|Devlin's Justice (Sword of Change, Book 3)|
Date: 30 March, 2004 — $5.85 — Book
This book feels as though it should be bigger than it is. Seriously, it felt as though the events of this book should be epic, and yet it mostly focused in on the struggles of Devlin. That worked for the first one but isn't so good in this one, where the forces that moved in the previous books become clear. The kingdom of Jorsk is at risk, yet that feels as though it is a gloss over Devlin's life— and his final confrontation with the mind-sorcerer that has been dogging him throughout the series was so quick, I wondered if it were a trick.
Still a good read, but somewhat weak as a series-ending novel.