Rogue by Mark Frost
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
It's been a while since the second book came out, but despite the long wait, it was pretty easy to get back into the final entry in this trilogy. Not many people are reading these books, as far as I'm aware, but they're very good for light entertainment. And, while the story often progressed a little too fast and made it incomprehensible at times without at least two re-reads of a page or three at a time, at least Frost doesn't fall into the same stylistic traps as the first two books (Purple Prose and Totally Radical) with nearly the same alarming frequency.
It's too bad there won't be any more in this series, but hopefully Frost will try his hand at this kind of MG/YA borderline writing again sometime. In the meantime, ave atque vale, Paladin Prophecy.
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