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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 4, 2018
I don't usually read Fantasy stories, but lately I've come across so many that I like that it just may be my new favorite genre. I had read a Jaime Castle story before (Pickaxe), and it was my favorite in the anthology, so of course I sat down to read Web of Eyes and knew it would not disappoint. Even the cover art is enticing. This is a story of a collaborative effort of a Thief, Knight, and Mage on a journey to save the Kingdom. This is no ordinary quest, though, and the three main characters need a serious amount of bravery to go where they must. The woods would give an ordinary person nightmares! One of my favorite things about this story is the witty dialog from the thief. He's so cocky that he considers himself the greatest thief in the world, and he's not afraid to prove it (although that doesn't guarantee he won't regret it later). He is a really funny guy. The knight feels compelled to complete the task at hand to honor a man who gave him a second chance and helped shape him into the honorable man he is. The mage is a delightful addition to the story, causing both alarm and awe from the boy who knew her best. Would you trust a mage? Maybe, if you really needed her help! The story is wrapped up very nicely with an ending that shocked me.
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