Shadowblack - Spellslinger (Hardback)Sebastien de Castell (author)
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Publisher: Hot Key Books
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 605 g
Dimensions: 240 x 162 x 32 mm
Kellen is starting to grow up, to become more confident in his power and in who he is. he is still angry at what has been done to him and at the danger his friends and family are placed in, but we can begin to see him mature into somebody who will be able to do things about that * Blue Black Balloon *
I found Shadowblack to be a fantastic fantasy western hybrid and a rousing adventure. I am definitely looking forward to continuing the story in the next book * The Tattooed Book Geek *
The plot of the series continues to get more complicated and exciting and though I have read two books in this series this year - I already can't wait to find out what happens next. The Spellslinger series is a fun and heartwarming adventure for all ages that teaches you that all you need to be successful is hard work and a little of sleight of hand. * The Quill To Live *
Shadowblack remains good for giggles and is once again highly cinematic. Kellen remains a likeable narrator with a good heart, and both Ferius and Reichis are a delight to spend more time with. And because I like my characters spiky and unexpected in their ethics, Rosie intrigued me more than she was perhaps intended to. There's no such thing as your average Argosi, and that alone may keep me coming back for more * One More *
Shadowblack has a cinematic world, and it's got bags of originality and fun to it. The main characters are memorable, hilarious and relatable. Personally, I relate to Reichis on a deep, spiritual level. Don't know about you guys!? There's action, some Wild West vibes, and plenty of humour and snark provided by certain characters as well as a rich and deep plot to keep you guessing! * Reality's A Bore *
a rip-roaring adventure, with top-notch action, humour, and magic sequences. I can't wait for the third in this series! * Much Ado About Books *
Shadowblack is all about the classic crisis of confidence, not knowing what to do or where you belong, feeling like you're all alone in a big and scary world. Love, love, loved it! This sequel to Spellslinger was worth the wait * Reading Zone *
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