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The Alleluia Files by Sharon Shinn
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Jul 06, 2012

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Read from July 06 to 14, 2012

I felt like this one was the best in the series so far, up until the last chapter.

I didn't figure out the spoiler until it was finally revealed (which was great, Shinn's spoilers have been typically transparent from the beginning of the story) and I felt like the characters actually had some kind of motivation in this book whereas, the characters from the other books had pretty simple roles to play and didn't face any real action.

Then the final chapter came and Conran (the atheist leader of the Jacobites) was reduced to a lunatic muttering under his breath and was outrageously aggressive. This was bizarre given his behavior in previous chapters. It was stupid and I'm not sure where Shinn was going with that.

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