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Read Deep Water 107 ¾ Centuries ago Acton and his people displaced the Travellers the original inhabitants of the Eleven Domains Now Saker the enchanter is driven by this ancient rage With the bones of his fallen ancestors and the blood from his own veins he will raise armies of the dead to slake his revengeBut what really happened when Acton came through DeathPass a milIle Ash tormented by his past must return to the Deep to find his father and uncover the Travellers' secret songs He thought he had learnt all the ancient music What has his father kept from him and why The truth like all their destinies is hidden in time and lies in deep wat. Things did get a little darker in this seuel but it was written with depth complexity and compassion I found the interwoven narration fascinating and really enjoyed the plot and characters

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Centuries ago Acton and his people displaced the Travellers the original inhabitants of the Eleven Domains Now Saker the enchanter is driven by this ancient rage With the bones of his fallen ancestors and the blood from his own veins he will raise armies of the dead to slake. 35 stars Reviews and found the writing and the setting especially beautiful in this second instalment and it was really interesting getting the chance to learn about the history of this world and about the characters I know I found the first book in the series a bit strange in terms of writing and characterisations but even then I couldn’t argue of how beautiful the setting of this world is and how vividly described it all wasOne thing I don’t think I mentioned last time was how there were short chapters here and there that told about the history of side characters the main characters met Many I notice found these side chapters annoying and pointless but I found them really interesting and enjoyed reading about the histories of other characters and while I must agree these passages sometimes don’t really contribute to the overall story they were really entertaining for meAs a lot of this book is about looking at the past and finding out how to stop the growing evil not a lot happened in terms of action like in the last book but I felt I got on better with this book because the characters were well fleshed out and the story moved along at a nice relaxing pace The author has certainly managed to set up the scene for a grand finale in the last book as this book or less ended with a kind of cliffhanger which I normally don’t like but this one is one that still leaves the reader intrigued to find out what happens next but also doesn’t cut things off too abruptly I haven’t mentioned this before but after reading this book I’m kind of gutted there aren’t books in the series set in this amazingly crafted world I know the author will probably tie things off really nicely but I’ll say now I don’t want to leave While I did find this book very slow going in some parts and it did take me a lot longer to finish than I hoped I still wish the author would write books of this typeSo overall a very well described fantasy world with interesting world descriptions and history and characters that I found easier to connect with this time It took me longer to finish than I thought and that was a bit of a disappointment but I would still like to recommend this series to those who like beautifully written traditional fantasy with a relaxing prose I strongly look forward to seeing how things will end for this world and characters 🙂

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Deep WaterHis revengeBut what really happened when Acton came through DeathPass a millennium ago To find out Bramble agrees to risk her life and perhaps her soul on a voyage of discovery Will she find the simple answer she needs or will her experiences shatter her deepest beliefsMeanwh. I am enjoying this trilogy I needed something entertaining and engaging and these books provided I especially like the theme explored in these books that there is no true good or evil Any character perceived as evil has motivations with which the reader can relate and even support and any character perceived as good has done regrettable sometimes evil things I especially like the storyline exploring Acton's history and how he is revealed not to be the monster that some of the characters assumed him to be in the first book I also really like the idea of the ghosts and the subtle underlying machinations of the gods and the supernatural You get the sense that the characters are living out only one layer of a larger story yet the reader is only given hints as to what the larger story might be if there really is one