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The Last Citadel

3.61 of 5 stars 3.61  ·  rating details  ·  46 ratings  ·  6 reviews

A solitary fortress isolated in an endless sea. A city of secrets where the elite dominate with an iron fist and ambition ends at the city walls.

Ordinarily the city is surrounded by water but one day a month when the moon is at its highest, the water recedes and uncovers the causeways linking the city to the outer towers.

This is Moon-day, the time when the trade
Kindle Edition, 262 pages
Published (first published November 12th 2011)
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Lukáš Lovas
Kind of fun and intriguing, but I spent most of the book wondering, if it was worth finishing. I didn't feel anything for any of the characters, so the only thing driving my reading was interest as to what actually happened. Not even this interest was all that great and the revelation might have been more suited to a movie, than a book. I don't have any strong feelings about this book either way....which is saying a lot about it.
good plot, bad characters

The worldbuilding, storyline, and surprises were excellent, but there was a significant lack of characterization and some serious gender issues.
This was a very entertaining book. If you like fantasy books and twists and turns then this will be a fantastic read. Kinda brings you back to the feel of the Romans with how the book is displayed and how the characters evolve. Highly recommended!
Michael Wilkinson
Imaginative style more fantasy than roman series however characters still entertain recommended
OK, not great read

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