Traitor’s Blade by Sebastian de Castell

traitor's bladeRemember when I was reading The Name of the Wind, and I said usually the right book comes exactly when you need it? The same thing happened to me with Traitor’s Blade by Sebastian de Castell. I’d just come off a 2 day binge of the BBC’s Three Musketeers and felt like I needed more. Even though the new season started, one new episode was not enough to sate the hunger. It has been decades since I read The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, so I was about to crack that open and dive in when Shiri, my fellow pen-dueling musketeer said, “You need to read THIS book.” (For Shiri’s review of Traitor’s Blade, drop by the Last Chance Salon, and while you’re there have a listen to the podcast. It’ll be fun for you, I promise.)

Now, onto this book, which, like I said above, was exactly what I wanted to read at the precise time I wished to read it.

Falcio val Mond, the narrator and hero of this tale, has pretty much been through hell, not once, but twice…

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