Master and Fool - J.V. Jones Reviews
Description:ISBN 1857234715 / Author: J. V. Jones / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Third volume in the 'Book of Words' series.
Newest Review: ... go from the middle of the second book. The world Jones has created is still incomplete, the politics and motives of the ... more
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by - written on 04/05/08 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Having left a less than positive review on the first book of this series it may come as a surprise that I not only finished the series but have a more positive attitude towards this third and final book. I plodded through the first book and then had to force myself through the second, which even though I only finished it a day and a half ago has slipped into the grey part of my brain; I couldn't tell you what happened in book two if my life depended on it. So obviously I approached this third book, which is larger than the second, with some degree of misgiving. In 'Master and Fool' Jones brings the main protagonists together for an explosive and action packed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/03/03, updated on 22/03/03 (Useful, 43 readings)
This is going to be a hard review to write. Not because I found this book bad or a disappointment no, on the contrary I found it as exciting and spell binding as the two that proceeded it. The problem is that if I tell you anything of the plot I give the whole game away! I don?t want to spoil it for you, It?s a cracking book and the ending is not as predictable as you might think. It is amazing how all the characters come together, how the cryptic clues begin to make sense and how you realise that some of the characters aren?t as bad as you first thought. JV Jones is a genius writer. Her plots twist and turn but stay simple so you don?t get lost or ... Read the complete review
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