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Slave of Sama - Jeffrey Lord

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Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Jeffrey Lord / Paperback / Book published by Pinnacle Books

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      15.08.2010 09:56
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      overall i'd give this book a 7/10

      Slave of Sama is the fourth book in the Richard Blade series written by a group of authors under the Pen name Jeffery Lord.
      The book follows a character by the name of Richard Blade who becomes part of an experiment that sends people to other Dimensions.

      Richard Blade is transported to the dimension of Sarma in this book.
      Richard Blade saves a slave called Pelops from a large group of giant crabs. I had wondered when the author would introduce different monsters in the book as the other two dimensions that he has been two were almost normal in description but were placed in different time scales.

      Before going into the Dimension of Sarma Richard Blade had been captured by some Russian spies.
      These spies had been part of a project that made lookalikes of famous British spies.To me this sounds something out of a James Bond book and I wish he had something more unique.


      Pelops one of the books character seems to be a bit timid at times and he was once tutor to royalty but became a slave after his wife had plotted against him.at times you feel sorry at how his life has played out but in different circumstances he probably be in a role of high responsibility.
      Princess Zeena
      Is the second to meet Richard blade and as a member of royalty plays a part in keeping Richard alive.Her character is young so has not yet had a lifetime of politics so is a bit boring to start off with but her character improves much later in the book.

      Overall as I read each book in the series they seem to improve and are becoming more a less faultless.The book does belong to the fantasy genre and many people will be put off by that but has enough plots and sub plots to keep it interesting .overall i'd give this book a 7/10.


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