Through Stone and Sea [Barb Hendee, J.C. Hendee]

Through Stone and Sea: A Novel of the Noble Dead - Barb Hendee;J.C. Hendee

I feel like there are a lot of things I should be able to say about this book. This book reminded me why there is only one of these books a year (Jan of each year). They likely take that long to write if nothing else!

I tried to read this shortly after reading the first book in Wynn's triology, In Shade and Shadow, back in February. It didn't work out so well that time but this time I had no trouble getting into the book and reading it.

This book seemed a little slower than the others, with more telling and retelling and less action (until the end of the book). I think part of my problem is that I listened to the last book I read in this series, instead of reading it. The names are throwing me off some, since I heard them instead of reading them.

I was happy to hear a little about Chap, Magiere and Leesil, even if it was through a story told by a dwarf (it might have only been half true, at best). I know they aren't dead, since after Wynn's trilogy it goes back to them)