CHARACTERS ó The Floating City Shadow Master #2

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CHARACTERS ó The Floating City Shadow Master #2 à ❮EPUB❯ ✻ The Floating City Shadow Master #2 ✶ Author Craig Cormick – Connecfloor.co.uk The Floating City is in turmoil The magical seers who protect it are being killed by fearsome Djinn that rise out of the canals at night Members of the city’s CouRe New power blocks are battling for control of the cityAnd the three Montecchi daughters Giuliette Disdemona and Isabella are struggling with love and loss – and trying to write their own destinies And moving amongst them all is the mysterious and deadly Shadow Master who seems to be directing everyone like players in a game But some things in this game may be beyond even his control.

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  • Brittain *Needs a Nap and a Drink*

    CHARACTERS ó The Floating City Shadow Master #2 The Floating City Shadow Master #2Book provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewI'm so confused So so so so confusedFull review to come when I've comprehended some of this


  • Yzabel Ginsberg

    CHARACTERS ó The Floating City Shadow Master #2 The Floating City Shadow Master #2 I received a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewLast year I read the first installment of this series The Shadow Master I liked it and found it really confusing at the same time I'd say that things are a little similar here but that knowing the works that the author plays with Romeo Juliet The Merchant of Venice Othello helps in guessing a few things and being misled when it comes to others in a good way I could both anticipate and still be surprised in the endThis novel is intricate than the first one since it weaves the stories of the three Montecchi sisters along with those of the Shadow Master and Vincenzo a young scribe with a strange power of making events happen differently by rewriting them a really powerful ability in its own right These retellings from Shakespeare's plays—and from the tales that inspired them—were fairly interesting close enough yet also subtly different with


  • Tiara

    CHARACTERS ó The Floating City Shadow Master #2 The Floating City Shadow Master #2TL;DR Review3 stars but I am still so confusedMore reviews The BiblioSanctumLonger Review Full Disclosure A review copy of this book was provided to me by Angry Robot via Netgalley I would like to thank the author the publisher and Netgalley for providing me this opportunity All opinions expressed from here forward are my ownThis is very different from its predecessor The only thing that has stayed the same is the Shadow Master himself The Shadow Master is far from the Walled City in a place called the Floating City Venice basically The city is being besieged by an enemy that sends monsters in the water who attack the powerful people living in the city such as the seers who are magicians with immense power The story begins with the writer Vincenzo who is torn as to whether he should writ


  • Jasper

    CHARACTERS ó The Floating City Shadow Master #2 The Floating City Shadow Master #2Originally posted at year Craig Cormick published his first venture into the fantasy genre The Shadow Master which was an exciting Alterna


  • Anthonia

    CHARACTERS ó The Floating City Shadow Master #2 The Floating City Shadow Master #2This book was good but it needed some work on building characters in this story The characters left me feeling flat like they really had no substance It needs work


  • Augustus

    CHARACTERS ó The Floating City Shadow Master #2 The Floating City Shadow Master #2Weaving some of the stories that are familiar to us from Shakespeare into a magical re imagining of Venice to produce a multi layered fantasyA lovely collection of characters and a smattering of misuoted Shakespeare lines make for an enjoyable sometimes funny tale Just spoiled a little by too many impossible escapes and happeningsIt might be fantasy but it has to be believable


  • Michelle Hauck

    CHARACTERS ó The Floating City Shadow Master #2 The Floating City Shadow Master #2I'm not sure what to make of this story The author takes three of Shakespeare's famous plays and makes the heroines into sisters and sets them into the same time and place a Floating City Venice So we have Disdemona Isabella and Giulietta The city is protected by four sets of seers but a murderous beast in the waters is killing the seers and slowly sinking the city Meanwhile there's a whole political spying infighting going on with assassins taking down the city councilMuch of the plot follows the plot of the Shakespeare plays Giulietta has her forbidden romance with Romeo Disdemona loves her Moor but he is beguiled and befuddled by the lying Ipato It borrows from the plays so closely at times that I knew exactly what would happen nextAnd mixed in between everything and everyone is the Shadow Master apparently trying to h


  • S.J. Garland

    CHARACTERS ó The Floating City Shadow Master #2 The Floating City Shadow Master #2I like a bit of fantasy mixed in with my historical drama and so I was really looking forward to reading The Floating City by Craig Cormack I have to say it was a hard slog for me to get into the story but the characters and their personal plights finally drew me in about a third of the way through Perhaps there was just a bit too much bouncing around in the first section for me to become attached to any of the storylinesFor me I think the big problem was the Shakespeare references to many of the storylines The use of Shakespearean tragedies to tell the tale of the floating city or Venice by my reckoning provides each person with a whole set of characteristics with little intervention from the author I felt myself feeling disconnected from each of them as I thought I knew what was going to happen If you enjoy the angst and machinations of Othello and Romeo and Juliet this is the book for youThe Venet


  • Angela Burkhead

    CHARACTERS ó The Floating City Shadow Master #2 The Floating City Shadow Master #2I'm not incredibly sure what to write about this book so I'll just start typing until I get out what I'm trying to sayThe Floating City is a Shakespearean Fantasy yeah that sounds right The story is a mixture of Shakespeare's greatest tragedy's to which we all know the ending all happening within the Floating City that is facing its greatest challengeThe city is sinking into the deep waters below being attack by their enemies the Othmen who continue to send powerful creatures of evil to destroy the council members holding the city afloat Th


  • Johnno

    CHARACTERS ó The Floating City Shadow Master #2 The Floating City Shadow Master #2What a great read I loved this book and I particularly liked the way the author took the three 'Shakespeare' plots and wove them together into something new Though I think a lot of the other reviewers have missed the point that the author didn't actually use Shakespeare's p