Saturday, November 07, 2015

Review--The Price of Valor (The Shadow Campaigns, #3)

The Price of Valor (The Shadow Campaigns, #3)The Price of Valor by Django Wexler
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Another crackin' good yarn as we go deeper into the political turmoil of Vordan, in events that parallel the French Revolution. And yet, even as things lead to what would be the rise of the First Consul in our history, in The Price of Valor we have a monarch still very much involved in the country (too much so, according to her grumbling handler), and we have the "woo-woo" element as well.

This is the third book in Shadow Campaign series, which will total five volumes, according to the author. No one should start the books at this point, in my opinion, because we've had so much wonderful character development and growth in the earlier books, especially in characters like Winter.

However, if you like a good fantasy with a faux-European set-up and lots of well done battle scenes and political intrigue, this is the series for you.

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