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Shadowblack Epub Shadowblack Sebastien De Castell Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Second Book In The Rich, Compelling And Laugh Out Loud Spellslinger Series For All Teen, YA, Adult And Fantasy Readers Perfect For Fans Of The Dark Tower, Firefly, The Hunger Games And Guardians Of The Galaxy.It S A Few Months Since Kellen Left His People Behind Now Sixteen, Kellen And Reichis Have Developed Something Of A Reputation For Being Able To Kill Unruly Mages So It S No Surprise When A Wealthy But Desperate Father Asks For Their Help In Hunting Down The Men Who Ve Blackmailed Him By Putting A Deadly Curse On His Only Daughter But When Kellen Realizes The Girl Is Showing All The Symptoms Of The Shadowblack, He Starts To Wonder If Those Same Mages Might Be Able To Cure His Own Disease For The Right Price.

10 thoughts on “Shadowblack

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    I don t care who knows it, I m a fanboy Yes, it s fantasy YA, but after the first novel and having loved the flow so well and where it wound up, there s nothing that might convince me to stop now.On the road.Everything about the characters is fun Sorry It s just super easy reading and what s not to love about a wisecracking thieving racoon cat who is the nightmare of every mage alive as your best friend Or having a wily dancer charmer showing him the ropes on the road in a permanent exile Or how about solving the riddle of a plague of shadowblacks overwhelming a far off city This one is mostly about living off the land and surviving in it, enjoying the characters so expertly d...

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    Translation widget on The blog Un volum 2 alert, cu multe r sturn ri de situa ie, plin de pericole tiute i ne tiute, cu mult mai complex dec t primul volum al seriei Mi a pl cut Kellen si n acest volum am apreciat ca i recunoa te limitele, temeri...

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    This was for sure a step up from book one, which I enjoyed, but this one kept me engrossed through to the end and I am now really looking forward to seeing where the story goes next In this book we re once again following Kellen, who is view spoiler now an outcast from the hide spoiler

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    Kid, one day, if you live long enough, you re gonna figure out that power is the biggest joke of all. So Spellslinger was a fun, twisty turny adventure with added magic and angst and great characters, with wit and a few darker moments, but not so much of a wild west influence as the cover would suggest.For Shadowblack, Castell has upped the darker moments by like 75%, upped the angst by 50%, upped the western style by 10% and kept everything else the characters, the magic, the twisty turns, the funny bits about the same.So you could prefer either Spellslinger or Shadowblack, depending on your tastes We left Kellen running from his childhood home with a price on his head, taken in by the continuing to be a badass Ferius and accompanied by his squirrel cat companion Reichis Just like Spellslinger, the novel opens with a fight and a beating Poor kid , and Ferius showing Kellen how its done Here begins the change I know you re scared, kid, and you ve got good reason to be You want to do the right thing, but your fear makes you look for ways to protect yourself. Think of Shadowblack like many superhero sequel films Remember Spiderman 2 Or Iron Man 2 Or even Captain America Winter Soldier Shadowblack is all about the classic crisis of confidence, not knowing what to do or where you belong, feeling like you re all alone in a big and scary world Kellen is a hunted, hated exile, and Ferius is not teaching him what he wants to learn He s beginning to harbour s...

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    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek won a copy of this book through Readers First.Even though The Greatcoats by Sebastien de Castell is one of my favourite fantasy series I have to admit that I haven t read the first book in his YA fantasy series the Spellslinger series You all know how it is, too many books and sadly, never enough time to read them all and ultimately some will end up passing you by I was, however, easily able to pick up and follow the story in Shadowblack without any prior knowledge so it s all good Granted, I only got to know the bare bones of the previous book but it was enough, you learn as you progress through the book and quite frankly, it didn t detract from my overall enjoyment of Shadowblack at all Kellen of the House of Ke is a sixteen year old outcast, an outlaw spellslinger from Jan Tep on the run who also happens to have the shadowblack the shadowblack is a dangerous magical plague that is easily recognisable by the swirling black design around the left eye That will in time cause the inflicted to descend into madness.What s a spellslinger you might ask Well, let me tell you A spellslinger is a derogatory term used by the people of Jan Tep and means that Kellen doesn t have much magic the six different forms of magic are Iron, ember, breath, blood, sand and silk Kellen, due to having the shadowblack has been permanently counter banded which means he is unable to ever use five out of the six forms of magic ...

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    4.5 of 5 stars Spellslinger series is starting to take shape with this second volume, and I m liking where it s going Ex magic student Kellen, having chosen the path of exile, has become transformed into a roaming outlaw of sorts, and I m feeling these wonderful Western vibes seeping in Best of all, traveling with our characters mean we get to discover a whole wide world of endless possibilities.Indeed, Shadowblack is a sequel that greatly expands the world building In this book, Kellen and his companions Ferius the Argosi woman and Reichis the squirrel cat are trekking through the wild and lawless borderland a far cry from the structured and civilized Jan Tep city in which our protagonist grew up Unable to use magic without bringing any unwanted attention to themselves, Kellen finds himself way out of his element However, despite their precautions, trouble winds up catching up to our trio when they are ambushed by bounty hunters who nearly get the best of them Battered and weakened, Kellen has no choice but to trust a pair of strangers who come to their aid, one of whom is an Argosi who seems to be acquainted with Ferius.But it is the other traveler, Seneira, who astonishes Kellen the most Like him, she is afflicted by the shadowblack, a deadly magical ailment which causes terrible headaches, disturbing visions, and swirling black markings to appear on the skin around the eyes ...

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    Shadowblack is the magical second instalment in the Spellslinger series.Kellan has abandoned his people and all hopes of becoming a great Jan Tep Mage with his dwindling ability to perform even the simplest of spells and when he discovered the markings of the Shadowblack surrounding his left eye Marked and feared he is on the run from those who wish death on what they do no understand But upon his travels Kellan discovers many who are just like him, only their markings bring with them terrible visions and it is spreading Fast.I was immediately invested in this story and fell straight back in with the antics of Kellan and his motley crew of outcasts Despite the scheming and intrigue which dogs the narrative, this maintained the fun and fast paced vibes I so loved in the first book Wit and sarcasm abound, which wasn t always to my taste but certainly made for light he...

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    My name is Kellen Argos I am the Path of Endless Stars.While I enjoyed the first book, I Felt the story came into its own in this novel I found this funnier too Reikis and Kellen are great as is Ferous Looking forward to

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    Another wonderful entry in this series Sebastien de Castell is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors.We pick up where Kellen left off, on the run with Ferius Parfax and Reichis the squirrel cat, wandering the Seven Sands and just trying to keep his head on his shoulders Out in the desert he meets another Argosi, The Path of Thorns and Roses, who has a girl in her care, Seneira Seneira, not even a mage, is also suffering the Shadowblack.The twists and turns in this book were excellent A large part of the suspense is the mystery here, so there are fewer fight scenes than I am used to in a de Castell book, but the ones that are there are golden You get this feeling when you read them, the author just has so much fun writing his stories, you can t help but smile when reading his books.I loved the western feel of this It s pronounced in Shadowblack...

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