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Through Stone and Sea by Barb Hendee
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May 31, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: fantasy, paranormal

Wynn continues her quest to discover more about the ancient Enemy. This time she travels with Chane--a Noble Dead vampire and Shade a Majay-hi--dog descended from the Fay to the land of the dwarves.

The story is fairly straight forward; she must uncover ancient history and compromise her ethics to do so. A wraith she thought dead follows her, and she must help combat it.

The novel itself is part of a cycle that I can only guess will lead to a second war with the Enemy.

The best thing about the book is the world building. The Hendees do a great job of introducing the world of the dwarves and unveiling a mystery (I won't say specifically) about one of the other elemental races.

Still the story and characterization is solid as always even minor characters have life breathed into them. Another solid outing in the Noble Dead series.
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