Cephraels Hand: A Pattern of Shadow & Light Book One
There is so much in this world that it would be a great RPG setting to play in!
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So I would give the first book a read. Let us know what you think about the series after you finish. Be a player not the piece is my recommendation. I was able to read the third book - that is about to hit Amazon. Fun read and some interesting turns that I didn't see coming - at all. I have read the first two books in this series and was definitely entertained!
The author really pulled me into the universe she created with great storytelling. I have recommended to several others and they have all thanked me. You won't be disappointed!
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If you like Steven Erikson, then you should read Glen Cook. He is the father of the gritty fantasy niche imo http: I've never read Cephrael's Hand, so I can't help you there. There's also the Coldfire Trilogy by C. Both of those are older but excellent and don't get enough love these days. I had forgotten about the Codex Alera series.
I think read the first one when it first came out and loved it. I tend to buy two books at a time and must have also gotten really into another series right after. I'm off to Amazon.
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The cast of characters, once I got everyone straight, provided excellent perspectives on the progression of the story, and as I read and the parallel plots wove together, the relationships — be they familial or adversarial — became clearer and clearer for me. McPhail did a good job putting me into the heads of her different POV characters, making me wonder about them, root for them, shake my head at them, and most importantly, want to know what happens to them next.
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