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Book Review: Cast in Fury, by Michelle Sagara

This is the fourth in the series. Kaylin remains obnoxious, dense, unthinking, and poorly comported. As in the last book, this one focuses on one of the non-humanoid races (the Leontine). While there are no elementals, there is definitely a solid reach back into the past three books.

It takes a village to raise a child - in fear or in love. It takes but one evil to destroy that same child if he has no love to grasp from within the darkness.

The book was frustrating, circular, and tense, just like the last three. The book was long, involved, and stubborn.

It was fantastic.
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