Sentence of the Day: The Trouble with Peace

The new Governor of Angland, Leo dan Brock, has a gaping leg wound that oozes yellow tears.

His mother has just arranged a marriage for him. She and his prospective mother-in-law provide him with an engagement ring and tell him the bride is waiting for him on the terrace.

Leo’s only options were a courageous advance or to run screaming from the room, and with the state of his leg he doubted he could outrun his mother.

TTWP, p. 84

Book Two is moving a lot more slowly than Book One. Who the hell is Bayaz? There are zombies? Why does Clover get a whole chapter? Why are the only fight scenes the ones that involve Vick, and isn’t she a tad old to be an assassin etc

Stay safe, dear blog readers. Stay safe.

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