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Dictable And when he offers to take on Alec as his apprentice Luck in MOBI #224 things may never be the same for either of them Soon Alec is traveling roads he never knew existed toward a war he never suspected was brewing Before long he and Se 375This was harder than normal to read I read this pretty slowly I finally got faster at reading this at around page 400 Two main characters Seregil and Alec It s not duo perspective Different characters can also be the main voice at any point in the story but Seregil and Alec are the most commonly used ones There are 4 gods There are wizards Also there are these mysterious discs It ended on a cliffhanger the 1st two books are linked I think so I ll probably read the next one because I m invested in the characters and I like the action scenesIt s one of those books that I m glad I read for the experience but I don t love it and it took me 6 days not reading at all for 1 day to finish which really pissed me off Too much setting description for me The worldbuilding is very good but I can t remember a lot of it because I had such a hard time with the description for the longest time I think some of the less important scenes could have been skimmed over and replaced by actionI heard about this because it was written in the 90s but has a gay romance This book has very very little romance so if your looking for that it s probably in the 2nd book Maybe 2% and it s just hints at a future romance I was obsessed with it though I love extremely subtle romance friends to lovers

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Regil are embroiled in a sinister plot that runs deeper than either can imagine and that may cost them far than their lives if they fail But fortune is as unpredictable as Alec’s new mentor and this time there just might beLuck in the Shadows It s as if this book was written just for me It s the perfect swashbuckling mystery solving roguish adventure wherein the main characters are bisexual Although that is for Alecs part not revealed until later Thank you Lynn for this revelation of a book It s the story of Alec who is saved from prison and certain death by dashing Seregil who takes him on as an apprentice What exactly it is Seregil does is a little unclear to Alec It s safest to say he does a little bit of everything and soon Alec will too Soon the world is no longer the woods he s known all his life It s court intrigues it s murder and conspiracies it s parties and thieving it s a world of magic possibility and impossible heroics In its simplest form it s Alecs coming of age story But it s also a brilliant heartbursting adventure with magic corruption betrayal and dark secrets waiting to end the world as they know it And I loved every goddamn word I loved the unassuming simple depiction of very complex relationships If there s one thing in this world I truly appreciate it s loyalty And not loyalty that is bought with money but loyality bought with love Loyality that grows out of shared pain shared experience and endless eternal love Loyalty born of friendship a loyalty that cannot be broken however much the world conspires Alec is thrown into a group of people who trust each other completely And instead of treating him with distrust or apprehension they greet him as a friend They trust him too Alec has proven his worth after Seregil unwittingly puts his life in his hands and having carried the fragile lifeblood of another person safely into healing arms having saved him from death Alec becomes one of them It was both a book that hinted at so much at dark hungry gods plotting to end the world and a book that had a self contained story of a plot against the ueen Both were supported by incredibly steady excellent worldbuilding In this Lynn Flewelling doesn t hesitate With sure deft hands she crafts a world with history pantheon and society I completely and utterly believed Most of the details were relayed through stories told from Seregil to Alec which was a clever way to do it and left no weird awkward interruptions from the authorMost of all I applauded and relished in a world of such diversity It could use a little racial diversity but in terms of sexuality and gender it was fucking fantastical Women had power they were never confined to the kitchens nor to get married or sleep with only men Alec is from a place with a less tolerant society but in the bigger cities and free thinking regions you can be who you are Which is so refreshing To read a book where these things are not gingerly approached and kept on the sidelines but thrown directly in there and done so expertly without making the story about it The characters simply are that way while adventure happens to them This is just a perfect book Whenever I wasn t reading it I was thinking about it Now that I m no longer reading it I m still thinking about it And I can t wait to continue with the series That there are seven books in all should probably overwhelm me but it just makes me excited So much of this world to see so many adventures to have Sometimes you get so stupidly unbelievably lucky With this book I did

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When young Alec of Kerry is taken prisoner for a crime he didn’t commit he is certain that his life is at an end But one thing he never expected was his cellmate Spy rogue thief and noble Seregil of Rhiminee is many things–none of them pre LOve LOVE this book It s a great adventure fantasy book in the old tradition of escaping baddies and looming dark magic I love the relationships as well There s a connection between 2 male characters that I believe may turn romantic in the subseuent books but honestly it s so great and subtle and TRUE to them that wherever it goes I will be into it and I wouldn t label it Gay persay like say Melisure which I love as well Definitely picking up books 2 and 3 in the trilogy damn Kindle for not converting older books faster


10 thoughts on “Luck in the Shadows

  1. says:

    LOve LOVE this book It's a great adventure fantasy book in the old tradition of escaping baddies and looming dark magic I love the relationships as well There's a connection between 2 male characters that I believe may turn romantic in the subseuent books but honestly it's so great and subtle and TRUE to them that wherever it goes I will be into it and I wouldn't label it Gay persay like say Melisure which I love as well Definitely picking

  2. says:

    💪 We are the Fearless MacHalos and we don't Only Read UF Crap we Read Fantasy Crap Too Buddy Read WatFMawdORUCwRFCTBR™ 💪💀 DNF at 50% Because zzz➽ Serial DNFing Mode SDM™ engaged Crap damn bloody shrimping hell I have not one bu

  3. says:

    Rating 35 of fiveWINKING THERE IS WINKING When did the w verb infect our literary landscape When did this cheesy

  4. says:

    ”Luck in the shadows; you don’t uestion it you just give thanks and pray it doesn’t run out”Luck in the Shadows fits perfectly into the classic fantasy shelf Sadly it does not have any added value It has plenty of removed value thoughEnter Seregil a noble a spy a lover of luxury and a representative of a mysterious people with a tragic past Meet Alec apparently a simple boy slowly pulled by Seregil into a world where nothi

  5. says:

    An excellent tale with an unconventional hero

  6. says:

    375This was harder than normal to read I read this pretty slowly I finally got faster at reading this at around page 400 Two main characters Seregil and Alec It's not duo perspective Different characters can also be the main voice at any point in the story but Seregil and Alec are the most commonly used ones There are 4 gods There are wizards Also there are these mysterious discs It ended on a cliffhanger the 1st two

  7. says:

    One thing I want to say before I launch into a summaryreview the main characters are not gay; they're bisexual Both of them express interest in and have relationships with women It's a silly thing to get nitpicky about but I do On with busin

  8. says:

    It's as if this book was written just for me It's the perfect swashbuckling mystery solving roguish adventure wherein the main char

  9. says:

    I've noted before about some books that they can be very hard to rate This is another It opens up and catches the interest drawing you in The story is well constructed and pretty obviously setting up a long saga The thing is that there are times that the story grinds down to almost a halt If you've read any of

  10. says:

    This was my first time reading Lynn Flewelling's books and I was uickly drawn into the story The mix of sword and sorcery with classic fantasy troupes means that this feels like coming home for me and the characters instantly felt like I could connect with then and as if I was able to sympathise with their struggles I also love the fact that this book hints at and even explicitly states that there are homosexual and bisexual chara

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