Saba and Jack separate but promise to reunite at the Big Water, a place they have long heard rumored. So Saba and her followers head out across the rugged lands. When she gets word that Jack is in trouble, she sets herself on a mission to save him. There’s a new guy, the Pathfinder, in charge of the bad guys, but then, are they really the bad guys? Sometimes the weak have to be sacrificed for the greater good according to the Pathfinder. The times they are tough and I can’t figure out how Saba has such allure for so many guys. There is nothing new here, just the necessary bridge between the first book and the last. Durned if I can’t stop talkin’ like Saba.
eGalley review Publication date 10.30.12