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Bladesong review on ‘Reading on Repeat’ blog

Another wonderful review, for ‘Bladesong’ this time, to keep me motivated. The fact someone took the time to write a review like this is really appreciated. Check out CourtneyLindemann ‘s blog – not just my review! This is how it starts

Author: Jean Gill

5 of 5 stars

Jean Gill has truly outdone herself withBladesong (sequel to the equally magnificentSong at Dawn). Bladesong is book 2 in The Troubadours series and picks up about a year after where its predecessor left off. The sheer complexity of the plot has been taken to another level in this novel. Not only did Gill maintain impeccable consistency between books, but she mastered the task of crafting an entirely new adventure; interweaving historical detail and imagination as if they were two sides of the same coin. I fell even more in love with Estela and Dragonetz and deeply enjoyed experiencing their evolution, both individually and as a couple.

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