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 In the story Warlords like Qabal Vyazin and his strong man Jariq Zarengor, The Black Vavasor shine as characters, as do Cair the Zoukai Captain and the unfortunate Kashlihk fighting-slave whom we get acquainted to early in the story. In the story Warlords like Qabal Vyazin and his strong man Jariq Zarengor, The Black Vavasor shine as characters, as do Cair the Zoukai Captain and the unfortunate Kashlihk fighting-slave whom we get acquainted to early in the story.
  
-I don't want to go too much into the plot nor the characters as they need to be experienced by you - Untainted of interpretation.+I don't want to go too much into the plot nor the characters as they need to be experienced by you yourself ​- Untainted of my interpretations.
  
-What I will say is that the tale of E.M. Swifthook is awesome - It has action, emotion and characters you can feel for as they go through their ordeals.+What I will say is that the tale of E.M. Swifthook is awesome!!! - It has action, emotion and characters you can truly feel for as they go through their ordeals.
  
-The setting is brutal, raw and the rough life of the inhabitants ​feels real as you learn of their plight.+The setting is brutal, raw and rough is the life of the inhabitants ​of Temsevar and their fates feel real as you learn of their plight.
  
 If you are looking to read something that will loom in the back of your mind you should read The Fated Sky, you won't be disappointed. If you are looking to read something that will loom in the back of your mind you should read The Fated Sky, you won't be disappointed.
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