Summary

Though her memory remains clouded by sorcery, Imrhien (heroine of The Ill-Made Mute) must take vital news to the King-Emperor of Caermelor, hoping also to find the fearless ranger who has won her heart.
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2 out of 5 stars
By Michelle on 06-01-09

Good, Bad and Irritating

It's such a shame, the story line was interesting until it became confusing...the main character keeps changing her name, I realize the identity issue but honestly enough is enough.

The Pied Piper? The most used logic puzzle with the doors? I'm sorry but bad enough to blatantly incorporate another story line and try to make it actually work, but it is made all the worse by the excess of flowery descriptive phrasing that actually begins to detract even more from the story.

I am curious what happens, but not so sure if I'm curious enough to get the next book (which they've divided in half for double credits).

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3 out of 5 stars
By WarpKatt on 04-04-16

I tried...I really did.

The non-stop detailed descriptions of every item and location surrounding the characters were just too much and by chapter two I found myself fas t forwarding through the rest of the book still hoping it would get to the point. Nope.

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