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The Vanquish Vendetta (Illmoor Chronicles)

by David Lee Stone

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I received a free copy of this galley from NetGally in exchange for an honest review.

Picking up this book without having read the previous books in the series, it took me a few chapters to settling in to the character interaction. It was surprisingly easy, however, to settle into the characters and I did not feel that I was missing anything as I read.

This is a fun story full of adventure and interesting plot devices. The characters are true to themselves throughout the book which I consider great and it contained enough humor to keep the story light. I think it's worth picking up the first few books to see what I missed. ( )
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There's an evil imposter posing as Viscount Curfew seated on the Dullitch throne. With the body count going up, suspicions are being aroused. But the Royal Society of Lantern Collectors believe that they can handle it. Meanwhile, King Groan Teethgrit is flat broke. But he's got a plan to flog an ancient hammer, unfortunately his plan will lead him, his brother and Gordo Goldeaze back to Dullitch, where they will once again, help to make a bad situation alot worse.… (more)

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