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But what really annoyed me about The Cycle of Arawn is the At the end, it seems like the reading of the book that started it all wasn't even He doesn't have any romantic relationship of note from start to finish and the only. The Cycle of Arawn: The Complete Trilogy eBook: Edward W. Robertson: as i felt able to really delve into the world the author had created and to be honest, didn't want to end. . The relationship between the 2 main characters is electrifying. In the kingdom of Mallon, all knowledge of the death god Arawn has been She was a character I expected to be in the forefront, and she ended up being . The relationship between the two main characters was amusing and fun to follow.
Dante and Blays are still separated at the beginning of the book.
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After spending several years grieving they each have more or less settled into pursuing their own projects. Blays has decided he can be of most use in trying to bring down the oppressive government of Gask. Dante has begun to get serious about preparing for his future duties as the leader of Narashtovik.
Blays still hates Dante because he holds Dante responsible for the death of Lira in the war that ended the previous book, The Great Rift.
Dante is also off to investigate mysterious lights in the night sky over the Woduns mountain range on behalf of the Citadel. So he has two projects going at once. A mysterious woman appears who claims to be able to find Blays.
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In return, she wants a job spying for the Citadel. She actually leads Dante to Blays. Blays runs away, all the way to Pocket Cove, with Dante in hot pursuit.
All the learning that is done after this point, though, is completely different: At every point, when people with vast difference in hierarchical position interact, they joke and make fun of each other like drinking buddies. This ignoring of the way structured societies work makes Dante become the leader of the nethermancer city, the first human member of a clan of non-human tribe, the starter of a war, the ender of the war, the ender of another war, all by the time he reaches 26 and while going around the world doing dangerous stuff.
Which is all nice and neat, but completely absurd.
At the end, it seems like the reading of the book that started it all wasn't even necessary or even the best way to learn to become a wizard. One begs the question, what exactly did the order of the nethermancers with the magic before encountering an uneducated kid from another country?
The Cycle of Arawn
One might think that, being a young adult thing, this book has a lot of action, adventure, romance. It is not true. Dante is essentially a geek, a book buff that got superpowers.
The most interesting portions of the cycle is when he reads something new or finds new ways of using the magic.
He doesn't have any romantic relationship of note from start to finish and the only girl he kind of likes becomes the girlfriend of another and then he accidentally kills her and then he just moves on.
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The action sequences are poor, uncoordinated, uninspiring and worst of all: One thing that permeates the cycle: They proclaim some things, then they just brush them away like nothing happened and move on to make the plot work. It was easy to read, even if some descriptions of non essential stuff took pages! I wouldn't recommend it to anyone, really, even if it wasn't completely bad.