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Reviewed by K.J. Simmill for Readers' Favorite
Onward the group proceeds through the Black Door. Onward in their quest and... around in circles? Surely that can't be right. But that is exactly what is happening. The latest Black Door seems to be a trap, sealing them within a strange labyrinth. Tempers rise and passions stir as they find themselves trapped. But as with all things, this too is a challenge to be overcome, a way to prove themselves of being worthy to journey onward. The Roarrgs possess a 'magic' of the likes this motley crew have never witnessed, strange contraptions, and metal ships capable of flight. They appear to be gracious hosts, but can they be trusted? These beings suggest they can be of help, but their help has a price; a dangerous price.
Daniel J. Strait's Vazdrag is the third book in the Silver Tears series. Nakiata, Shadow of Thought master, has already gathered two other members of the prophecy, and only two remain. Vazdrag picks up from the point where book two finishes. During their latest adventure, you see a shift in the bonds already formed between the three main characters, Nakiata, Ka'tia, and Dravone, and building tension between them. Daniel J. Strait possesses a very direct tell-style narrative which favors explanations, and focuses on world and character building. From beginning to end you see the characters grow, develop, and evolve, not only with skills but on more personal levels too. I noticed the most alteration in Nakiata, and it is a development I will watch with interest. The direction of this particular instalment has taken a more science fiction turn, showing the author's aptitude for cross-genre writing. Action, adventure, trials, and danger await at every turn, along with the hope of new allies, until once more another adventure awaits.