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Expectations prior to reading this Same powder magic with the Carnath incantation The Squirrel cat wanting to eat someone s eye Kellen making contact with his sister through wind magic A new girl with some romantic aspect Danger and cliffhangers that are not genuine Reality after finishing the book Same powder magic with the Carnath incantation The Squirrel cat wanting to eat someone s eye Kellen making contact with his sister through wind magic A new girl with some romantic aspect D Expectations prior to reading this Same powder magic with the Carnath incantation The Squirrel cat wanting to eat someone s eye Kellen making contact with his sister through wind magic A new girl with some romantic aspect Danger and cliffhangers that are not genuine Reality after finishing the book Same powder magic with the Carnath incantation The Squirrel cat wanting to eat someone s eye Kellen making contact with his sister through wind magic A new girl with some romantic aspect Danger and cliffhangers that are not genuine My least favorite entry in the series so far By this point, I CANNOT put this series down It has the light adventure feel with all the darker currents of modern fantasy while being a YA with a lovable trickster with a nasty penchant for destroying everything he grows to love Sigh But you know what It impossible not to love it It s like a YA version of Brust s Vlad series with the hardcore coolness of applied magic a la Sanderson s Law Magic must make sense, have rules, be awesome Most of all, however, what drives this is the cha By this point, I CANNOT put this series down It has the light adventure feel with all the darker currents of modern fantasy while being a YA with a lovable trickster with a nasty penchant for destroying everything he grows to love Sigh But you know what It impossible not to love it It s like a YA version of Brust s Vlad series with the hardcore coolness of applied magic a la Sanderson s Law Magic must make sense, have rules, be awesome Most of all, however, what drives this is the charm Being an outlaw is cool and all, but politics is politics and the machinations of nations can be a very, very dirty business It s a shame that he has to follow his heart This one was somewhat rough Not like we couldn t figure that out by the title, of course But my heart breaks For several reasons QUEENSLAYER Episode 5 On this episode of Spellslinger, Kellen STILL doesn t level up.This book series has been like an anime for me Each book feels like it s own episode where the MC continues to make a name for themselves by being the reluctant hero The problem is, Kellen is suppose to be extremely clever, but he s still just getting lead around by the nose This is the 5th book and he s still asking himself thewho am Iandam I good or evilquestions He STILL only has ONE MOVE I QUEENSLAYER Episode 5 On this episode of Spellslinger, Kellen STILL doesn t level up.This book series has been like an anime for me Each book feels like it s own episode where the MC continues to make a name for themselves by being the reluctant hero The problem is, Kellen is suppose to be extremely clever, but he s still just getting lead around by the nose This is the 5th book and he s still asking himself thewho am Iandam I good or evilquestions He STILL only has ONE MOVE It s like when I was at my sisters for Christmas and she wanted to play Mortal Kombat on super nintendo hell yeah, I remember the moves so we start playing and she proceeds to kick my ass by just crouching and using one move over and over That s what this book felt like for me, everyone knowsmagic and is stronger than Kellen, but in the end his single move is stronger than them all Don t get me wrong this book wasn t BAD, the writing and dialogue was still amazing The book s intrigue and pacing had me hooked and blowing through the book It all fell flat at the end for me though, the plot twists I saw coming, the deaths weren t emotional, and the entire ending felt unexciting I neededout of the second to last book in the series.If you re new to the series don t judge it based off of my review of this single book, the series has been great If you ve read the series you ll still enjoy this one but might run into some of the same problems I did I ll 100% still be buying the final book when it comes out This one felt like a huge set up strictly for the last book 4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum this penultimate installment of the Spellslinger series, our hapless protagonist Kellen Argos has once again traveled to a new place and embroiled himself in yet another sticky political situation in which he really can t afford to make a single mistake Fortunately, by his side is Reichis, his trusty sidekick sorry, business partner who is a cantankerous squirrel cat with the heart of a lion and the mouth of a sailor 4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum this penultimate installment of the Spellslinger series, our hapless protagonist Kellen Argos has once again traveled to a new place and embroiled himself in yet another sticky political situation in which he really can t afford to make a single mistake Fortunately, by his side is Reichis, his trusty sidekick sorry, business partner who is a cantankerous squirrel cat with the heart of a lion and the mouth of a sailor Like all the previous volumes, this one also features a very memorable and vibrant supporting cast as characters new and old make an appearance, while certain absences can also be felt strongly.In Queenslayer, Kellen has traveled to Darome, a nation with some peculiar customs and beliefs After accidentally smearing blood on a Daroman flag, our protagonist finds himself hauled in front of the royal court to face justice for his crime Presiding over his trial is Queen , an 11 year old girl wise beyond her years Devising a challenge in the form of a card game, she manages to get the court to spare Kellen and place him under her protection.But pretty soon, Kellen realizes that being in the queen s service is not all it s cracked up to be Most of the others mistrust him, fearful of his Shadowblack And some also want to use him to their advantage, putting Kellen in a delicate spot As a greater conspiracy is revealed to him, Kellen is finding itanddifficult to keep his head above water, painfully aware that the queen probably trusts and relies on himthan she should.Five books in, it is fascinating for me to watch the evolution of this series In my review of the previous book, Soulbinder, I noted how I thought we had reached a turning point, where Kellen s journey may have started taking steps towards a darker andmature direction Queenslayer has certainly not swayed me from that impression While this book still has plenty of action and humor, I definitely feel that it isunderstated compared to the first three in the series For one thing, the story is heavily focused on courtly politics, putting Kellen s wits to the test Having reached his eighteenth birthday, our boy is growing up, and it s obvious from certain themes in the plot as well as some of the situations in which he finds himself That said, I was pleased to see that if there s one thing that hasn t changed much, it s that he is still completely hopeless when it comes to women.With onebook to go, Sebastien de Castell is also preparing to tie everything together, though of course there are still plenty of secrets he keeps close to the vest There sabout the Shadowblack, building upon what we learned from the previous book in which we saw Kellen start to come around to what the markings might mean for his future However, new information about his affliction including the possibility of a cure has oncegotten him rethinking all his plans The author has also teased a greater role for Kellen s sister, and Shalla makes an appearance in Queenslayer, bringing with her all kinds of questions about her endgame I m still not really sure about her, whether her love for Kellen is sincere or if she is merely a tool of their father all I know is that I m excited to find outAnd finally, I would also love to seeof Ferius I ve been missing her, and of course I m still holding out hope that there will be a bigger part for the Argosi, but at the same time I can t deny that a part of me is tremendously proud to watch Kellen come into his own without anyone holding his hand It feels like his has been the goal of the last two novels.Needless to say, if you ve been enjoying the series, Queenslayer is not to be missed I always feel a nervous energy whenever we approach a finale, and this is pretty much where I am now, waiting on pins and needles for Crownbreaker I m going to be sad when Kellen and Reichis journey comes to a close, but knowing that I ll have all the fond memories of their past adventures to keep me smiling, it s hard to feel too upset As far as memorable moments go, there are plenty in this one, and I can t wait to read the final book Vid review will be available here on August, 12th, 2019 Vid review will be available here on August, 12th, 2019 I think this is the weakest installment in the series so far There s no character development, nothing continues the plot line Its definitely a thing when you realize if you skip this 5th book, you don t miss out on anything Don t do that, I m sure the thing that did sorta happen continues Also some character decisions were made toward the end I really hated the direction of I m still going into the finale with excitement though |Download Book ☻ Queenslayer ♫ The fifth book in the page turning SPELLSLINGER fantasy series Kellen and Reichis have just finished fighting a duel in the desert when Kellen inadvertently smears blood on the Daroman flag an act of treason for which the Marshals have no choice but to arrest him Just before he s put before the Queen to be executed, Kellen is given a strange piece of advice from one of his fellow prisoners kill the Queen and he ll be given clemency by those who take power But when Kellen comes face to face with the eleven year old monarch, he realises she s vastly smarter than he expected and in a great deal danger I hate to say this but feel like I m reading the same book over and over The characters never seem to do anything that changes my opinion about them Kellen and his sister have the same conversation three times every book Kellen and Reichis have the same conversation five times every book Kellen and whatever person he has just met that now hates him with a passion have the same interaction with the same result three times a book and finally, as always, Kellen arrives at a strange place with s I hate to say this but feel like I m reading the same book over and over The characters never seem to do anything that changes my opinion about them Kellen and his sister have the same conversation three times every book Kellen and Reichis have the same conversation five times every book Kellen and whatever person he has just met that now hates him with a passion have the same interaction with the same result three times a book and finally, as always, Kellen arrives at a strange place with strange people and instantly becomes the absolute centre of attention emotionally and politically with everything revolving around him As someone who counts The Greatcoats series as one of his all time favourites I m a bit devastated to reach this point and could only recommend this to the younger readers, who admittedly it is actually aimed at I LOVE THIS SERIES It seriously brings me so much joy Kellen is growing so much and it s lovely to see This book had waypolitical intrigue than I expected but I was engrossed I really liked all the court machinations as well as the new characters we were introduced too Shalla continues to be a pain in the arse for Kellen and Reichis continues to steal the show as well as the butter biscuits.5 stars, naturally Read this series, it s good.