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The Splintered Eye

(The War of Memory Cycle #2)

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In the wake of his disastrous escape, Cob -- the Guardian vessel -- is determined to free the spirit that possesses him, even if it means working with heretics. But when he learns that the only solution is the same necromancy that trapped the Guardian inside him, he is thrust into the center of the age-old conflict between the Guardian and the wraiths who brought magic to ...more
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Published December 16th 2013 by H. Anthe Davis
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Pauline Ross
How do you follow off-the-scale awesomeness? There’s only one way – with a shed-load more awesomeness, that’s how, with a dollop of awesome sauce on top. I love this series. After ‘The Light of Kerrindryr’s tight focus on Guardian-carrying Cob and his escape from slavery, this time the camera pans back a little to show the devious machinations at the heart of the empire. And there’s a quest! Yay for quests!

I raved about ‘The Light of Kerrindryr’, rating it my second favourite read of 2013, but t
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Tiffany Mathews
Jan 27, 2014 rated it it was amazing
After my struggle with the first book (namely my lack of attachment to the characters), I was pleasantly surprised by how the characters started to pull on my hear strings in this book. They became people and not just prototypes. The lines of good and evil began to blur.

All the while, a strong sense of action and adventure is maintained.

The writing is impeccable. How the author is able to create a world so detailed and characters so complex and weave a plot so intricate remains a mystery to me.
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H. Anthe Davis was born in New England, and she still loves the fall colors, but her true loyalty is to the internet. She also loves books (fantasy, sci-fi, horror and narrative nonfiction), manga and comics (generally involving monsters), horror movies (mainly schlock) and weird niche goth music that she nevertheless tries to inflict upon the daylit world. She is currently located in the Valley o ...more

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The War of Memory Cycle (5 books)
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  • The Living Throne (The War of Memory Cycle #3)
  • The Drowning Dark (The War of Memory Cycle, #4)
  • The Bloodied Army (The War of Memory Cycle, #5)

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