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The Crimson Claw

by Deborah Chester

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Someone must have let ol’ George Lucas help out on this book, because it wasn’t near as good as the first one. Ampris never seems to learn anything, and it gets really annoying. In her overzealousness to free the slave races, she trusts those that she knows she shouldn’t and gets maimed for it, even though she’s a hardened, seasoned gladiator now. Whatever. I hope the final book gets better. ( )
  Homechicken | Dec 8, 2007 |
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The master reptilian Viis beat, sell, and kill at whim the Abiru slaves they rule. But their corruption is destroying them. And Ampris--a slave forced to fight as a gladiator--will powerfully lead the fight for her oppressed people.

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