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    Description

    Wynter is here....

    Gervon Wynter has returned to Rotherweird and has not only taken over the town but is busy destroying the countrysiders' life too. 

    Can our small band of heroes find a way to outwit a genius whose master plan is five centuries in the making?

    Watch this space....

    ©2019 Andrew Caldecott (P)2019 Quercus Editions Limited

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    "Intricate and crisp, witty and solemn." (Hilary Mantel, Man Booker Prize-winning author of Wolf Hall on Rotherweird)

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    • Thea
    • 23/01/2021

    Arduously detailed an all over the place

    While the magic and originality of the "Rotherweird" world and backstory somehow held together the narrative in the previous books, this one quite literally lost the plot: the umpteen side characters of whom the reader/ listener is expected to keep track despite POV jumps every other minute, the insistence on long-winded descriptions and frequent use of exceedingly highbrow terminology, as well as several story threads being left in limbo killed this series for me. I wanted to switch off after the first hour or so already, but stuck with it out of stubbornness and hope for improvement. After the 15 1/2 hours I couldn't have cared less about how the journey ended for the protagonist and was simply glad it was over. Such a disappointing end to what could have been a great trip - perhaps an early and decisive intervention by the literary agent could have saved the author from this nosedive?