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The Books of the South by Glen Cook
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May 16, 2011

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Very good indeed. I felt some of the originality went away as the story teller becomes, not a spectator, but a leader and "cause" in himself. However, it is still very good and I'm looking forward to the "glittering stone" compilation.

But oh, the pregnancy and "herald child" business was all too predictable and cheesy. I did feel a bit let down by that, let's hope it turns to something interesting in the last books.

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