The series finale pays off in a satisfying way.
A fun book, though it could have been stronger with more direction and less wandering.
Overall, an interesting entry, but not really satisfying.
This isn't the strongest entry in the series, but it's still a good one, and enjoyable.
It's an interesting effort that, in my view, didn't really pay off.
Still fun, but it feels very much like the middle book of a trilogy that was never finished.
A very enjoyable read, and I recommend it.
I'd recommend it to fantasy readers young and old.
I greatly admired the prose, but found the characters distant, and more intellectually interesting than personally engaging.
This felt to me like an early draft that still needed several rounds of editing.
A pretty substantial disappointment.
An interesting book, and a quick, engaging read, but not one that necessarily makes me a fan.