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Librarian Note: Alternate Cover Edition for ISBN10: 1479321044 / ISBN13: 9781479321049. TO WALK IN THE WAY OF LIONS is the second in the powerful Original Series by H. Leighton Dickson and picks up where TO JOURNEY IN THE YEAR OF THE TIGER leaves off. This is a sweeping post-apocalyptic tale of genetically altered lions and tigers, wolves and dragons in a world that has evo Librarian Note: Alternate Cover Edition for ISBN10: 1479321044 / ISBN13: 9781479321049. TO WALK IN THE WAY OF LIONS is the second in the powerful Original Series by H. Leighton Dickson and picks up where TO JOURNEY IN THE YEAR OF THE TIGER leaves off. This is a sweeping post-apocalyptic tale of genetically altered lions and tigers, wolves and dragons in a world that has evolved in the wake of the fall of human civilization. Half feline, half human, their culture blends those of Dynastic China, Ancient India and Feudal Japan where humans are legend and kingdoms have risen in their stead. Fans of Tolkien, GAME OF THRONES, REDWALL or Japanese anime will be entertained in these intelligent and beautifully written pages in a blend of science, fantasy and zoological speculation. “World-building on par with Zelazny!” The conclusion to the sweeping epic that began in 'TO JOURNEY IN THE YEAR OF THE TIGER, the story picks up where Journey leaves off, in the harsh deserts of Khanisthan. The team is running under a very set of different dynamics than before, for not only will they be forced to confront enemies tracking from the North and a hostile force from the Palace following from the South, but they must face their own demons that are plaguing them from within. It's man against man, cat against cat, Seer against Alchemist, knowledge versus ‘the Way of Things’ – a Sci-Fi 'Pride and Prejudice and Lions', like you’ve never read it before. From the ruthless wilds of Khanisthan to the wind-swept shores of the Mediterranean Sea, the beauty and savagery of the Upper Kingdom unfolds like a living thing before them as they travel and Kirin will find out what it means to follow the code of Bushido to the gates of death and beyond… This is the journey of six individuals as they travel beyond the edges of the known Empire, into lands uncharted and wild. Theirs is a journey of magic and mystery, science and swords, romance and intrigue. It is a journey of different perspectives and unexpected kharma and love found in surprising places. It is a journey that takes place five thousand years or so in the future, naturally in the Year of the Tiger.


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Librarian Note: Alternate Cover Edition for ISBN10: 1479321044 / ISBN13: 9781479321049. TO WALK IN THE WAY OF LIONS is the second in the powerful Original Series by H. Leighton Dickson and picks up where TO JOURNEY IN THE YEAR OF THE TIGER leaves off. This is a sweeping post-apocalyptic tale of genetically altered lions and tigers, wolves and dragons in a world that has evo Librarian Note: Alternate Cover Edition for ISBN10: 1479321044 / ISBN13: 9781479321049. TO WALK IN THE WAY OF LIONS is the second in the powerful Original Series by H. Leighton Dickson and picks up where TO JOURNEY IN THE YEAR OF THE TIGER leaves off. This is a sweeping post-apocalyptic tale of genetically altered lions and tigers, wolves and dragons in a world that has evolved in the wake of the fall of human civilization. Half feline, half human, their culture blends those of Dynastic China, Ancient India and Feudal Japan where humans are legend and kingdoms have risen in their stead. Fans of Tolkien, GAME OF THRONES, REDWALL or Japanese anime will be entertained in these intelligent and beautifully written pages in a blend of science, fantasy and zoological speculation. “World-building on par with Zelazny!” The conclusion to the sweeping epic that began in 'TO JOURNEY IN THE YEAR OF THE TIGER, the story picks up where Journey leaves off, in the harsh deserts of Khanisthan. The team is running under a very set of different dynamics than before, for not only will they be forced to confront enemies tracking from the North and a hostile force from the Palace following from the South, but they must face their own demons that are plaguing them from within. It's man against man, cat against cat, Seer against Alchemist, knowledge versus ‘the Way of Things’ – a Sci-Fi 'Pride and Prejudice and Lions', like you’ve never read it before. From the ruthless wilds of Khanisthan to the wind-swept shores of the Mediterranean Sea, the beauty and savagery of the Upper Kingdom unfolds like a living thing before them as they travel and Kirin will find out what it means to follow the code of Bushido to the gates of death and beyond… This is the journey of six individuals as they travel beyond the edges of the known Empire, into lands uncharted and wild. Theirs is a journey of magic and mystery, science and swords, romance and intrigue. It is a journey of different perspectives and unexpected kharma and love found in surprising places. It is a journey that takes place five thousand years or so in the future, naturally in the Year of the Tiger.

30 review for To Walk in the Way of Lions

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mei

    Oh, what a treat this book was!!!! I started only liking the first book, liking very, very much the second and loving passionately the third!!! In this, second one, many things are revealed and many more things happen. We left our company with the decision to find Joseph. But, while Kirin is given order to kill him, the other are fascinated by meeting an Ancestor. Why, nobody even though one existed anymore! So they have to start a new quest. They have to go outside of the know borders of the empir Oh, what a treat this book was!!!! I started only liking the first book, liking very, very much the second and loving passionately the third!!! In this, second one, many things are revealed and many more things happen. We left our company with the decision to find Joseph. But, while Kirin is given order to kill him, the other are fascinated by meeting an Ancestor. Why, nobody even though one existed anymore! So they have to start a new quest. They have to go outside of the know borders of the empire, where other races live. They also don’t know exactly where they have to go. Joseph is a little help: he’s bewildered: what happened to the world he knew? Who are those strange people he keep hearing in his head? Where are they? What do they want? We get to find out that the feline people have some strange powers too. The seer, Sireth, is the one through whom Joseph speaks. He also have visions of the future: he’s the seer after all! He’s also bitter and scarred. Sherah is more than ever mysterious: what’s her goal? Who is she working for? Why does it seem that even when she helps, she’s doing everything to thwart them? Who is she really? Fallon seems the only one who is just as she appears to be: she’s the only one true. While Kerris seems very happy, he’s not – he’s bitter even if he smiles and jokes. His teasing is barbed… In this book we find some of their background stories. What makes every one of them tick. Why Kirin is so much duty bound. Why major Ursa (who Kirin’s right hand) is such a lethal weapon. We also find out what’s happening on the empress’ court. The complex plot machinated by her advisors. We also get to know the empress better. Where in the first book she was just a sketch, here we get to know her better. Her force and her backbone of steel. We also get to know Joseph – finally! And he seems strange to them and they seem strange to him, obviously! We discover, but we suspected since the first book, what happened to the world. We, the humans, played God to save our race from the catastrophe and genetically experimented with merging human and animal DNA… But they abandoned the experiment when the altered humans got violent and went on deep-freeze. Joseph was one of those who cryogenically “slept” for thousands of years. In this book the main characters dramatically change when faced with some very difficult choices. When faced with actions that have unexpected and tragic results. When their own fears emerge and slap them in the face. … when a series of actions catastrophic and choices brings on a catastrophic results… A very, very tragic climax…

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bard Constantine

    Having been sucked into Dickson’s world of anthropomorphic animal characters in her first novel, I was eager to return for the sequel. To put it lightly, I had not enjoyed a fantasy novel in a long time as much as Year of the Tiger. In it, I was taken into a fantasy world that discards the overused European mythology for a blend of Chinese, Indian, and Japanese myths that unite to form the culture of Dickson’s world. In the first novel the characters were introduced and were appealing and intere Having been sucked into Dickson’s world of anthropomorphic animal characters in her first novel, I was eager to return for the sequel. To put it lightly, I had not enjoyed a fantasy novel in a long time as much as Year of the Tiger. In it, I was taken into a fantasy world that discards the overused European mythology for a blend of Chinese, Indian, and Japanese myths that unite to form the culture of Dickson’s world. In the first novel the characters were introduced and were appealing and interesting enough to follow halfway around the world in their quest to unravel the mystery of their fallen Seers. Dickson’s talent is her character’s appeal, the way her motley crew of different personalities interacts like a dysfunctional family. The new novel digs deeper, exposing the frailties of the characters. Their individual histories are expounded upon, revealing secrets that the others are unprepared for. I particularly found myself captivated by the relationship between the noble and rigid Kirin and the mysterious and deadly Sherah. Of all the characters, the seductive cheetah and honor-bound lion have the least in common, and the way that they interact is strangely compelling and saddening. But then the entire story is driven by relationships. The yin/yang between the lion brothers, the dance of attraction between Ursa and Sireth as well as Fallon and Kerris. Each character is wonderfully flawed, and their flaws quickly wear on each other as the journey progresses. (with the exception of Fallon, who is the only character in the story that doesn’t quite work in my opinion. Too young to be a true Scholar, and her speech patterns clash with the way that everyone else in the story talks.) In a way, the actual mission is the backdrop to a study of characters. By the time the novel draws to a startlingly brutal and dramatic conclusion, the mystery of the Ancestors is second fiddle to the culmination of how the characters try to salvage the relationships that they have so severely damaged on the way. Speaking of damage, events in the climax definitely took me by surprise. Dickson is not afraid to subject her characters to the cruelest of consequences, and the emotional impact is staggering. Just because feline characters are prominent does not make this a story for children. I haven’t been this stunned by deadly turn of events since reading a certain other fantasy series that will go unnamed. Bottom line: Read the first book in the series. By the time you get to this one, you will no doubt be as drawn into this world as I am. Dickson creates a unique world of captivation characters that you will be grateful to journey with. Five out of five stars.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    To Walk in the Way of Lions takes everything I loved about Book 1, To Journey in the Year of the Tiger and manages to make me fall in love with the world and characters all over again. I've laughed, been saddened, felt anxious and let out great happy sighs. Dickson's places and characters are immersive and addictive. I'm so very glad there is another book in the series. Again, I find myself wanting to say so much my voice feels blocked by the sheer volume of things to say. These stories continue t To Walk in the Way of Lions takes everything I loved about Book 1, To Journey in the Year of the Tiger and manages to make me fall in love with the world and characters all over again. I've laughed, been saddened, felt anxious and let out great happy sighs. Dickson's places and characters are immersive and addictive. I'm so very glad there is another book in the series. Again, I find myself wanting to say so much my voice feels blocked by the sheer volume of things to say. These stories continue to be amazing, the characters touching and relatable and the adventure so encompassing all I can express is the fantastic experience spread through Dickson's pages.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Brendan Millings

    A fantastic follow-up. Every character feels very distinct and every character goes through their own arc of growth. My favorite part of the series is seeing how the story unfolds and how society has gotten to its current situation. My only complaint which was also the case in the first book, is that it's sometimes hard to figure out which character is currently speaking / being described as each character is either called by their first name, last name, or title, so it can get a little confusin A fantastic follow-up. Every character feels very distinct and every character goes through their own arc of growth. My favorite part of the series is seeing how the story unfolds and how society has gotten to its current situation. My only complaint which was also the case in the first book, is that it's sometimes hard to figure out which character is currently speaking / being described as each character is either called by their first name, last name, or title, so it can get a little confusing at times.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Coco.V

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  6. 4 out of 5

    Lucinda

    Just as good as the first one. I've already bought the rest of the series because I'm that addicted. The characters are very relatable. The story is fascinating and each character keeps developing and growing. Just as good as the first one. I've already bought the rest of the series because I'm that addicted. The characters are very relatable. The story is fascinating and each character keeps developing and growing.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Robert Negut

    Note: The review refers to the edition included in Sword, Steam and Sky: Four Book Fantasy Bundle. Still like the writing style, the author really is a storyteller, though she's also still in bad need of another pair of eyes to look over the text and do something about the many typos and even less easily explainable mistakes left in it, which is something I'm not sure how I forgot to mention in the quick review for the previous book in the series. But speaking of that previous book, the first hal Note: The review refers to the edition included in Sword, Steam and Sky: Four Book Fantasy Bundle. Still like the writing style, the author really is a storyteller, though she's also still in bad need of another pair of eyes to look over the text and do something about the many typos and even less easily explainable mistakes left in it, which is something I'm not sure how I forgot to mention in the quick review for the previous book in the series. But speaking of that previous book, the first half of this one can be described as largely more of the same in the good way, if anything perhaps even with less of the issues found there. The setting is still intriguing and the postapocalyptic aspect can still pretty much be ignored, the characters and their interactions remain interesting, believable, with layers and at least moments of depth, and you'll probably care and cheer for them without even the possible exceptions which may have existed before. But all of that applies to the first half... The second starts with the postapocalyptic aspect of the setting being explained and becoming impossible to ignore. Still far less problematic than what you'd normally expect when you see the term, but I assume it'll only get worse in the following books and it was quite an issue even in this one, seeing as I dislike the genre. In addition, the story and the characters get pushed too hard, stretched too thin. Actions and events don't quite add up, things are happening too fast without getting explained, or with the provided explanations being far from sufficient or, in some cases, even reasonable. And that's worse, since missing explanations may be provided later, but explanations and motivations that don't add up will continue to not add up. And it's probably not a case of lack of skill or ideas, and it may not even be due to rushing to finish, but possibly due to this infuriating drive to make books shorter and cut out anything deemed unessential, even though in plenty of cases, definitely including this one if this is what happened, those "unessential" elements are actually anything but.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Carlyle Clark

    H. Leighton Dickinson's To Journey in the Year of the Tiger (Tails from the Upper Kingdom) surprised me with how well the author delineated each character, making the character traits so specific that it was easy to tell who was who from how the character acted and spoke, which was good because the author made the unfortunate choice of giving two of the characters, both lion-men, names that were almost identical. It made sense because they were brothers, but early on, I was not always able to re H. Leighton Dickinson's To Journey in the Year of the Tiger (Tails from the Upper Kingdom) surprised me with how well the author delineated each character, making the character traits so specific that it was easy to tell who was who from how the character acted and spoke, which was good because the author made the unfortunate choice of giving two of the characters, both lion-men, names that were almost identical. It made sense because they were brothers, but early on, I was not always able to recall which was being referred to just by name, however, as I said their personalities and duties were so different it always quickly became apparent who was being referred to. I almost made a big mistake and quit early on in a book I ended up thoroughly enjoying because there multiple earth cultures were seemingly hodgepodged into the cat-human-hybrid empire in which the tail, er, tale takes place. HOWEVER, I read on long enough to get excellent hints that there was a very valid and logical reason behind this rather than being the amateurish world-building I initially feared. This novel earned four stars because, though the characterization and plotting were excellent, the similar names of the two characters, as well as some rather unfortunate formatting on the kindle version created a few stumbles, and the ending didn't have much in the way of resolution. Since I did enjoy reading this book and LOVED the sequel To Walk in the Way of Lions (Tails from the Upper Kingdom) I highly recommend this book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Stohelit

    Still, some of the criticism I expressed in my review of "To Journey in the Year of the Tiger" applies to this sequel. The editing negligence is really a pity. Two examples: one does not "sucomb" to sth., one succumbs. And at the beginning of a book, there's a foreword, not a forward. Sigh. But I have to say that character development and depth have improved significantly in this second part of the trilogy. Where in the first part there were mostly cut-out figures with some incomprehensible emot Still, some of the criticism I expressed in my review of "To Journey in the Year of the Tiger" applies to this sequel. The editing negligence is really a pity. Two examples: one does not "sucomb" to sth., one succumbs. And at the beginning of a book, there's a foreword, not a forward. Sigh. But I have to say that character development and depth have improved significantly in this second part of the trilogy. Where in the first part there were mostly cut-out figures with some incomprehensible emotional outbursts, there are now relatable characters with psychological background, their own stories, and consequential actions. (Except Solomon maybe, he does have huge potential as a main character, but fades into the background pretty quickly. One would think that he'd play a more important role in the continuing of the journey, after all that he reveals about the cat's ancestry. And one would think that he himself might have a greater interest in the cat's society and ethics, he dismisses them far too easily on that point.) I like this story very much, I have to say it again - despite of some growing pains, this is one of the most interesting fantasy worlds out there. With some work invested, this could easily stand it's ground next to "Game of Thrones" or similar great fantasy universes.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Synnie

    There were some glaringly obvious spelling mistakes that need to be mentioned. But the emotional devastation I suffered through the last third of the book balances it out. So many times I was near tears. A couple of times my eyes welled up a little too much. "I'm not crying! You're crying! *throws book*". The end didn't end how I wanted it to. I got the end and was all "I have three pages left! God dammit my ship hasn't sunk yet!". It held me until the very end. Then I sorta sat on my bed and wo There were some glaringly obvious spelling mistakes that need to be mentioned. But the emotional devastation I suffered through the last third of the book balances it out. So many times I was near tears. A couple of times my eyes welled up a little too much. "I'm not crying! You're crying! *throws book*". The end didn't end how I wanted it to. I got the end and was all "I have three pages left! God dammit my ship hasn't sunk yet!". It held me until the very end. Then I sorta sat on my bed and wondered what I was gonna do with my life now.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    If possible, I enjoyed this book more than the first. Everything just felt tighter, from character development to plot points. The first installment takes a little while to pick up steam, and I really appreciated the lack of awkward exposition in the sequel, which simply drops you straight back into the thick of things. my only real complaint is with the ending, which is just a bit too neat. Everything else? Awesome!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Allan Ashinoff

    I have a love hate relationship with these novels. I hadn't planned on revisiting this story but as chance would have it I had nothing in hopper to read and someone from Goodreads reminded me of these novels by liking my review on the previous book. The characters are interesting and engaging but the laborious nature of the writing and the desire to create a poetic world does take away from the strong points. Again, while curious, its a coin toss whether I'll read the next installment. I have a love hate relationship with these novels. I hadn't planned on revisiting this story but as chance would have it I had nothing in hopper to read and someone from Goodreads reminded me of these novels by liking my review on the previous book. The characters are interesting and engaging but the laborious nature of the writing and the desire to create a poetic world does take away from the strong points. Again, while curious, its a coin toss whether I'll read the next installment.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Epper Marshall

    The one downside of this book is parts of the book switch point of view several times, briefly, without mentioning whose point of view it is in. As there are 3 males and 3 female main characters, plus all the side ones, this can get quite confusing quite quickly.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kim Jackson

    Wow. This book has it all. I wanted to cry so many times towards the end. Awesome. I can't wait to read the next installment. Kudos to the the author for a job well done. Wow. This book has it all. I wanted to cry so many times towards the end. Awesome. I can't wait to read the next installment. Kudos to the the author for a job well done.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Szabolcs Szterszky

    In my review of the first volume in this series, , I referred to it as widescreen heroic fantasy, worthy of the big-budget blockbuster treatment. In this second installment, Dickson has given us all that plus the kind of heart-wrenching human drama that plays at film festivals and wins the awards -- and all from a group of anthropomorphic cats! Indeed, the lifeblood of this series remains its beautifully drawn and developed characters, their relationships, their clever dialogue, their heroism. Bu In my review of the first volume in this series, , I referred to it as widescreen heroic fantasy, worthy of the big-budget blockbuster treatment. In this second installment, Dickson has given us all that plus the kind of heart-wrenching human drama that plays at film festivals and wins the awards -- and all from a group of anthropomorphic cats! Indeed, the lifeblood of this series remains its beautifully drawn and developed characters, their relationships, their clever dialogue, their heroism. But be warned, the author isn't afraid to put them through the wringer either, to explore how they deal with adversity, catastrophe, and tragic flaws coming home to roost. If you've come to care about these cats (and who could help but do so) then parts of this book will carry a very visceral emotional clout. Each of the main characters benefits from a rich story arc that allows them to grow in satisfying and organic ways, both as individuals and in their relationships within the group. By the end of the book, Dickson has accomplished that rare feat of leaving her readers in a good sort of quandary, whether to cry out for a sequel or to see this as a most fitting conclusion to a terrific tail(!) On second thought, never mind that -- bring on the sequel, I say!

  16. 5 out of 5

    T.

    I downloaded To Walk in the Way of Lions, book 2 of the Upper Kingdom series, as a free book from Amazon. The beautiful writing continues in the second installment of the Upper Kingdom series. The pace is slow, but steady and full of unexpected twists. Portions of this book were heart-wrenching, and hard to read, as I was so invested in each character-- yeah, okay, not the Alchemist so much, but she adds some tense moments. Another excellent read. This book ends well, and sets up book three perf I downloaded To Walk in the Way of Lions, book 2 of the Upper Kingdom series, as a free book from Amazon. The beautiful writing continues in the second installment of the Upper Kingdom series. The pace is slow, but steady and full of unexpected twists. Portions of this book were heart-wrenching, and hard to read, as I was so invested in each character-- yeah, okay, not the Alchemist so much, but she adds some tense moments. Another excellent read. This book ends well, and sets up book three perfectly.

  17. 4 out of 5

    doretha faye reeves

    Five stars That s is a wonderful series. Of course Kirin is my favorite character and the Major. Well developed characters and an engrossing story. I must find out what happened to Fallon , Kerri's and Solomon. Five stars That s is a wonderful series. Of course Kirin is my favorite character and the Major. Well developed characters and an engrossing story. I must find out what happened to Fallon , Kerri's and Solomon.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Laurie Else

    Really enjoyed this series. A very well written fantasy

  19. 4 out of 5

    Fnd AY

    Excellent I really enjoyed the development of the characters, the changes in their perceptions and in their dates. Looking forward to read the next book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Don Berryhill

    Reminds me of Robert Jordan on starting a triolgy and ending with 12.books. Good but go for 4 books not 22 Nice and finish let their. Be peace Good day and bravo Rome pax

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kelsey Bodenhamer

    I read the Kindle version of this book and it had way too many typos, enough to detract from the story. Also, I was worn out with Ursa and her precariously high boots - we get it.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Dunbar

    To Walk in the Way of Lions This, the second book, is even better than the first. So many battles, so many romances, and so many new and wondrous endings and beginnings!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Meg

    Since I decided to start reading this book in December it took me a while to get through. In all honesty though I'm glad it took me as long as it did to read the book.I didn't want to ever end. It was such a fabulous book to read. The emotional roller coaster you go through while reading this entire book it devastating, heartbreaking and all but shatters you beyond repair. Especially in the last 75 pages or so. I must have cried and nearly cried a dozen times. I admit that yes, there are quite a Since I decided to start reading this book in December it took me a while to get through. In all honesty though I'm glad it took me as long as it did to read the book.I didn't want to ever end. It was such a fabulous book to read. The emotional roller coaster you go through while reading this entire book it devastating, heartbreaking and all but shatters you beyond repair. Especially in the last 75 pages or so. I must have cried and nearly cried a dozen times. I admit that yes, there are quite a few glaringly obvious grammar and spelling issues throughout the book, but this time I am able to overlook them due to how undoubtedly amazing this book is. When I got to the part at the end when Kerris asks Fallon to marry him couldn't help but flail and squeal in happiness over it. Since the beginning I have been rooting for those two to get their happy ending together and when they finally did it made me feel all happy and squishy inside. And gray stripped kittens?! The icing on the cake for sure. Kirin wasn't my favourite character in the book, but I almost cried like a baby when I read just what exactly the extent of his injuries were. And then to have to go through watching his brother leave for new parts of the world? I couldn't help but feel horrible for him. I felt his pain in watching them leave with Solomon. I'm happy over the fact that the Seer and the Major got married. They're extremely well suited for one another. They compliment each other and protect each other beyond a shadow of a doubt. I would highly recommend this book to everyone to read. It is 100% an enjoyable and fascinating read.

  24. 5 out of 5

    D

    A fantastic story. A fantastic, poetic, tragic and memorable read, made even better with the musical background suggested by the author in this answer, https://www.goodreads.com/questions/9.... I enjoyed the book from cover to cover, this second part of a long journey had me hooked with longing feelings, had me missing hone, and even fear for Kirin,s and Kerris's fate. H. Leighton Dickson surely is one of the best writers around. A fantastic story. A fantastic, poetic, tragic and memorable read, made even better with the musical background suggested by the author in this answer, https://www.goodreads.com/questions/9.... I enjoyed the book from cover to cover, this second part of a long journey had me hooked with longing feelings, had me missing hone, and even fear for Kirin,s and Kerris's fate. H. Leighton Dickson surely is one of the best writers around.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jj21

    I have to say that for the second book in a series it kept me guessing the whole time. Very good read!! I enjoyed it as much as the first. It seems to be hard finding a good fantasy book now a-days as it is all the same theme different characters. This book series is definitely one of a kind. Love them!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    It was hard to pick a rating for this book. It scores a five for characters, originality, and plot. But it suffers from a sever lack of editing. The kindle version was riddled with simple mistakes, but the biggest problem was the paragraphing. The entire book was like a big run-on sentence. It took away from the pacing, and ultimately the enjoyment of the book.

  27. 4 out of 5

    janicehosmerhostetler

    This pair of books I'm an avid reader. A lover of cats and horses. For some reason I read the second one first. I am pleased on so many level by the characters, and indeed the world's within their covers!!! Thank you so much for these adventures.!!! This pair of books I'm an avid reader. A lover of cats and horses. For some reason I read the second one first. I am pleased on so many level by the characters, and indeed the world's within their covers!!! Thank you so much for these adventures.!!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Vinchi Cuyegkeng

    Even better than the first So then the journey continues. Blood, fire and rebirth. No spoilers, but the question of honor, life and family is if not answered, understood. Oh and the one eyed sees the most.

  29. 4 out of 5

    NICHOLA TAYLOR

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ian

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