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The Lady of the Sorrows by Cecilia Dart-Thornton
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Mar 09, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: fantasy
Recommended for: Everyone who likes fantasy and Irish-type fairy tales
Read in March, 2009

The second book in a trilogy, The Lady of the Sorrows sets an even faster pace than An Ill-Made Mute. Some quests and questions from the first book are resolved, and at the end of the book both the reader and the character finally has a complete understanding of the beginning of the trilogy. :~D Several throwaway references have gained a deeper meaning by now, and the ending promises a truly exiting finale.

There's also a very sweet romance, oodles of action, and several pieces of witty dialogue. I especially enjoy the way Irish-type fairy tales are interweaved through the book, and how these tales are usually quite relevant to the plot. It may look long, but this book just sucks you in and won't let go... as evidenced by my finishing it at 01:30 last night.
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