Sea Lord

Normally I write the first drafts of my blog posts on the bus, generally between my stop and the second stop at Haymarket Square. Tonight I didn’t. Tonight I spent the time reading the end of Virginia Kantra’s Sea Lord, the concluding volume in her Children of the Sea trilogy.

I’ve been a Virginia Kantra fan for what seems like forever, and I remember when she told me about the series. I could not wait for it to be published…and now it’s published and I’ve read the whole thing, and I’m sad because the first read is over.

There will be re-reads of course. I’m not sure I could bear to finish things if I weren’t a re-reader. It would be agonizing to come to the end of a book, because that would be it. Nothing more after that.

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