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Lord of the Fading Lands by C.L. Wilson
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Nov 17, 10

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bookshelves: 2010, fantasy, ebook, romance
Read from July 07 to November 14, 2010 — I own a copy , read count: 1

This is a very straightforward fantasy-romance. It's pretty much populated with stock characters, and has a little glossary in the back of terms and phrases in the Fey or Eld languages. Due to all of this, and to the slightly awkward writing style, I couldn't help thinking that if Eragon had been a romance, it would have been Lord of the Fading Lands. The plot took quite a long time to get going, and I swear the characters were repeating themselves - at least, the statements about the characters' thoughts were very repetitive.

The book actually had less sexual content than I expected (as a romance) and most of it was very tame, but then it briefly veered off into being overly explicit, enough to make me go "yeccchh." Odd.

I can't believe I'm saying this, but as the plot picked up a bit nearer the end, the book became JUST interesting enough that I MIGHT pick up book two.

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