Review: King of Sword and Sky by C.L. Wilson

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Review: King of Sword and Sky by C.L. Wilson
King of Sword and Sky

3 Stars

Book Info

Released: September 1, 2008
Genre: Fantasy
Series: Tairen Soul #3
Published by Leisure Books
Pages: 467
 

 

 

… despite the beginning of the book, the last part has left me wanting more ~ Under the Covers

Ellysetta is going to the Fading Lands with her mate Rain to try and and heal the yet unborn Tairen, as was foretold by the powerful Tairen Eye. But, Rain didn’t expect to come home to dissension within his own people, and now that the Eld are planning to attack they must all work together or be destroyed.

We are midway through the Tairen Soul series now with King of Sword and Sky, I tend to find that midway through a fantasy series is when all the action happens. But it doesn’t really seem to be the case here, it was more of a midpoint slump.

For me I found the first 75% of the book boring and slow, it took me a while to get through it and I almost gave up a few times. Although I did enjoy reading about he Fading Lands and the Tairen to some extent I just needed a little more excitement and a sense of the plot moving forward. However, the last 25% of the book was brilliant, full of fast paced action and revelations that had me riveted to my kindle, if only this could have been spread out through out the book rather than crammed in the last quarter.

But although this wasn’t the best book, I am definitely going to be reading the last two in this series. At this point in the series I am fully invested in all the characters that C.L. Wilson has created and despite the beginning of the book, the last part has left me wanting more and I can’t wait to see what happens next.

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About C.L. Wilson

C.L. Wilsons unique blend of pulse-pounding action, sweeping epic fantasy, and passionate romance has made her books a favorite read for romance and fantasy readers alike. Praised for exceptional worldbuilding and lyric prose, her critically acclaimed novels have regularly appeared on bestseller lists including the USA Today, the New York Times, and Publishers Weekly.

C.Ls novels have won numerous industry and reader-selected awards including, LifetimeTV.coms Best Paranormal debut of 2007, the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence, two National Readers Choice awards, the Colorado Award of Excellence, and the Holt Medallion. Ms. Wilson is the honored recipient of the PEARL award from Paranormal Romance as the best new author of 2007, and winner of the 2009 PEARL award for best Romantic Fantasy novel.

When not torturing her characters mercilessly, C.L. enjoys relaxing with her family in sunny Florida and daydreaming of a world where people exercise in their sleep and chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream is a fat burning food.

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Timitra

Thanks Suz for the review!