The Skull Throne by Peter V. Brett

The Critiquing Chemist


Rate: 4.5/5

Medium: Kindle

Overview (No Spoilers): Almost every amazing series has a book, e.g., A Song of Ice and Fire: A Dance with Dragons, that acts as a placeholder, in which pawns moves across the playing field and into position for the next installment in the series. Often, when thoroughly enjoying reading a series, I find that I begin to feel anxiety that the next book will be the dreaded chessboard. With that being said, roughly the first two thirds of The Skull Throne had the overall air of a setup for forthcoming novel, The Core. The most frustrating aspect from the readers perspective was that our beloved crew seemed to have grown complacent in their new abilities to battle the demons, therefore allowing relatively petty political problems to occupy their precious time and attentions. Surprisingly, this disarray happened almost immediately following the disappearance of the…

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