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Miriam Beckstein is a young, hip, business journalist in Boston. She discovered in The Family Trade and The Hidden Family that her family came from an alternate reality, that she was very well-connected, and that her family was too much like the mafia for comfort. She found herself caught in a family trap in The Clan Corporate and betrothed to a brain-damaged prince, and t Miriam Beckstein is a young, hip, business journalist in Boston. She discovered in The Family Trade and The Hidden Family that her family came from an alternate reality, that she was very well-connected, and that her family was too much like the mafia for comfort. She found herself caught in a family trap in The Clan Corporate and betrothed to a brain-damaged prince, and then all hell broke loose.   Now, in The Merchants' War, Miriam has escaped to yet another world and remains in hiding from both the Clan and their opponents. There is a nasty shooting war going on in the Gruinmarkt world of the Clan, and we know something that Miriam does not; something that she's really going to hate--if she lives long enough to find out.


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Miriam Beckstein is a young, hip, business journalist in Boston. She discovered in The Family Trade and The Hidden Family that her family came from an alternate reality, that she was very well-connected, and that her family was too much like the mafia for comfort. She found herself caught in a family trap in The Clan Corporate and betrothed to a brain-damaged prince, and t Miriam Beckstein is a young, hip, business journalist in Boston. She discovered in The Family Trade and The Hidden Family that her family came from an alternate reality, that she was very well-connected, and that her family was too much like the mafia for comfort. She found herself caught in a family trap in The Clan Corporate and betrothed to a brain-damaged prince, and then all hell broke loose.   Now, in The Merchants' War, Miriam has escaped to yet another world and remains in hiding from both the Clan and their opponents. There is a nasty shooting war going on in the Gruinmarkt world of the Clan, and we know something that Miriam does not; something that she's really going to hate--if she lives long enough to find out.

30 review for The Merchants' War

  1. 5 out of 5

    Richard Derus

    Rating: 4* of five Not slowing down, eh what Author Stross?

  2. 5 out of 5

    Joel

    This series frustrates me to no end. I really enjoy each book in the series (so far anyway), yet it has taken me the better part of each novel before it fully grabs my attention. And by better part, I mean that it's only in the last 20% that I find I can't put it down. Up until that point, each of the novels has had to contend with every other distraction in my not inconsiderable arsenal. All of which is to say that, yeah, I liked it and will be buying the fifth book sooner or later. When I do st This series frustrates me to no end. I really enjoy each book in the series (so far anyway), yet it has taken me the better part of each novel before it fully grabs my attention. And by better part, I mean that it's only in the last 20% that I find I can't put it down. Up until that point, each of the novels has had to contend with every other distraction in my not inconsiderable arsenal. All of which is to say that, yeah, I liked it and will be buying the fifth book sooner or later. When I do start reading it, I hope that it will break the cycle and hook my attention right from the get go as book 4 (this one) ends on more than a few cliff hangers. One of my few issues with the book and something that, somewhat ironically, slowed it down for me was that there were too many pieces of dialogue between two or more characters that flew by before I had even fully grokked into who was speaking, much less what they were speaking about. And yet the pace of the story was such that I did not want to spend time going back and re-reading from previous books, or searching back through pages to verify what exactly was happening in the scene. Personally, I would have preferred longer scenes with a bit more characterization rather than the glimpses at conversations as we hurtle by. Aside from that, it's a solid read, but not my favorite Stross work.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    3.5 stars. I think I'm going to use my status update from finishing this book as my review: "OMG, another cliffhanger. I have the next two ebooks on hand (bless you, library), but I have to sleep. And these are not short books. But the suspense! At least I know things have to be tied up by the end of the next two books, since that ends the series..." 3.5 stars. I think I'm going to use my status update from finishing this book as my review: "OMG, another cliffhanger. I have the next two ebooks on hand (bless you, library), but I have to sleep. And these are not short books. But the suspense! At least I know things have to be tied up by the end of the next two books, since that ends the series..."

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    This book lost a star for ending mid-action. A series with an indefinite number of books is fine, but it's courteous to wrap up the immediate plot arc and give the reader a chance to "get off the bus" at the end of every book (or at least every book after the second). This book lost a star for ending mid-action. A series with an indefinite number of books is fine, but it's courteous to wrap up the immediate plot arc and give the reader a chance to "get off the bus" at the end of every book (or at least every book after the second).

  5. 5 out of 5

    Майя Ставитская

    The "Clan Corporate" ends an episode that strongly resembles the wedding of Beatrix Kiddo in the movie of the times and peoples "Kill Bill". Adjusted for the wind: the celebration is not in the modest church somewhere in Texas, but in the capital-city. With all the pomp, possible the circumstances of the time and place: fortunes in clothing and jewelry present, but a noticeable smell shit by the open drains. You understand - the trap of the social structure. The groom and the Queen-mother are The "Clan Corporate" ends an episode that strongly resembles the wedding of Beatrix Kiddo in the movie of the times and peoples "Kill Bill". Adjusted for the wind: the celebration is not in the modest church somewhere in Texas, but in the capital-city. With all the pomp, possible the circumstances of the time and place: fortunes in clothing and jewelry present, but a noticeable smell shit by the open drains. You understand - the trap of the social structure. The groom and the Queen-mother are among the dead. The brides body has not been found. Of course, because the bride know how to escape from situations, that become too stressful. Where to? The New Britain, where she will have to live as an illegal immigrant. The Clan and those who oppose it here, the Lee family - has a long arms. And that`s when the Miriam`s ability win the friends of people, who might be useful, come in handy. В ловушке Они невероятно богаты, они Князья торговли. Но они в западне социального устройства, в котором живут. They're immensely rich merchant princes. But they're trapped by the society they live in. Всему хорошему когда-то приходит конец, вот и моя влюбленность в "Принцев торговли" пошла на убыль. Не потому, что четвертая книга нехороша. Даже и напротив: действие, которое в "The Clan Corporate" ругали за стагнацию, сдвинулось и понеслось степной кобылицей вскачь, вбирая не только линию героини, но и обещанную названием войну, которую Семье навязывают во всех мирах и приходится бежать вдвое быстрее, чтобы только остаться на месте. Беда, (моя персональная беда) в том, что это все больше становится хронооперой, а сериалов воспринимать не умею ни в каком формате. Но другим читателям, когда и если переведут или может быть вы из числа тех, кто неровно дышит к хорошему фэнтези с яркими идеями - другим от души рекомендую. Это круто, Чарльз Стросс - всегда высочайший класс. Итак, "The Clan Corporate" завершается эпизодом, сильно напоминающим свадьбу Беатрикс Киддо в фильме времен и народов "Убить Билла". С поправкой на ветер - торжество не в скромной церквушке где-то в Техасе, а в самом, что ни есть, стольном граде, со всей возможной в обстоятельствах времени-места пышностью: целые состояния в одежде и ювелирных украшениях присутствующих, но ощутимо тянет дерьмом по причине открытых стоков. Ну, вы понимаете,ловушка социального устройства. Жених и королева-мать в числе погибших, тело невесты не найдено. Разумеется, ведь невеста умеет ускользать из ситуаций, которые становятся слишком напряженными. Куда? Правильно, в Новую Британию, где ей придется существовать на положении нелегалки, потому что у Клана и тех кто ему здесь противостоит - семьи Ли - длинные руки. И вот тут оказывается весьма кстати умение Мириам завоевывать дружбу людей, которые могут оказаться полезными. Дело в том, что в один из прошлых визитов, когда она еще играла в этом мире роль золотой вдовушки-изобретательницы и налаживала свои мастерские, Мириам спасла умиравшего от туберкулеза здешнего своего торгового партнера, Эразмуса Биргесона, попросту дав ему антибиотики. Еврей-ростовщик, сотрудничающий с полицией, он же вольнодумец революционер конспиратор. Не того свойства фигура, какой был в русской истории Гапон, напротив, прикрытием здесь служат меркантилизм и стукачество. Довольно ненадежным, Эразмус осознает, что в любой момент может отправится в лагерь, однако люди, ставящие служение прогрессу человечества выше собственных интересов всегда появляются - удивительно, но факт. И, разумеется, он действует не в одиночку. Пламенная революционерка леди Маргарет Бишоп - одно из звеньев в цепи Сопротивления, к ней Мириам обратится за поддержкой, у нее (после всесторонней проверки в соответствии с правилами конспирации) найдет поддержку. А после отправится в обществе Эразмуса в Петроград... на поезде. Ах, на самом деле, странствие через Американский континент в декорациях и антураже стимпанка замечательно интересная штука. Но The Merchant`s War, в полном соответствии с названием, этим не ограничатся, одарив читателя войной по всей программе: новый король Грюнмаркта задался целью уничтожить Клан, как угрожающий стабильности государственного устройства (да и деньги торгашей во все времена были привлекательны для королей, желающих пополнить государственную казну, вспомните Филиппа Красивого и орден тамплиеров). Что до условно нашего мира - условно, потому что у меня сильное подозрение, что описывается все же параллельная, хотя достаточно близкая нам реальность - здесь активируется Управление по борьбе с наркотиками, квалифицирующее действия представителей Клана как подрывные и террористические. Все непросто, ё-моё. Много стрельбы одиночными и очередями во всех мирах; явившаяся на сцену боеголовка, предположительно урановая, хотя не исключено.что плутониевая; быстрые непростые для восприятия диалоги между представителями спецслужб, одним из которых, по совпадению - на ключевой роли, явится бывший муж Мириам. Это круто, история набирает обороты и все, кто есть кто-то изъявляют желание продолжить пятой книгой. Кроме меня. Я почитаю на английском что-нибудь менее динамичное, вроде истории Гамлета от Мэгги о`Фаррелл.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Miloš Petrik

    The first difficultly putdownable book of the series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Helen

    It would seem that I have missed volume three, which would seem to be The Clan Corporate. It took a bit before I picked up the threads but once I did everything was fine. The Americans are working on ways to cross the space barrier and naturally are working on scientific analysis to get them there (the Livermore Laboratories in this real world where you have to put in an application 6 months in advance of any proposed visit!) Miriam/Helge is on the run with Burgeson in New Britain and traveling It would seem that I have missed volume three, which would seem to be The Clan Corporate. It took a bit before I picked up the threads but once I did everything was fine. The Americans are working on ways to cross the space barrier and naturally are working on scientific analysis to get them there (the Livermore Laboratories in this real world where you have to put in an application 6 months in advance of any proposed visit!) Miriam/Helge is on the run with Burgeson in New Britain and traveling by train. Fans of the CPR will appreciate its new existence as the Northern railway and the concept of going by rail all the way down South America is also appealing. The War is heating up seriously, there are bombs and bombing threats, the FBI and American national security are determined to treat these people from "fairyland" (their term) as terrorists, and Miriam is really trying to work out some form of calming influence. The action is becoming quite intense and the crossing influences make references to armaments quite confusing and non-site specific any more. Great read and moving on to Book Five.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Baal Of

    Really about a 2.5 stars, I'm finding this series frustrating. I'm not very engaged with the characters, and it's a bit of grind. Stross did introduce another? parallel world which has some intriguing possibilities, but hasn't really done much with it in this book. Perhaps that is to come. I don't like what he's doing with Miriam. It seems she just keeps having things happen to her, and getting pulled farther and farther out of the center of power. Definitely my least favorite Stross series. Two Really about a 2.5 stars, I'm finding this series frustrating. I'm not very engaged with the characters, and it's a bit of grind. Stross did introduce another? parallel world which has some intriguing possibilities, but hasn't really done much with it in this book. Perhaps that is to come. I don't like what he's doing with Miriam. It seems she just keeps having things happen to her, and getting pulled farther and farther out of the center of power. Definitely my least favorite Stross series. Two more books to go, which I'll read cause I already have them on my shelf.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Beth Quittman

    Having two characters, both scientists, one named Hu and one named Huw, was a puzzling decision. Odd genetic inaccuracies continue from last book. If world-walking is inherited through mitochondrial DNA, it shouldn't be a recessive, it should be maternal descent, no? Having two characters, both scientists, one named Hu and one named Huw, was a puzzling decision. Odd genetic inaccuracies continue from last book. If world-walking is inherited through mitochondrial DNA, it shouldn't be a recessive, it should be maternal descent, no?

  10. 4 out of 5

    MsMiz (Tina)

    So far my least favorite in the series, yet still kick ass. I actually think this is more 3.5.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jeanne Boyarsky

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was the only book in the series that the library didn't have. So i bought one and am now donating it to the library. I enjoyed the parallel stories in the book. Not so much the one about the civil war in the world walkers world. But the ones about our world learning about the worldwalkers - both ethically and not (bombs on a world walker to force them to be a mule.) I also enjoyed seeing Miriam "marry" on world 3 and how they get around. The authorities in all three worlds are looking out fo This was the only book in the series that the library didn't have. So i bought one and am now donating it to the library. I enjoyed the parallel stories in the book. Not so much the one about the civil war in the world walkers world. But the ones about our world learning about the worldwalkers - both ethically and not (bombs on a world walker to force them to be a mule.) I also enjoyed seeing Miriam "marry" on world 3 and how they get around. The authorities in all three worlds are looking out for them. Miriam learns she is pregnant at the end after slowly wondering why world walking is getting harder and harder. It was nice seeing Brill and Olga having more important roles. I also liked seeing the three grad students/friends/etc discover world 4 with the vacuum portal. It was also nice seeing the stage set for Miriam finally no longer being a puppet. The only problem I had was knowing what was going to happen having started with the follow on series with Miriam's daughter. It took some of the mystery out of things. Still enjoyed the journey though.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cale

    As soon as I finished this volume, I went to put in a request for the next one. The end is a definite cliffhanger, with numerous plot threads left unsettled, but the preceding action was so strong that I'll give it a pass (especially since the next volume has been released - I can't imagine having to wait for it). This volume picks up immediately after the events of the previous volume, with Miriam on the run, Mike trying to escape the Clan's world, and the Clan's world itself in civil war. Each As soon as I finished this volume, I went to put in a request for the next one. The end is a definite cliffhanger, with numerous plot threads left unsettled, but the preceding action was so strong that I'll give it a pass (especially since the next volume has been released - I can't imagine having to wait for it). This volume picks up immediately after the events of the previous volume, with Miriam on the run, Mike trying to escape the Clan's world, and the Clan's world itself in civil war. Each of those stories (and several other related ones) is continued through, and the stakes only increase throughout. The biggest weakness to this volume is that Miriam is practically sidelined - her story is no longer central to the plot, unfortunately. But the other stories are all interesting, in a variety of different ways (I like Huw's story a lot as it explores the rules of the worlds in intriguing new ways), from criminal procedural to war strategies to recuperation. There are only one or two major moments that stand out as memorable, but a lot of story happens here.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Karl Schaeffer

    Since I started this series with Book #1 of the second arc, I had to backfill with reading the first arc. This is book #4 of the first arc. Imagine medival knights with automatic assault weapons. Miriam is firmly enmeshed in the spider web of the clan, with the clan's intent to to cement their position in Gruinmarkt (Timeline 1) by marrying Miriam off to the the King's son. However, the king's son is mentally deficient and his brother Egon, is not a nice guy. The book begins with the aftermath o Since I started this series with Book #1 of the second arc, I had to backfill with reading the first arc. This is book #4 of the first arc. Imagine medival knights with automatic assault weapons. Miriam is firmly enmeshed in the spider web of the clan, with the clan's intent to to cement their position in Gruinmarkt (Timeline 1) by marrying Miriam off to the the King's son. However, the king's son is mentally deficient and his brother Egon, is not a nice guy. The book begins with the aftermath of the destruction of the summer palace by Egon during a royal dinner to annouce Miriam's betrothal to the King's "idiot son". Egon declares his kingship and launched a pogrom against the clan. Miriam, escapes the destruction and escapes to Timeline 3, which is undergoing a revolution. Oh, and Miriam has been artificially inseminated with the "idiot's son" seed. And, timeline 1 (our universe) has it's eye on the Clan. Intrigue, near future SF, alternate history. What more could you ask for? Stross does it very well. 5 out of 5.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Leonardo Etcheto

    This book had a bit more pace and some cool explorations of small group battles if you have the ability to hop between dimensions. Egon is no fool, and manages to pin the clan squad inside the castle. Clever use of the ankle high ropes and just a small clear space. Clan Sec though has really thought out the whole thing and uses their higher technology to their advantage as well. Tough to predict how the other side will react when you really don't know their capabilities. The renaissance fair as c This book had a bit more pace and some cool explorations of small group battles if you have the ability to hop between dimensions. Egon is no fool, and manages to pin the clan squad inside the castle. Clever use of the ankle high ropes and just a small clear space. Clan Sec though has really thought out the whole thing and uses their higher technology to their advantage as well. Tough to predict how the other side will react when you really don't know their capabilities. The renaissance fair as cover for moving heavily armed goons around is a classic. The hard core modern material, old style armor is a cool concept as well. I had to look up just what all the different surveying gear mentioned looks like and what it does. Maps are always powerful. Another cliffhanger ending, with the black helicopters descending on the renaissance fair, great finish. I liked Otto - the bad guy general - mainly because he was very believable as a ruthless medieval commander.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Thomas

    Stross, Charles. The Merchant’s War. Merchant Princes No 4. Tor, 2007. As I reread this excellent series, I am reminded of a few lines from poet E. E. Cummings: “pity poor flesh and trees, poor stars and stones, but never this/fine specimen of hypermagical/ultraomnipotence. We doctors know/a hopeless case if --- listen: there's a hell/of a good universe next door; let's go.” Our heroine, Miriam Beckstein, should have this poem on her T-shirt. In The Merchant’s War, on the run from violence and sl Stross, Charles. The Merchant’s War. Merchant Princes No 4. Tor, 2007. As I reread this excellent series, I am reminded of a few lines from poet E. E. Cummings: “pity poor flesh and trees, poor stars and stones, but never this/fine specimen of hypermagical/ultraomnipotence. We doctors know/a hopeless case if --- listen: there's a hell/of a good universe next door; let's go.” Our heroine, Miriam Beckstein, should have this poem on her T-shirt. In The Merchant’s War, on the run from violence and slavery in two previous timelines, she settles down to make a go of it in a early industrial-era version of America where the French and American revolutions never happened. It has political conflicts of its own and is not immune from world-walking conflicts, but by this time Miriam has sharpened her tradecraft and can cope if anybody can.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    I really like where this is going, but my main complaint is that it's moving a bit slowly. As with The Clan Corporate and the rest of this series, this book sorta ends right in the middle of the action. Based on the first two books and the fact that they apparently sell these in two-book pairs, I thought that he was writing these such that every pair of books was one story arc, but apparently that's not quite the case. I guess the right strategy is to just do the last 4 books all in a row. D I really like where this is going, but my main complaint is that it's moving a bit slowly. As with The Clan Corporate and the rest of this series, this book sorta ends right in the middle of the action. Based on the first two books and the fact that they apparently sell these in two-book pairs, I thought that he was writing these such that every pair of books was one story arc, but apparently that's not quite the case. I guess the right strategy is to just do the last 4 books all in a row. Definitely 1 star off for that. I can only imagine how infuriating this would be if I were reading them as they came out.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Phelps

    I love this series. This story is getting so big while maintaining its complexity, I enjoy reading it but I notice it takes more and more concentration to take it all in and keep everything straight. Charles Stross is an author that writes about logistics and strategy and politics that most authors gloss over and that is one of the major reasons I enjoy his writing so much. He is able to ground such fantastical novels this way that everything is believable. I'm afraid this is turning from a stre I love this series. This story is getting so big while maintaining its complexity, I enjoy reading it but I notice it takes more and more concentration to take it all in and keep everything straight. Charles Stross is an author that writes about logistics and strategy and politics that most authors gloss over and that is one of the major reasons I enjoy his writing so much. He is able to ground such fantastical novels this way that everything is believable. I'm afraid this is turning from a strength to a weakness as the series seems to be losing a bit of focus at this point with new characters and subplots. Everything is written so well though I remained entertained so I can't fault him too much and am looking forward to the next book.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jack

    It was a real page turner for me. It only loses a star because it doesn't really end, it just kind of _stops_. There's all this build up and then there's no real climax, just all these threads left hanging for the next book to pick up. In this series, I think you should read books 1 & 2 as a single opus, and books 3 through 5 (and probably 6) as a single sequel. I know there are publishing reasons why books end up around 300 pages, and that's usually fine; in this case, it feels like the author It was a real page turner for me. It only loses a star because it doesn't really end, it just kind of _stops_. There's all this build up and then there's no real climax, just all these threads left hanging for the next book to pick up. In this series, I think you should read books 1 & 2 as a single opus, and books 3 through 5 (and probably 6) as a single sequel. I know there are publishing reasons why books end up around 300 pages, and that's usually fine; in this case, it feels like the author hit his page limit, dropped everything, and started on the next volume.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Booth Babcock

    Still largely enjoying this book...now that Stross has introduced his worlds and lived in them a little, he spends less time on long descriptions and more on the story itself, with the result that it clips along a little quicker now than earlier in the series. I'm interested to see where the story goes from here. Still waaaaay too many characters floating around without much backstory. This book is now published combined with book 3 in an omnibus called "The Traders War" in which it's not really Still largely enjoying this book...now that Stross has introduced his worlds and lived in them a little, he spends less time on long descriptions and more on the story itself, with the result that it clips along a little quicker now than earlier in the series. I'm interested to see where the story goes from here. Still waaaaay too many characters floating around without much backstory. This book is now published combined with book 3 in an omnibus called "The Traders War" in which it's not really clear when one book ends and the other begins, so I am combing reviews.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mark Edlund

    Science fiction series - Stross continues his Merchant Princes (AKA Chronicles of Amber with automatic weapons) series. Miriam's business interests are destroyed by the Clan as they marry off to the Idiot. Then all heck breaks loose as several different heavily armed groups get involved. Moves along well. Stross also offers on interesting explanation as to how the genetic component works for the worldwalkers. No Canadian or pharmacy references. Science fiction series - Stross continues his Merchant Princes (AKA Chronicles of Amber with automatic weapons) series. Miriam's business interests are destroyed by the Clan as they marry off to the Idiot. Then all heck breaks loose as several different heavily armed groups get involved. Moves along well. Stross also offers on interesting explanation as to how the genetic component works for the worldwalkers. No Canadian or pharmacy references.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Shhhhh Ahhhhh

    Fairly excellent. The idea of the 2 knotwork designs being vectors between coordinates rather than discreet coordinates themselves is bloody fascinating and is the level of sci fi I've come to expect from Charles Stross. Now what I haven't seen yet, and don't expect to see in the remaining book between this and Empire Games, is them mapping out those interspatial relationships between timelines and possibly contact one of the more advanced timelines. Fairly excellent. The idea of the 2 knotwork designs being vectors between coordinates rather than discreet coordinates themselves is bloody fascinating and is the level of sci fi I've come to expect from Charles Stross. Now what I haven't seen yet, and don't expect to see in the remaining book between this and Empire Games, is them mapping out those interspatial relationships between timelines and possibly contact one of the more advanced timelines.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Trick

    This book focused a lot on war which I wasn’t super into. It’s also starting to get harder to differentiate between who is who and what storyline is happening in what world. I don’t think anything good actually happened in this book either which made it less fun to read. Also, this book ends in the middle of a story which I’m never a fan of.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Woolstar

    About five things going on at the same time, but surprisingly I found it easy to keep track of because I had accidentally read the next book before this. Politics are falling apart across three universes, and our hero is trying to keep her wits about here as she crosses against it. Serious boogie men set diabolical plans in action, and its going to be trouble for someone.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Shiftless McKenney

    Miriam’s journey continues but encounters many frustrations confounding her plans. I’m guessing this book is largely setting up the real meat of the series as a bunch of cool unresolved stuff is brought up all too briefly and finally Miriam will take the stage properly!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tom Rowe

    After the wanderings of the third book in the series, this book picks back up on the action. I'm glad I stuck to it. Now their are many characters and many threads to the story. A real page turner. After the wanderings of the third book in the series, this book picks back up on the action. I'm glad I stuck to it. Now their are many characters and many threads to the story. A real page turner.

  26. 5 out of 5

    JT

    Have the next one right handy when you're done with this one, as it is quite the cliffhanger. Have the next one right handy when you're done with this one, as it is quite the cliffhanger.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Orrman-Rossiter

    Good enough that I will continue with the series - quite something for me I assure you!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Carla

    Really enjoyed this one, but was surprised by the abrupt ending. Very excited to read the rest of the series.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Bill

    This series is picking up steam.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Josephine

    Nothing is going right, there are too many side stories going on. So the series continues.

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