgia from the memorable world of Nicholas Flamel, the immortal human.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ginny

    This was a good between-the-numbers story featuring one of the more recognizable minor characters. And Scathach shines with her wit and sarcasm. It really illustrates how she's managed to stay alive for millennia. However, Setanta isn't written well or mentioned anywhere else in the series. He's just kind of thrown in so it's difficult to care about him as a character. Will and I are still enjoying the series and look forward to starting the fourth book. This was a good between-the-numbers story featuring one of the more recognizable minor characters. And Scathach shines with her wit and sarcasm. It really illustrates how she's managed to stay alive for millennia. However, Setanta isn't written well or mentioned anywhere else in the series. He's just kind of thrown in so it's difficult to care about him as a character. Will and I are still enjoying the series and look forward to starting the fourth book.

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