The story gives further depth and breadth to the world, both filling in details of Saramyrrhic history and taking us further afield to such places as the wild continent of Okhamba. The characters also grow, such as Kaiku, forced to quickly master her ability to enter and maniplate the Weave, the fabric of reality.
The Weavers of Saramyr
Although richer and more complex than his novels for children and young adults, Chris Wooding isn't quite skilful enough to avoid having a loss in the clarity of the storytelling as a trade off from this. Personally, I found the level of sex and, to a lesser extent, the violence was a bit too much for me to enjoy it as much as I'd have liked, but your mileage will probably vary on this.
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I think it was probably the cynicism of some of the characters that put me off more than anything--I'm a big softy when it comes to a soppy romance, but when making love is just another weapon in Saramyrrhic politics and intrigues, then I find it something of a turn off. The World According to Anna.
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New Releases. Notify me. Description A richly textured, darkly evocative fantasy set in a beautifully realised fantasy world, the Saramyr trilogy tells the story of an empire that rules over a land being overwhelmed by evil.
An evil that comes from within the empire's centre, a sect of magicians close to the throne intent on killing any child born with magical powers. But now the empress has given birth to just such a child and revolution is brewing. Akin to the works of Robin Hobb, this is a hugely involving fantasy set in a world with an enticing oriental flavour. Other books in this series.