A sequel to "Fifth Quarter"
FROM THE PUBLISHER
Gyhard and Vree have abandoned the Empire for the kingdom of Shkoder, hoping to enlist the bards' aid in finding Gyhard a body of his own. But there are those who have more insidious plans for them--those who will stop at nothing to exact revenge upon Gyhard no matter whose body he's in.
While I would not recommend reading this one as a standalone, the pace and delivery of this book are superior to the first two.
As always, the plotline is intriguing, but this one altogether flows better. If you're a fan of fantasy, Tanya Huff, or both, this is definitely a recommended read - the unique premise, fun fantasy, and delicious danger will entice any fantasy reader.
Recommended for young adults to adults.
The 3rd book in "The Quarters" series, seemed to flow much better than the first two. Unlike the original two, which seemed to slow down in several places, "No Quarter" has a steady pace throughout the book.
The 3rd books involves several of the characters from both the first and the second book. And while it would be beneficial to read the preceding novels, I don't think it's absolutely necessary to read them to know what's going on. Huff does a good job of reminding (or informing) readers of relavent information from the previous books.
The relationships between the characters are balanced. The plot is compelling. The resolution(s) is believable and satisfying.