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Seller Agent Commission. Compare Agent Services. Full Service Agent. Moichi's adventures take him, Aufeya and Chiisai to exotic lands to confront a mad sorceress, Sardonyx, and the struggle to possess a powerful magical artifact, the fabled Firemask. I thought the story began well. I love the exotic setting that is Sha'angh'sei, a huge city and melting pot of cultures, predominantly oriental, which Lustbader's brilliant writing brings to vivid life.
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The action in the book bears Lustbader's hallmark of being brutal and bloody and the author keeps it coming thick and fast. However, if the story had matched the pace of the violence then I suspect it would have been a corker. Unfortunately, it didn't. Sadly, somewhere between the descriptions of places, people and food the story slowed to a plod and ran out steam, so that I didn't feel kept on the 'edge of my seat' with suspense but left wondering when we were going to get to the real adventure.
By the time I got to the end of the story not only was I bewildered but I also left feeling unsatisfied by the lack of real paced adventure, a bit like having a nibble and a sip instead of being well fed and watered. I would describe Beneath an Opal Moon as swords and sorcery with a strong oriental, martial arts flavour.
It has also the standard early Lustbader ingredients of well-drawn descriptions of people and places and nobody does violence better but, in terms of a pacey adventure, this book left me wanting. After taking to the sea bound for a distant island, Ronin battled the storm-tossed waters, searching for the answer to save mankind. As the tide turned towards great evil, We've found that while readers like to know what we think of a book they find additional reader reviews a massive help in deciding if it is the right book for them.
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