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   Overall view of this book: It frustrated me, it lacked the magic which really made the first two books, and above all, it did not get me to believe in the story or characters. I wanted to like this book, and I tried really hard to like it. But I found I just could not. (And yet, I still want to read the last two books in the series, for I still hope to find redemption for it as a whole…)   There were elements of what I loved in the first two books here, like interesting takes on magic and a lyricism of the words used to construct the story. In this book though, those elements were mere shadows of what they could have been, and of the precedent set in the first two books. The story had promise and potential – Liva was given her parents’ combined magic for a great destiny which awaited her; the pure aur-magic was being corrupted by and lost because of tehr-magic; and there was a white stone which could draw out and destroy permanently the aur-magic from a being, making them incapable of having, holding, or being affected by magic. All of these elements could have made for a great story, but the story and its execution fell flat for me, and not even the admittedly lackluster final battle and resolution of events could bring it back to life.    I am sure that you could dig in and find deeper meanings and deeper connections to the real world in regards to the Hunter’s philosophy, the opposition of aur-magic and tehr-magic, even the different relationships between Liva, the bear, the hound, Jens, and Tern. However, in my honest opinion, these deeper meanings were brushed by the wayside, not addressed and fleshed out more directly as similar deep ideas in The Princess and the Hound (Hound Saga, #1) and The Princess and the Bear (Hound Saga, #2). And that was another area where this book lost something that had been so strong in previous books: there was not enough deep introspection, nor enough substance to what was there, and the story suffered for it.Now, on to the piecemeal and nitpicking part of my review, where I typed up my thoughts after reading chunks at a time:   First impressions after 49 pages: I’m curious how much time has passed since Richon and Chala (for Liva’s parents being a hound and a bear can only refer to one couple…) took on the wild man’s mission to protect magic in the world, as the human society we have seen so far does not seem much different than what it was during Richon’s reign, or even during Prince George’s time 200 years later. Plus, only now do the bear and the hound seem to be showing signs of age (in their actions as well as, at last, they way they share wisdom with Liva). The hound can only speak in the language of the hounds now, and it is not very clear if the bear can speak in more languages than just that of the bears – I hope Richon at least kept enough aur-magic to be able to speak with Chala! Also, I’m curious about this difference between aur-magic and tehr-magic, how it seems to suddenly be a “thing”, and very clearly different from magic vs unmagic. I do find it somewhat…strange… that the bear would seem to have as negative view of humans as he does, considering he was born a man, and he has seen not only some of the worst of mankind, but also some of the best. What’s more, why would they discourage their daughter from mingling with humans? Does one not need to know one’s opponent/antagonist in order to better fight and resist them?   More impressions: (view spoiler)[Impressions up to page 134: As in my status update, I am not able to buy as easily into this instant love connection between Liva and Jens. It is one thing to have them fall in love at first sight à la fairytales or the precedents set up by the relationships of George & Marit and Richon & Chala (for both of whom the word or association of “love” to their feelings was not applied until well into their courtship/relationships), and another for them to be instantly struck by love and be thinking about it right away, and missing the other person so deeply. It is a method which can work, for the right situations, but between Liva and Jens, I just cannot buy it. It does not fit with the fairytale-style of this series; it does not fit with precedents of slowly burgeoning yet inevitable love; and it feels rather hollow to me – all structure, little substance to back it up, even in Jens’ and Liva’s respective musings about the other person.   On the other hand, I am enjoying the glimpses we get of the bear and the hound, the wisdoms they are imparting to Liva – from the bear’s stories of questionable verity but definite life-lesson value, to the hound’s unique insights on life and living from her time as both a hound and a human. Now, at last, they sound (to me) like they have lived long lives and have matured throughout their time protecting the pure animal magic. They have become wise in its fullest sense. Though … I do wonder about the bear’s rather negative attitude towards humans as of late… but when you live as long as he and the hound have lived, you see just how much humanity has changed over the centuries, and it seems like few of the changes have been for the better. Without the unmagic to taint the world as it originally did before Richon and Chala went back in time, and to be the opposite of the wild/animal magic, instead the wild/animal magic (now referred to as aur-magic) found a new opposite in the corrupted tehr-magic.   Impressions up to page 188: The style is much… choppier than previous books. There is not as much beauty in the language itself, one of the aspects which I really loved about the first two books. There are moments where there is beauty of language, but they are few, and scattered about within the rather mundane text. Plus, the structure of the plot/story itself also does not feel as solid as it could be. It’s more like a child-made lean-to of big branches than a solid carpenter-built house frame.   Final Impressions through to the end: Liva threw just about all of her magic into the Hunter’s eleven men, which left her with barely enough for herself – she had no more aur-magic than the average human after that. Given her parentage, and how they had lived a thousand years (Liva says their love lasted a thousand years – while this could be metaphorical, I doubt she would exaggerate to this extent to make her point – she’s not the exaggerating type, she’s the flat truth-type), and even with having lost some of her magic to the white stone knife in her chest (I have issues with that too… a whole knife, in her chest, and she’s walking around still fighting? But I digress…), it seems to me like she should have more magic than she does. Unless, of course, her parents’ magic had already been on the wane when she was born, and she did not receive a “full” inheritance. I don’t know, it just seems her magic level was hyped up more than it was. Though I admit, it could partially be to blame that she compared her level of magic to that of the snowbird’s, which was so much greater than hers. But still, it just did not seem like the magic she performed was really to a level of a “great magic” like Prince George had used, or even the wild man, or even presumably her parents over their very long lifespans. It was very anti-climactic.   Then there was still the whole relationship between her and Jens…I’m just grateful that they held off on marriage until about a year had passed, even though I still could not quite buy into their love. It helped that they fought the Hunter side by side – after a fashion, that is – and that they spent a year’s worth of courtship, seeing each other for anywhere from a few hours to a full day at a time. But I was still not sold on their love for each other, not in any way. It was still more insta-love than fairytale love in my opinion. And I’m not even going to go into Liva’s motherly-but-I’m-too-young-to-be-his-mother feelings for Tern. Nor how as soon as the Hunter was gone, suddenly aur-magic was okay. Or how his son, Dofin, had been working against him - though there were no real indications of what he was actually doing to work against the Hunter - and once the Hunter was gone, became a leader and called himself Duke. It seemed like that last bit about Dofin was just to set up something, a conflict to be continued at a later time (there had not been a king in the north for a time, but Liva is a princess, and well, a duke is someone of nobility... Basically, this book could have used some serious editorial guidance - it was more of a middle draft than a final draft ready for publication. (hide spoiler)]
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