[Soulbinder Spellslinger #4] E–pub ↠ Sebastien de Castell

Soulbinder Spellslinger #4Kellen searches for the Ebony Abbey latest hope to find a cure for his shadowblack to find a cure for his shadowblack this installment Kellen is even separated from Reichis The reader encounters many new characters and gains an interesting view on the shadowblack Kellen once again has to rely on his Argosi training and is forced to reconsider his family ties Will war be inevitable Are the cultural differences to big to be overcome Read for yourself I enjoyed this book immensely amongst others due to B a new character but also because of Kellen holding on to his Scorch principles while still evolving Two books are still left and I have still no idea how the series will end which is a good sign for me Thank you Sebastian for creating those wonderful characters and thank you for giving me B Spellslinger continues to be one of the best YA series with Soulbinder being another great entryAs before the standout element is the nuanced relationship that Kellen has with his family especially with his father Even though the amount ofages devoted to this relationship interaction is in the single digits it is enough to elevate the story from the sea of YA fiction out thereThe other aspects of this series Kellen s wit the action fast Labour Markets, Identities, Controversies paced writing uniue world building are as strong in this book as in the earlier installments 45 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum my review of therevious book Charmcaster I noted how certain Marrane Et Marronne: La Co-Ecriture Reversible D Andre Et de Simone Schwarz-Bart patterns seemed to keepopping up repeatedly in the storytelling However as I was reading Soulbinder all I could think of was how Sebastien de Castell must have had the same concerns as I did on the direction of this series because it seemed he did everything he could in this one to shake things up and make the story as unpredictable as This Deleuzian Century possible again even going as far as to make light of some of the repetitiveatterns from the Women's Romantic Theatre and Drama: History, Agency, and Performativity previous novelsNeedless to say this time the introduction did notarallel the opening chapters of. The fourth book in the Tell Me What You Want page turning SPELLSLINGER fantasy series Kellen and his murderous suirrel cat Reichis are on their own They've heard rumour of a mythical monastery known as the Ebony Abbey It's alace that outsiders ca. The revious books although once the novel opens upon a scene of our rotagonist Kellen and the suirrel cat Reichis struggling to survive another attempt on their lives Such is the life of an outlaw after all Still instead of Ferius Parfax charging to the rescue with her bold tricks and fiery words this time the Argosi adventurer is nowhere to be found And instead of barely managing to thwart their attackers and get away this time our heroes wind up beaten and broken lying in managing to thwart their attackers and get away this time our heroes wind up beaten and broken lying in hot desert sands waiting for death to claim themBut when Kellen wakes up next his elation at having survived is short lived He finds he has been kidnapped by a cult of monks afflicted with the cursed Shadowblack who have spirited him awa This series keep getting better and better The multi layer story style as always awesome The solo erformance of Kellen s showed character development I genuinely scared about Reichis for A While Overall A Top while Overall a top writing kick ass story and complex characters Sebastien de Castell showed yet again that he is one of the best out there right now with this book Still loving this series and how broad the universe isKellen is brilliant in this one really coming across as a young kid forced to grow up too fast and a good trickster but also a sensible trouble loving head on his shoulders His interactions with all the new characters was fab My favourite is Butelios he s awesome I m really hoping we see of him in the future And as much as I sort of want to Le rendez-vous push Diadera off a cliff I really enjoyed her character too I loved getting to see of Nephenia and the role shelayed in this made me smile I did miss Ferius though as I knew I w I can t tell whether I m totally hooked on the series because of all the cool things that have been discovered andor learned through the course of them or whether this articular book shone all on its own a bit brighter than all but the firstBut enjoy it I did A lot. N never find but Kellen is getting desperate He's been told that the monks inside the Ebony Abbey know about the Shadowblack than anyone else and that they even know how to cure itThen Kellen and Reichis are separated and for. I m loving the whole jack of all trades vibe taking on masters of single schools of Magic Trickster Yep Highly Observational Trickster Yep Highly observational In the heart of a land of Shadowblack monks hiding from the rest of the world and STILL getting into trouble for all the best of reasons YepWith some really dark moments That tooI m telling you fantasy novels like this ones that are ostensibly YA but really rich in the KINDS of magic and fully developed rules for it are still reliant on great characters and shining dialogue Fortunately this has it in spades I was very unsure about this installment at first but then it became one heart attack after another Such a crazy ending Just when things started feeling same old same old Sebastien de Castell switches everything up Kellen is on his own and thrown into a redicament without any help from his companions He is forced to grow as a character and in doing so we learn a lot about his Shadowblack roblem and what it could all meanI had a helluva fun time what it could all meanI had a helluva fun time this one and after the first book it is robably my favorite in the series so far At first I was All Our Trials: Prisons, Policing, and the Feminist Fight to End Violence put a little off balance with the omission of some of my favorite characters however I uickly grew to love or at least be fascinated by the neweoples that the author has Discovering Our Past California Edition: Medieval And Early Modern Times populated his story withAgain just like the other books this is an actionacked book that reads populated his story withAgain just like the other books this is an action In This Land: The Purple Book, Volume Four packed book that reads uickly It iseppered with the usual humor although I feel like this one had darkness behind the tongue in cheek banter that the other ones didn t which in turn really hammered home the seriousness of Kellen s light This was so good Our Kellan is growing up This story sees him on an adventure without Ferius or Reichis We also learn a lot about the complexities of Shadowblack and Kellan learns about his own condition This showed excellent character development Recommended Finally the series is moving on and getting better once againActual Rating 35 Stars. The first time Kellen must face the world alone and venture deeper into shadow magic than he ever knew he could Perfect for fans of The Dark Tower Firefly Guardians of the Galaxy Terry Pratchett Ben Aaronovitch and Jim Butcher. .