Betrayal – Fiona McIntosh

Book One of the Trinity Trilogy (also a semi-review of the rest of the trilogy)

A complex plot which holds the readers attention until the last page (and through books 2 and 3), however this is counteracted by the repetitive language – things which are intended to be subtle hints (or what I think should be subtle hints) aren’t. In addition some characters seem to serve no real purpose than to provide a constant side-plot throughout the trilogy.


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