Confessions of a Bookworm

Traitor's Moon - Lynn Flewelling This book doesn't have the amount of action its predecessors did, but in spite of that, I love it just as much as I did Luck in the Shadows and Stalking Darkness. Maybe even more. There's so much insight into Seregil's character and his past, and for anyone who loves Seregil as much as I do, it's a real treat. Addad to that, some of the moments between him and Alec just made my heart melt.

This book also gave me a greater appreciation for Beka and Thero, two characters I already enjoyed but hadn't quite fallen in love with yet. I'm glad to have gotten to see more of them, and everyone else as well.

I have a feeling this book (this whole series, really, but this book especially) will be going on my re-read shelf in no time at all. :D