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In the frigid wasteland of the north, Raif Sevrance, Watcher of the Dead, has endured many trials Watcher Of The Dead (eBook, ePUB) - Jones, J. V.. Als Download kaufen. %. 5, Bisher 12,99**. 5,49 Book 4 of the Sword of Shadows. Watcher Of The Dead: Book 4 of the Sword of Shadows eBook: J. V. Jones: kraloyun.nu: J. V. Jones (Autor) . Alle 5 Kundenrezensionen anzeigen. Watcher of the Dead (Sword of Shadows, Band 4) | J. V. Jones | ISBN: J. V. JONES is the bestselling author of the Book of Secrets trilogy, and three previous novels in the Sword of Shadows. Originally . Alle 5 Kundenrezensionen anzeigen.
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Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. Like Martin, however, the pace of new releases has become unbearable for fans of Jones see below for an update regarding expectations for the release of the next book in the series.
This pull-no-punches approach in the first two books got me hooked and made of me a life-long fan of Jones. That, along with the unexpected demise of the most important antagonist, Penthero Iss, resulted in a book that had a hard time keeping my attention.
The intensity and brutality that made books 1 and 2 so powerful was partially restored here, particularly with the treatment of Raif, but in a repetitive and not-so-shocking way.
The progression of the storyline also continued to feel slow and guided by a heavy hand. This one definitely did not recreate the thrill I felt while reading the first two entries.
Raif is the character on whom the most time is spent. He is treated brutally here, being captured and tortured by a rogue group of Sull, with the purpose of making of him a weapon, assumedly to use against the Endlords.
Ash Marsh has also lost her freedom at the hands of the Sull, though with a much gentler group. Her story has gotten downright boring.
Unfortunately, Crope and his master seem to have been forgotten as we hear nothing of them. As of she has apparently resumed work on the 5th book of the series, but cautions that progress is very slow.
This series is complex, with lots of moving parts. Normally I re-read early books before reading the latest in a series, and I strongly recommend doing that here.
I wasn't able to, and the provided "What has gone before" summary was limited and seemed to lose steam half-way through its few pages. You can jump straight in, but it takes a while to remember and re-orient.
Watcher of the Dead is a straightforward continuation of the series. We learn more about our hero Raif, and, separately, his engaging sister Effie.
The plot moves forward in fun if not terribly surprising ways. One of the things I enjoy about Jones is her willingness to defy happy-ending expectations and maim or kill key characters, and some of that goes on here.
A few mysteries are revealed, but not very many. This book is primarily about moving the story along. I was disappointed to finally reach the Heart of the Sull, and find it not very different from anywhere else.
This was surprising from an author who normally does well in creating murky mystery and revealing excitement. The same is somewhat true for some of Raif's travails.
While interesting, it didn't feel like a top rung effort, and there's an element at the end that seemed to come almost out of nowhere.
Nonetheless, this is a very enjoyable sequel, and the overall story is still exciting and fairly fresh. All in all, well worth picking up for readers of the series.
Definitely not the place to start if you've not read the prior books. Though if you haven't, I recommend you do.
I haven't seen anything about Ms. Jones' plans, but I anticipate that the next book or at most the one after will be the end of the series.
Much more than that without a fresh infusion of energy , and I think the story will have stretched too far. Not a very long wait at all.
I hate to give anything away and spoil surprises but I will say that all those people who have been writing to me asking "What happens next with Angus Lok?
So without further ado here we go. I cut an entire storyline from the book. The best answer I can give is a series is dynamic.
One character's actions effect others. What made sense at the beginning of Book IV made less sense toward the end.
With the fourth book in the series, Sword of Shadows has now exceeded 1,, words. Not only were we running out of colors seriously, who wants to read Beware of the Yellow Ice?
There are no ice caverns. No frozen fortresses or bodies of water. The US cover is painted by J. P Targete, who used a portion of the early manuscript for inspiration.
UK cover art for Watcher of the Dead depicts the same setting and the same two main characters as the US cover.
The illustration was painted by David Wyatt. Two artists, two different interpretations. The scene in the Prologue where Sadaluk, the Listener of the Ice Trappers, finds a week-old bear carcass that is frozen on the outside but warm inside is based on fact.
Reindeer found in similar condition have been reported by the Evany people of Siberia. In the frigid wasteland of the north, Raif Sevrance, Watcher of the Dead, has endured many trials to lay claim to the renowned sword known as Loss.
But the price of wielding the legendary weapon is high, and Raif is unsure if he is willing to pay it.