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The Way Between the Worlds The View From the Mirror Book 4

Review The Way Between the Worlds The View From the Mirror Book 4

In the conclusion to this series Karan the young Sensitive who holds the Mirror of Aachen which has the power to hea. Said simply I really enjoyed the book The ending wasn't a 'everyone lives happily ever after' which was a very big surprise It was very sad and made me think about how all the events tied in not giving too much away the book is covered in decisions upon decisions of the numerous characters and the way everything ties into each other at the end is incredibleIt made me uestion what was right what was wrong who was evil who was good There is no 'bad side' and 'good side' where the good side always defeats the evil bad guys Ian Irvine thins the line between good and evil to the extent that there are so many different viewpoints so many things to uestion so many ways to interpret the things that Ian Irvine writes Everyone has there own driving points there own reasons for doing what they do The author describes everything eually he doesn't take the side of any of the characters and because of this you uestion who is right after every chapter Every couple of chapters change your perception of the characters completely changes And the way every action of everyone ties in at the end the conclusion is incredibleI will not read a book this great for a very long time Recommended ten times over Light in a Dark House (Detective Kimmo Joentaa Book 4) (English Edition) very big surprise It was Maisie Dobbs (Maisie Dobbs very sad and made me think about how all the events tied in not giving too much away the book is covered in decisions upon decisions of the numerous characters and the way everything ties into each other at the end is incredibleIt made me uestion what was right what was wrong who was evil who was good There is no 'bad side' and 'good side' where the good side always defeats the evil bad guys Ian Irvine thins the line between good and evil to the extent that there are so many different The Lost Predator (Primeval, viewpoints so many things to uestion so many ways to interpret the things that Ian Irvine writes Everyone has there own driving points there own reasons for doing what they do The author describes everything eually he doesn't take the side of any of the characters and because of this you uestion who is right after every chapter Every couple of chapters change your perception of the characters completely changes And the way every action of everyone ties in at the end the conclusion is incredibleI will not read a book this great for a Million Dollar Marriage (Million Dollar, very long time Recommended ten times over

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L or permanently destroy the rift between Worlds is held captive Her lover Llian is in chains falsely accused of bet. The pacing issues and relatively thin plot in the prior volume Dark is the Moon put me off reading The Way Between the Worlds for almost two years At one point I was considering leaving the series unfinished but I am a completionist and that just wouldn't do And as it turns out I liked this book Irvine pulls together an incredible number of plot threads and manages to bring them to a resolution that satisfactorily answered all my uestions This may sound like damning with faint praise and while it's true the book didn't blow me away I had a good time following characters I've grown attached to and reading on to see how they were going to get out of the newest sticky situation One of the things I consistently love in Irvine's books are his realistic and gripping portrayals of physical hardship and danger when Karan trudges across miles of snowbound forest with only a few provisions in her pocket or flees up a rocky slope with the air burning her lungs and the Ghâshâd in hot pursuit I viscerally felt it as a reader Some of the issues with earlier books in the series still persisted here the climax dragged on way too long and it took Irvine about three chapters to finally decide on the place where he wanted to end the book Though I'll take that over a series ending cliffhanger one of the Seven Mortal Sins of series writing which Irvine committed in Well of Echoes the series following this one He also has a penchant for melodrama and his telling versus showing ratio is a bit higher than I'd like Even with these personal preferences taken into account this was a fun read in a world I've come to look forward to visiting and will definitely be visiting again in Fate of the Fallen his first book in the most recent Santhenar cycle Troy High volume Dark is the Moon put me off reading The Way Between the Worlds for almost two years At one point I was considering leaving the series unfinished but I am a completionist and that just wouldn't do And as it turns out I liked this book Irvine pulls together an incredible number of plot threads and manages to bring them to a resolution that satisfactorily answered all my uestions This may sound like damning with faint praise and while it's true the book didn't blow me away I had a good time following characters I've grown attached to and reading on to see how they were going to get out of the newest sticky situation One of the things I consistently love in Irvine's books are his realistic and gripping portrayals of physical hardship and danger when Karan trudges across miles of snowbound forest with only a few provisions in her pocket or flees up a rocky slope with the air burning her lungs and the Ghâshâd in hot pursuit I Coreys Pony Is Missing (Pony Tails, viscerally felt it as a reader Some of the issues with earlier books in the series still persisted here the climax dragged on way too long and it took Irvine about three chapters to finally decide on the place where he wanted to end the book Though I'll take that over a series ending cliffhanger one of the Seven Mortal Sins of series writing which Irvine committed in Well of Echoes the series following this one He also has a penchant for melodrama and his telling Dear George And Other Stories versus showing ratio is a bit higher than I'd like Even with these personal preferences taken into account this was a fun read in a world I've come to look forward to Social Creature visiting and will definitely be Misplaced Loyalty (Meredith & Hodge, visiting again in Fate of the Fallen his first book in the most recent Santhenar cycle

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Raying her With the dark moon rising the Charon Rulke is unstoppable as he prepares to open the Way between the Worl. What am I supposed to sayThey the readers of the world talk about how hangovers and books that insinuate themselves in you and change youI finished this series years after I started it I'm 30ish and have a bit of the jadedness that comes with the age in homo sapien where in an arrogant maliese they believe they have a general idea of how all things flow and there is nothing new under their eyes and that new things are to be feared and hated I don't think anyone could agree with me on how deep the river of the series cut into me Mercy me I think it's impact on me is singular When I right I know I'm playing at alchemy with unlabeled bottles I hope for the curious combination of words that will crush people as this book had crushed me The sheer desperate folly of every character was a perfect picture of mankind I don't even know if I can recommend this series to others not at least with the object of having them feel what I feltI will be plain This is the greatest fantasy series I have ever read Some will not be able to understand it I wonder if I do It is of Paragon uality such that it may not be digestible for everyone But everyone must try I don't think many would be disappointed Please me Irvine keep working in the lab You are a good talent Brave as the Charon skilled as the Aachim Indefatigable as to he Faellem and incorrigible as the ZainThank you so much I need coffee a pillow and a long dark night