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Bone crier's Dawn is the sequel to Bone Crier's Moon as well as the conclusion to this duology.
For centuries the Bone Criers have been ferrying the dead into the afterlife, duty only possible with the powers they gain from sacrificing their amourés the men destined to love them and die. A bit of a slow beginning, but I really did enjoyed this and sad to leave this world behing.
Sabine, Ailesse and Bastien are working really hard to get some things to change and rewrite the rules of the afterlife. As Sabine is struggling to keep controle her family as Matrone, that job was always meant for Ailesse. This one as struggles of her own. She need to avoid the call of the mother's siren song and been drawn to the underworld and freeing her.
Il primo libro, pur se con qualche sbavatura, era interessante: storia originale, personaggi con motivazioni piuttosto approfondite. Tutto ciò si è perso in questo secondo libro: la trama si trascina stancamente senza una direzione ben chiara, i personaggi diventano improvvisamente monotematici, poco interessanti; la storia d'amore principale è stata ridotta a un amore adolescenziale senza profondità, senza maturità. È stata inserita anche una nuova coppia, più che improbabile, buttata lì tanto per non scontentare nessuno... Una vicenda quasi epica, con la presenza di due divinità, risolta con una banalità disarmante, senza approfondimenti. Deludente è dir poco e mi dispiace perché le premesse c'erano tutte per poter creare una storia originale e avvincente.
So finally we can see the rest of Sabine and Ailesse story. These two characters really grew up in this book. Sabine has more doubts about herself but she never stop believing in her sister and trying to do the right thing. Ailesse is much more adult in this book she's not carefree as she used to, but she became a very strong women and star putting others prior then herself. Odiva is a terrible mother and her motives are nonsense. Casimir is one of the best person ever, because no matter what is thrown to him,he tries to see the best of that situation. Bastien became to much attach to Ailesse and his life revolves around her, enough to not pay close attention to his best friends. Overall it's a good ending to these characters and it's a different approach to myths
DNFed this book. I struggled so much trying to get through it but gave up 1/3 of the way through. The first book was ok and it had a unique plot so I was interested enough to keep reading but the second book is just very slow and uninteresting.
Prince Casimir is Ailesse's amoure and she wants to give him a chance at life. Sabine does what she can as matrone and also tries to save Ailesse with the help of Bastien and his friends. The first half of the book seems to be slow and drags on. The second half picks up and that's when all the action happens. An enjoyable plot and great ending that maybe a bit of a tear jerker!