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I hope I don't sound like a broken record here but Leesha's character development truly hurt the quality of the series for me, it's been that way since the second book, and it's still the same here. There's around two hundred pages of soap opera drama in the middle that provide close to zero importance to the main plot. By soap opera, I seriously mean that the story revolves around who get to marry who, who get to fuck who, who get to bang Leesha from behind and left their sperm dropped to the floor.

It's been this way ever since the second book, it got worse in the third book, eased down a bit here but it's still the same situation. Anyone who followed my reviews would know that I have a reading pace of around pages each day; even during weekdays where I have a full time job to attend to. The first and the last pages of this book both took me a day to read, but the remaining pages in the middle took me five days to read because it bored me.

Leesha started to redeem herself at the end of this book, which is good, but I can't deny the feeling that this series could've been cut down into four book instead of five; in culmination up to now, there's at least pages of unnecessary content that hurt the quality of the series for me. That said, every other character, especially Rojer, received much better treatment when it come to their development.

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Jardir shivered as a chill of doubt touched his center. No thing happened, but that Everam willed it. It was inevera that the Parchin should live to meet him again. The dice said each of them might be the Deliverer. Jardir had dedicated his life to being worthy of that title. He was proud of his accomplishments, but could not deny that his ajinpal, the brave outsider, might have greater honor in Everams eyes.

You play at rituals you do not understand, Parchin, he said. Domin Sharum is to the death, and victory was yours. Why did you not take it and claim your place at the lead of the First War? Theres no victory in your death, Ahmann.

Then you admit I am the Deliverer? If that is so, then return my spear and crown to me, put your head to the floor, and have done. All will be forgiven, and we can face Nie side by side once more. The Parchin snorted.

He set his satchel on the table, reaching inside. The Crown of Kaji gleamed even in the growing darkness, its nine gems glittering. Jardir could not deny the desire the item stirred in him. If hed had legs to stand, he would have leapt for it.

Crowns right here. The Parchin spun the pointed circlet on a finger like a childs hoop toy. But the spear ent yours. Least, not less I decide to give it to you. Hidden where you can never get it, even if your legs wernt casted.

The holy items belong together, Jardir said. The Parchin sighed again. Nothings holy, Ahmann. Br ett before Heaven was a lie.

You threatened to kill me over the words, but that doesnt make em any less true. Jardir opened his mouth to reply, angry words forming on his lips, but the Parchin cut him off, catching the spinning crown in a firm grip and holding it up. As he did, the wards on his skin throbbed briefly with light, and those on the crown began to glow.

This, the Parchin said of the crown, is a thin band of mind demon skull and nine horns, coated in a warded alloy of silver and gold, focused by gemstones. It is a masterwork of wardcraft, but nothing more.

He smiled. Much as your earring was. Jardir started, raising his hand to touch the bare lobe his wedding ring had once pierced. Do you mean to steal my First Wife, as well as my throne? The Parchin laughed, a genuine sound Jardir had not heard in years. A sound he could not deny he had missed.

Not sure which would be the greater burden, the Parchin said. I want neither. I have a wife, and among my people one is moren enough. Jardir felt a smile tug at his lips, and he let it show.

A worthy Jiwah Ka is both support and burden, Parchin. They challenge us to be better men, and that is ever a struggle. The Parchin nodded.

Honest word. Then why have you stolen my ring? Jardir demanded. Just holding on to it while youre under my roof, the Parchin said. Cant have you calling for help. Jardir said. The Parchin tilted his head at him, and Jardir could feel the son of Jephs gaze reaching into his soul, much as Jardir did when he had the gift of crownsight. How did the Parchin do it without the crown at his brow? You dont know, the Parchin said after a moment.

He barked a laugh. Giving me marriage advice while your own wife spies on you! The derision in his tone angered Jardir, and his brows drew tight despite his desire to keep his face calm. What is that supposed to mean? The Parchin reached into his pocket, producing the earring. It was a simple hoop of gold with a delicate warded ball hanging from it. Theres a broken piece of demon bone in here, with its opposite half in your wifes ear. Lets her hear everything you do.

How his wife seemed to know his every plan and secret. Much of her information came from the dice, but the alagai hora spoke in riddles as oft as not.

He should have known cunning Inevera would not rely on her castings alone. So she knows youve kidnapped me? Blocked its power. She wont be able to find you before were finished here. Jardir crossed his arms. Finished with what? You will not follow me, and I will not follow you. We stand at the same impasse we found five years ago in the Maze. You couldnt bring yourself to kill me then, and it forced me to change how I see the world.

Offering you the same. With that, he tossed the crown across the room. Instinctively, Jardir caught it. Why return it to me? Wont this heal my wounds? You may have difficulty holding me without them. The Parchin shrugged. Dont think youll leave without the spear, but Ive drained the crown in any event.

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Not a lot of magic venting from the Core makes it this high, he waved his hand at the windows circling the room on all sides, and the sun cleans out this room each morning. Itll give you crownsight, but not much else until its recharged. So why return it to me?

Jardir asked again. Thought we might have a talk, the Parchin said. And I want you to see my aura while we do.

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Want you to see the truth of my words, the strength of my convictions, written on my very soul. Perhaps then, youll come to see. Come to see what? That Heaven is a lie? Nothing written on your soul can do that, Parchin. Nevertheless, he slipped the crown onto his head. Immediately the darkened room came alive with crownsight, and Jardir breathed deep in relief, like the blind man in the Evejah, given his sight back by Kaji.

Through the windows, land that had been nothing but shadows and vague shapes a moment ago became sharply defined, lit with the magic that vented from Ala.

All living things held a spark of power at their core, and Jardir could see strength glowing in the trunks of trees, the moss that clung to them, and every animal that lived within their branches and bark. Br ett It ran through the grasses of the plains and, most of all, in the demons that stalked the land and rode the winds. The alagai shone like beacons, waking a primal desire in him to hunt and kill.

As the Parchin had warned, his cell was dimmer. Small tendrils of power drifted up the tower walls, Drawn to the wards etched into the glass windows. They flickered to life, a shield against the alagai. But though the room was dim, the Parchin shone brighter than a demon. So bright it should be difficult to look at him. But it was not. Quite the contrary, the magic was glorious to behold, rich and tempting.

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Jardir reached out through the crown, attempting to Draw a touch of it to himself.Because you actually believe that load of demonshit! So she knows youve kidnapped me? His face was serene as the Parchin entered. There is no unity, if it depends on one man alone to hold it, the Parchin said.

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