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The Colour of Vengeance
- The Ties that Bind, Book 2
- Lu par : Jaret Ross
- Durée : 11 h et 49 min
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Beaten, battered, and damned near broken, with a bounty on his head so large he’s tempted to turn himself in, the Black Thorn finds himself on trial for the crime of being him. Despite the impending probability of death, he has but one thought on his mind: taking revenge against the Arbiter who took his eye. In order to carry out his vengeance, Thorn must first escape Sarth and recruit a new crew, each one with their own designs on revenge.
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I love the characters!
So, before I get to my opinion on the book itself, I have to take a moment to ask the author to PLEASE, for the love of god, stop using the word "folk" in every sentence. No one talks or speaks like that. It makes the dialog and narration sound artificial. But the aggravation only gets compounded when the narrator refuses to say the word correctly. Jaret, THE L IS SILENT. Phonetically the word is "fowk" or "foke". It is not pronounced with an L. Please, for the love of all that is good and proper, since i'm sure the author will continue to liberally pepper the entire third book with the word, learn how to pronounce the word "folk."
Now, the book is good. I really enjoyed the first book, and bought the second to see what happened with the story. So far, the second book doesn't seem to be covering all the plot lines from the first book. But I haven't finished it yet.
The characters are great. I find myself liking all of them, even the villains. And there is plenty of depth of character development. It's easy to picture them and imagine who they are. The dialogue is also quite good.
I genuinely appreciate the use of swears. One thing that grinds my gears is authors who make up their own swear words so they don't have to worry about backlash for saying "shit." I mean, really? Grow a pair. One author who I won't name uses the word "crit" instead of "shit." It's like hearing fingernails on a chalkboard every time the narrator says "crit." It's just so artificial and pointless. So, thank you Rob for being brave enough to have your characters swear occasionally. I don't care if swears are in a book or not. I just can't stand fake swears....
All in all, a great second book in the series.