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Three Days And Nights In Lord Darkdrake's Hall

by Leah Bobet

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The only woman in Captain Stoneburn's company is captured and held prisoner by the powerful Lord Darkdrake, but not necessarily for the reasons that she thinks. I liked a lot of things about this one, the balance of prose and dialogue, the slow parcelling out of relevant details, how well it evoked the tension and claustrophobia of its narrator. But in the intro to the podcast, mention was made of people finding the critical part of the ending too ambiguous, and I have to say I agree. I may not have noticed if it hadn't been brought to my attention beforehand, but since it was, I focused on it and therefore didn't find the story entirely satisfying.
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