I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for a honest review. This in no way changes my opinions.
I really like the cover but this one left me with not much to go on to goblinize it. So I just added a cute fluffy stuffed goblin.
. Just as in book one I am amazed at how well polished the editing is. I don’t recall seeing one error in this one and that is rare for me.
Although it did take me an abnormally long time to finish this it had nothing to do with the book itself, and everything to do with a Storage shed. If you don’t know what I am talking about count yourself lucky. If you do I am sorry. Either way look at the upgrades I found for Bob in the storage unit.
Doesn’t he look handsome? For those that don’t know Bob. He is my Idea man, I like to bounce things off of him while I write. He usually has good advice…… OK stop looking at me like that! You are at a Goblin themed book review blog. You must have know I was a bit strange to begin with. And Bob doesn’t like it when you stare at me. You don’t want to see Bob angry.
Now back to the book. This is the second book in a planed trilogy. Usually the middle books are a bit slower. This one did manage to keep the action up for the most part which was nice. But I did feel that the plot was a bit too predictable here. All of the big reveals that happened I saw coming. But I read a lot of fantasy so it’s hard for me to judge these things. As for where I think it will end I may be wrong but I think I know. Now that may sound like a bad thing and I guess it usually is. But the writing style is good enough that even if I knew every plot point in advance I would still want to read these books.
In the later parts of the book a few things happened that I felt where pretty unlikely from what we know of everything that happened beforehand. I don’t know enough about the guy to say if he is a traitor or not But either way it still seemed odd to me.
This series feels to me like it would be a great introduction to Fantasy for someone that hasn’t read any before or didn’t like the books they tried. Its very well written but predictable so far. I like most of the characters and really want to know if it is going to end the way I think or if all of my assumptions will be overturned. Because you know what they say of people that make assumptions. They make an ass out of you and mptions. Wait that isn’t right is it? Oh well. Veiled Intentions (The Dragon’s Blade #2) by Michael R. Miller gets 3.75 out of 5 stars from this goblin reviewer and Bob.
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