Many times, when the first book in a series is as good as “Eyes of Crow” was, the reader is disappointed by the succeeding volumes. This is not the case with “Voice of Crow” – if anything it is more powerful, more gripping, than the first book, as the characters grow and mature and are more fully developed by this skillful author.
Now that's what I like to hear. Sophomore slump, be damned!
Read the rest here. In the second paragraph, she gives a wonderful summary of the series in just a few sentences. I may have to steal it....
A-Z Update: "Serve the Servants" (Solo Acoustic version) by Nirvana