Book Review: Plague of Swords (The Traitor Son Cycle #4)

Publishing Date: 2016

Genre: Fantasy

Rating: 2.6/5

Review: So the Red Knight is flying around on a Griffon that speaks in his mind (of course he is). This is just one of the instances where the novels have become more fantastical as the series progresses. The world building is sliding a bit as we know most of the landscape and the factions therein. There are some very good quests that draw you into a new landscape of intrigue, yet for the most part that magic becomes more than the sum of the novels parts, and that was a shame.

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