At the end of the novel, the group of likable rogues defeat all the bad guys despite their overwhelming numbers.
While the book ends on a positive note, the plot leaves a number of threads unresolved. The mystery behind the mysterious band of soldiers is never satisfactory explained. We don't find out who hired them, where they come from or how they got their mysterious magical powers. Nor does the reader get an explanation on why these soldiers, who appear almost invinceable throughout the book, suddenly turn into ordinary, vulnerable troops at the big finale.
Despite these drawbacks, the book is entertaining and Will is pleasant enough lead character.
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