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It begins very slowly and too much time is spent following characters who never really make a difference to the story. As it was I kept wondering when the book would become interesting and when any character would do something to engage or entertain me. I'm still wondering. It was nice to see some of the characters from the first book, but it would have been nicer if they had done something interesting.

Much of the conflict in the first book was Valin trying to balance the competing interests of doing right by his comrades, his order, his king, his conscience, the memory of his mother, and his own desires. There is no internal conflict in this story, other than the initial superficial conflict Reva experiences.

Characters have clear desires and move toward their goals mindlessly. In the first book the Princess is everyone's favorite villain, although much like Janus she does have the interests of the realm at heart. In this book she is another robotic hero moving relentless towards her goals with none of the underhanded scheming and complex manipulation which filled book one.

I'll still read the third book, but it won't be nearly as hard to wait for it to be published.

Some things have changes, most importantly the protagonists, while book 1 was all Vaelin, we now have multiple PoV's Game of Throne's style. Plot wise we have a serious war this time. The kingdom gets invaded by the evil slaver empire.

The books is different from the first, but still very worth checking out, the overall world arch is also further shown, and turns out to be quite an interesting concept. Characters stay layered and complex so no cardboard cutouts even on the evil side. Bonus points for actual plot resolution and no annoying cliffhangers.

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One person found this helpful. I feel a bit let down after the brilliance of Anthony Ryan's debut novel, Blood Song. Tower Lord follows four POVs Vaelin, Frentis, Lyrna, and a new character, Reva , and had so many supporting characters, I had trouble keeping them all straight even with the appendix in the back.

The pacing was incredibly slow in the first third, and it was difficult both remembering everyone and staying interested. Once the pacing picked up, it became an easier read.


Surprisingly, I think I liked Lyrna best of all. Vaelin was, of course, a consistently admirable character. But overall, Tower Lord was a a disappointing and disjointed follow-up to Blood Song. It's as if another I can't believe this book. It's as if another author took the place of the writer of Blood Song.

I'm a third of the way through the book and it's so confusing. I know that a change and character build up is always the way series are written, but this is to many people, too many stories and the writing does not seem as skilled as the last book. I really wanted to ignore the other reviews and give this a chance but sadly it doesn't hold my interest. See all 1, reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.

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Back to top. Get to Know Us. Amazon Payment Products. English Choose a language for shopping. Word Wise: Enhanced Typesetting: Page Flip: Audible book: Enabled Word Wise: Enabled Lending: Not Enabled Screen Reader: Supported Enhanced Typesetting: However, it was the testing nature of war that really interested me, the concept of a society suffering the worst trials and being forged into something new in the process, something Vaelin Al Sorna perhaps might find worth risking his life for, yet again.

It would be nice to report that once all the major plot points were in place the process of writing Tower Lord was a smooth and untroubled one, but, as ever when it comes to writing, it was anything but. The result was that I struggled for the first few chapters. One of the first things I did was buy and iPad as it became apparent that my biggest time-suck was the daily three hour train commute to the office. But, by far my biggest sacrifice was setting the alarm clock to go off an hour earlier than usual I still get a bit tearful over that.

So, for the best part of six months my routine looked like this: wake up at 6am and spend an hour writing, get on the train to work and spending an hour writing on the iPad, write for 45 minutes at lunch time, write for an hour on the train home, write for two to three hours when at home, write for up to six hours a day on weekends. Repeat until done. Perhaps unsurprisingly, on completing Tower Lord and enjoying a very long sleep, I decided to quit my day job.You submitted the following rating and review.

Remove FREE. The Dread Wyrm. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Nothing will stop her from exacting bloody vengeance - not even the threat of invasion from the greatest enemy the Realm has ever faced.

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