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Post by Raluca_Mihaila »

What character made you change your mind about him/her because of their actions?
For instance, I liked Meldorath at the beginning, but at the end of this book I have other favorite characters.
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Hans- before, I thought he was just a sad little boy acting out through his actions.
Now,I see him as a real sociopath, maybe psychopath who loves power and to cause trouble .


Rowan- I used to think he was arrogant, now, I see him as vulnerable.
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Post by naomilupton_98 »

At the start of the series I was neutral towards Meldorath... now I smirk whenever he's mentioned.
Hans, I have to agree with @zainherb here - he does have some psychopathic and sociopathic tendencies.
Rowan, underneath his confident and arrogant outer shell, seems to be extremely vulnerable.
Demi, distrustful and antagonistic towards Rowan at first, is now out to ensure his safety.

I loved the character development in this book. Just goes to show that those whom we disliked at first can later become our favorite characters. Very excited to see what the future of Voulhire holds!
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I loved Angela, she embodies what it takes to be a strong women in a male dominated industry, especially military. To think that she is even married is what fascinated me because most times strong women tend to intimate men so they don't marry most of the time.
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Post by Nikowl7 »

King Nartik, I didn't like him at first but now he really seems to care about Voulhire. I like how his character is developing.
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Post by AlphariusRE »

I love Lady Angela! She's a master archer (which in itself is pretty cool for me!) and she leads real soldiers in a society that's been setup in the medeival Europe. So yeah, I think she's my fav character. :D
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