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The Winter Knights ➾ The Winter Knights Free ➵ Author Paul Stewart – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk uint Verginix has enrolled as a suire in the Knight’s Academy After his training he will be able to pilot stormchaser sky ships into the heart of Great Storms and retrieve the solidified lightning uint Verginix has enrolled as a suire in the Knight’s Academy After his training he will be able to pilot stormchaser sky ships into the heart of Great Storms and retrieve the solidified lightning – stormphrax – to weigh down the floating rock on which Sanctaphrax is built But as a freezing winter takes hold and the city strains to break free of its tether ancient feuds threaten to tear its people apartOn his own uint can do nothing to help avert the impending doom But with the help of a band of loyal friends he might just The Winter Kindle - be able to avert disasterThe Winter Knights is the second book of the uint Saga – first trilogy in The Edge Chronicles the internationally best selling fantasy series which has featured on the UK and the New York Times best seller lists and sold than million copies There are now titles and four trilogies in the series but each book is a stand alone adventure so you can read The Edge Chronicles in any order you choose.

  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • The Winter Knights
  • Paul Stewart
  • English
  • 02 February 2015
  • 9780552569637

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10 thoughts on “The Winter Knights

  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The Winter Knights The Edge Chronicles #8 The uint Saga #2 Paul Stewart Chris RiddellShortly after the events of The Curse of the Gloamglozer uint enrolls in the Knight's Academy one of Sanctaphrax's many prestigious schools that unlike the others which all specialise in the study of a certain kind of weather trains its pupils to become Knights Academic Brave and intrepid individuals Knights Academic pilot specially designed 'stormchaser' sky ships into the heart of Great Storms to retrieve the solidified lightning stormphrax they produce This occupation is extremely hazardous but also vital as stormphrax becomes dramatically heavier in darkness and is used to weigh down the floating rock upon which Sanctaphrax is builtuint has a miniature portrait of himself painted to be affixed to the hilt of his sword as is traditional for those entering the Knight's Academy but as the portrait is completed funeral bells toll through the city signifying the death of Linius Pallitax from injuries he sustained in the fire that destroyed the Palace of Shadows uint is left without a future as Linius was to sponsor him through the Academy After Linius's funeral the twin Professors of Light and Darkness are pronounced the new Most High Academes of Sanctaphrax and the Professor of Light becomes uint's new sponsor while the Professor of Darkness sponsors an Undertown knife grinder Vil Spatweed who repaired and returned a telescope of his and has taken on the academic name Vilnix Pompolnius uint and Vilnix begin their studies at the Knight's Academy and uint befriends fellow apprentice Belphinius 'Phin' Mendellix and lowly grey goblin forge servant Stope As a freezing winter descends upon Sanctaphrax and Undertown uint progresses through the 'Lower Halls' of the academy creating a model skyship learning the make up of a Knight Academic's armour from aged Hall Master Philius Embertine and being paired with a prowlgrin in the Hall of Grey Cloud He develops an enmity with Vilnix who is arrogant and cruel which he attempts to repair by helping Vilnix care for his mistreated prowlgrin but ultimately concretes when he accidentally incriminates Vilnix in the prowlgrin's abuse leading to Vilnix being struck with a crop uint and Phin befriend Upper Halls suire Raffix 'Raff' Emilius and uint also keeps up letter correspondence with Maris who was orphaned after her father's death and is now in the care of miserly and cruel relatives Heft and Dacia Vespius in Undertownتاریخ خوانش روز بیست و چهارهم ماه فوریه سال 2016میلادیعنوان شبهای زمستانی کتاب دوم از حماسه کوینت کتاب هشتم لبه تاریخ؛ نویسندگان پل استوارت؛ چریس ریدل؛اندکی پس از رویدادهای کتاب «نفرین گلومکلوزر»، «کوینت» در آکادمی «نایت»، که یکی از مدارس معتبر «سنکتاپراکس» است، ثبت نام میکند، برخلاف سایر موارد، که همه در مطالعه نوعی آب و هوا، تخصص ویژه دارند، آکادمی، شاگردان خود را آموزش میدهند، تا به «شوالیه آکادمیک» آسمانها تبدیل شوند؛ و؛ تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 25051399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

  2. Charlotte May Charlotte May says:

    35 ⭐️I've been thoroughly enjoying working my way through The Edge Chronicles universe This particular segment reintroduces us to uint where he has managed to get himself a place in the Knight's Academy to train on the elite floating rock of Santaphrax Santaphrax and Undertown are suffering the worst Winter ever and all the Academy are struggling to work out why Stormchaser's go out in their ships to find Stormphrax but are all destroyedMeanwhile there is trouble in the Academy The feud between Earth Scholars and Sky Scholars is rife as ever even despite all the Earth Scholars being booted out Everyone is afraid they will be thrown out next These books are exciting without being too overwhelming the world building is immersive without too much info dumping Each book can be read as a separate adventure so there's no pressureOverall I really recommend these books

  3. Sanaa Sanaa says:

    5 Stars This book was so fantastic It may actually be my favorite in the series so far I loved seeing uint go through the Knights Academy and I particularly loved the action packed ending I also really liked uint's overall character development though I wish we could have seen of Maris If you love uniue uirky darker middle grade fantasy books then this series is certainly for you I cannot wait to read the final book in this trilogy Also I just wanted to say that the epilogue of this book where you find out the back story for one of the characters in the Twig trilogy was so intriguing

  4. Connor Connor says:

    Okay so I love the Edge and the world I really liked this book but there is something about the main characters of all of these books that is not my absolute favorite A lot of the problems would have been solved if uint wasn't a terrible friend to Maris And he's also a little similar to Rook where he's conveniently missing from the most intense things that happen in the plot

  5. Lauren Lauren says:

    There are some things I like a lot about this book so two stars seems a bit harsh but its negative ualities are just so much prominent and horribleSo first of all the sexism in these books is becoming so much blatant There are almost no major female characters in the entire series and I thought finally that problem might be somewhat alleviated with the uint Trilogy giving us Maris but no the authors apparently just shove her offscreen and forget about her for most of the book They explain this by essentially having the main character do the same thing which honestly comes off as really unforgivable Maybe this feels natural if you're reading them in publication order but coming into this having just reread Curse Of The Gloamglozer makes it seem like they set up this trilogy with two protagonists and then immediately axed one of them I ended up kind of hating uint before I finished the book because of how little he cares about Maris By the end of it it's clear that she's kind of in love with him no surprise since it's a forgone conclusion if you've read the Twig Trilogy first but throughout most of the book his solo adventures are apparently too exciting for him to even bother to go see her She writes to him early on to tell him that basically her life is an awful abusive nightmare which is something he then does nothing about Not only that but it isn't even mentioned again for another 150 pages or soReally the whole plotline with the letters was incredibly upsetting and not necessarily just in an intentional way I actually had to skip some of them because they made me want to cry Maybe this book was not written for abused girls to read More likely I think such people's existence was never even thought of Given the emphasis on the constant death danger and treachery of the Edgeworld I can understand why the authors might have wanted to include some personal emotional trauma but I don't know why they thought it was an appropriate way to keep the only major female character out of the action for most of the book or why they apparently didn't feel it was important enough to even merit uint's attentionI honestly expected to enjoy the romance subplot in this trilogy because as I said the Edge Chronicles is all constant sadness and death Although I loved them as a child and remember them well now I find myself wondering if I would actually let my children read these books They're a thrilling adventure but the constant and horrific violence which really comes to a crescendo near the end of this book doesn't seem to be balanced enough It ends up coming off less as a darker adventure story and like Game Of Thrones For Kids It can at times feel like the characters live in a world of abject misery and terror There is some desperate need for a lasting joy and levity for the main characters which I thought a love story would be the perfect way to provide While this subplot wasn't necessarily very prominent or well written in Curse Of The Gloamglozer it was definitely at least cute And knowing that in the end the two characters get together and have a child together leaves a lot of potential to show us how they got there that never ended up being explored in this book at all From the Twig Trilogy to here the uestion of Maris's existence never seems to be one the authors assume the readers will be interested inThat was however at least one of the things I liked about this book in general getting to see the backstory of the characters from the Twig Trilogy The enmity between uint and Vilnix provides a nice connection to the other books whatever order you choose to read them in and the origin of Screedius Tollinix especially was a nice touchIn general all the greatest ualities of the Edge Chronicles are with worldbuilding Everything from the maps to the illustrations to the names of characters and the intricate details of the various cultures is both clearly well thought through and so uniuely weird The Winter Knights really goes into a lot of detail about the society of Sanctaphrax that the other books haven't and that's definitely where it shines the most The Knights Academy can feel a little bit knock off Hogwarts y but there's enough peculiar touches to turn it into something fascinating on its ownSome of my favourite parts of these books are always the bits where the fundamental workings of the Edgeworld mythology are revealed moments like the details of Stormphrax in Stormchaser or the origins of life on the Edge in Midnight Over Sanctaphrax of which there were a lot in the previous book so that was something that felt missing through most of this one But then in the last twenty pages out of nowhere we get something completely outside the scope of this story so that was a pleasant surprise that made the ending really feel satisfyingAll in all this might be my least favourite of the Edge Chronicles books so far but it does still have at least some of the ualities that make the others so great If a reader isn't too bothered or upset by the Maris plotline or lack thereof and the gory brutality I think there is something here to enjoy They just kind of ruined it for me

  6. Alec Chu Alec Chu says:

    After entering Sanctaphrax this book continues with uint's journey of becoming a sky knight Although this book explores a very different side of the edge through its schools and society by doing so it makes the edge an even complete worldI enjoyed this book though I think that there is much to be improved Mainly that the book seemed too short and compact to contain the amount of action Detailed Review Below What I liked about this bookI love books that take a healthy interest in explaining how the society is run And this book does an exceptional job documenting how the people of high academe suires and even the undertown folks feel about each other I also loved the details about the schools I guess it's the dream of many children to attend fantastical schools set on exotic worlds hence the popular Hogwarts And this school provides a brighter side to Sanctaphrax than the previous book which only tells of boring repetitive lectures I especially enjoyed reading about his first class designing model stormchasers reminded me of middle school when I built cars out of wooden bricksThe story also brings up many characters found later in the Twig trilogy Screedius among them oh if they only knew what fate awaitsWhere the book surprised meThe ending of the book was so different from the usual actions supplied by the edge that I was slightly taken back at how violent it was oh I have nothing against violence but the change in tone was uite a shock However a violent ending was indeed where all the bottled resentments and schemes of the book might head This violence not only signaled the resolution it also underlined a serious problem for all edge citizens and that being hysteria An unwavering faith towards sky academia that purged earth scholars and the audacity to send knight scholars chasing after death The hysteria is a strong and powerful toolWhat I disliked about the bookContinuing the line of thought Although hysteria makes for interesting interactions between societies it doesn't bode well when designing characters I found Vilnix to be wonderfully snide and distasteful but that was it His character was uite linear and flat making his schemes easy to understand but without much depth The same could be told of most other characters that they seemed to be goodbad for the sake of being goodbadThe plot was also slow at the beginning with the description of classes overshadowing the weather anomaly And as plans become to unveil and strains tested everything blew up at once I enjoyed the plot very much but the ending seemed too hasty to meSo here it is I liked what this book offers to the edge but it reads like a supplement of the world rather than an adventure on school grounds However knowing where the story must go I still look forward to the next book

  7. Sanja_Sanjalica Sanja_Sanjalica says:

    45A great seuel of the series half a point less for not having enough Maris in it The focus shifted on uint entirely and the inner workings of the Academy and other levels I liked the new characters and the story development was really interesting and uite unpredictable at times Can't wait to read the next one

  8. LandmineCat LandmineCat says:

    I enjoyed it but not as much as book 1 The academy was an interesting setting and definitely something I'm drawing a lot of inspiration from for one of my DD worlds Following paragraph has minor spoilers only but hidden just to be safe view spoiler One thing that bothered me was that Maris was relegated to a minor character for much of the story I realise it is the uint Trilogy but I enjoyed it while they were essentially co protagonists than when it was all about him With Maris set aside for much of the story the lack of female characters was extra noticeable The society of Sanctaphrax presented is cut throat elitist and all these deep flaws and tensions are part of what make it interesting but I feel that if sexism isn't highlighted amongst those flaws then there is no purpose to writing the academy as men only The petty or violent rivalries serve a purpose as it enables the plot to involve dramatic personal tensions between characters The elitism serves purpose because it sets up the narrative of sky scholars and earth scholars hating each other The selfish backstabbing nature of the culture serves purpose because it enables the plot to cover the lack of trust and sudden betrayals The fact that only males can be knights and scholars serves no purpose as the only thing it contibutes to the plot is that there are no women around At no point is it condemned or used as a source of tension or character development aside from a line or two in book one where Maris thinks her father spends attention on uint than on her because she's a girl Unsurprisingly she is back in the story by the end of the book and I'm looking forward to whatever the third might contain hide spoiler

  9. Jacky Jacky says:

    Oooooh I loved the Knights Academy and all of uint's new friends I just hope I'll get to see them again Super excited to read the last book of uint

  10. Connor Connor says:

    Loved it

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10 thoughts on “The Winter Knights

  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The Winter Knights The Edge Chronicles #8 The uint Saga #2 Paul Stewart Chris RiddellShortly after the events of The Curse of the Gloamglozer uint enrolls in the Knight's Academy one of Sanctaphrax's many prestigious schools that unlike the others which all specialise in the study of a certain kind of weather trains its pupils to become Knights Academic Brave and intrepid individuals Knights Academic pilot specially designed 'stormchaser' sky ships into the heart of Great Storms to retrieve the solidified lightning stormphrax they produce This occupation is extremely hazardous but also vital as stormphrax becomes dramatically heavier in darkness and is used to weigh down the floating rock upon which Sanctaphrax is builtuint has a miniature portrait of himself painted to be affixed to the hilt of his sword as is traditional for those entering the Knight's Academy but as the portrait is completed funeral bells toll through the city signifying the death of Linius Pallitax from injuries he sustained in the fire that destroyed the Palace of Shadows uint is left without a future as Linius was to sponsor him through the Academy After Linius's funeral the twin Professors of Light and Darkness are pronounced the new Most High Academes of Sanctaphrax and the Professor of Light becomes uint's new sponsor while the Professor of Darkness sponsors an Undertown knife grinder Vil Spatweed who repaired and returned a telescope of his and has taken on the academic name Vilnix Pompolnius uint and Vilnix begin their studies at the Knight's Academy and uint befriends fellow apprentice Belphinius 'Phin' Mendellix and lowly grey goblin forge servant Stope As a freezing winter descends upon Sanctaphrax and Undertown uint progresses through the 'Lower Halls' of the academy creating a model skyship learning the make up of a Knight Academic's armour from aged Hall Master Philius Embertine and being paired with a prowlgrin in the Hall of Grey Cloud He develops an enmity with Vilnix who is arrogant and cruel which he attempts to repair by helping Vilnix care for his mistreated prowlgrin but ultimately concretes when he accidentally incriminates Vilnix in the prowlgrin's abuse leading to Vilnix being struck with a crop uint and Phin befriend Upper Halls suire Raffix 'Raff' Emilius and uint also keeps up letter correspondence with Maris who was orphaned after her father's death and is now in the care of miserly and cruel relatives Heft and Dacia Vespius in Undertownتاریخ خوانش روز بیست و چهارهم ماه فوریه سال 2016میلادیعنوان شبهای زمستانی کتاب دوم از حماسه کوینت کتاب هشتم لبه تاریخ؛ نویسندگان پل استوارت؛ چریس ریدل؛اندکی پس از رویدادهای کتاب «نفرین گلومکلوزر»، «کوینت» در آکادمی «نایت»، که یکی از مدارس معتبر «سنکتاپراکس» است، ثبت نام میکند، برخلاف سایر موارد، که همه در مطالعه نوعی آب و هوا، تخصص ویژه دارند، آکادمی، شاگردان خود را آموزش میدهند، تا به «شوالیه آکادمیک» آسمانها تبدیل شوند؛ و؛ تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 25051399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

  2. Charlotte May Charlotte May says:

    35 ⭐️I've been thoroughly enjoying working my way through The Edge Chronicles universe This particular segment reintroduces us to uint where he has managed to get himself a place in the Knight's Academy to train on the elite floating rock of Santaphrax Santaphrax and Undertown are suffering the worst Winter ever and all the Academy are struggling to work out why Stormchaser's go out in their ships to find Stormphrax but are all destroyedMeanwhile there is trouble in the Academy The feud between Earth Scholars and Sky Scholars is rife as ever even despite all the Earth Scholars being booted out Everyone is afraid they will be thrown out next These books are exciting without being too overwhelming the world building is immersive without too much info dumping Each book can be read as a separate adventure so there's no pressureOverall I really recommend these books

  3. Sanaa Sanaa says:

    5 Stars This book was so fantastic It may actually be my favorite in the series so far I loved seeing uint go through the Knights Academy and I particularly loved the action packed ending I also really liked uint's overall character development though I wish we could have seen of Maris If you love uniue uirky darker middle grade fantasy books then this series is certainly for you I cannot wait to read the final book in this trilogy Also I just wanted to say that the epilogue of this book where you find out the back story for one of the characters in the Twig trilogy was so intriguing

  4. Connor Connor says:

    Okay so I love the Edge and the world I really liked this book but there is something about the main characters of all of these books that is not my absolute favorite A lot of the problems would have been solved if uint wasn't a terrible friend to Maris And he's also a little similar to Rook where he's conveniently missing from the most intense things that happen in the plot

  5. Lauren Lauren says:

    There are some things I like a lot about this book so two stars seems a bit harsh but its negative ualities are just so much prominent and horribleSo first of all the sexism in these books is becoming so much blatant There are almost no major female characters in the entire series and I thought finally that problem might be somewhat alleviated with the uint Trilogy giving us Maris but no the authors apparently just shove her offscreen and forget about her for most of the book They explain this by essentially having the main character do the same thing which honestly comes off as really unforgivable Maybe this feels natural if you're reading them in publication order but coming into this having just reread Curse Of The Gloamglozer makes it seem like they set up this trilogy with two protagonists and then immediately axed one of them I ended up kind of hating uint before I finished the book because of how little he cares about Maris By the end of it it's clear that she's kind of in love with him no surprise since it's a forgone conclusion if you've read the Twig Trilogy first but throughout most of the book his solo adventures are apparently too exciting for him to even bother to go see her She writes to him early on to tell him that basically her life is an awful abusive nightmare which is something he then does nothing about Not only that but it isn't even mentioned again for another 150 pages or soReally the whole plotline with the letters was incredibly upsetting and not necessarily just in an intentional way I actually had to skip some of them because they made me want to cry Maybe this book was not written for abused girls to read More likely I think such people's existence was never even thought of Given the emphasis on the constant death danger and treachery of the Edgeworld I can understand why the authors might have wanted to include some personal emotional trauma but I don't know why they thought it was an appropriate way to keep the only major female character out of the action for most of the book or why they apparently didn't feel it was important enough to even merit uint's attentionI honestly expected to enjoy the romance subplot in this trilogy because as I said the Edge Chronicles is all constant sadness and death Although I loved them as a child and remember them well now I find myself wondering if I would actually let my children read these books They're a thrilling adventure but the constant and horrific violence which really comes to a crescendo near the end of this book doesn't seem to be balanced enough It ends up coming off less as a darker adventure story and like Game Of Thrones For Kids It can at times feel like the characters live in a world of abject misery and terror There is some desperate need for a lasting joy and levity for the main characters which I thought a love story would be the perfect way to provide While this subplot wasn't necessarily very prominent or well written in Curse Of The Gloamglozer it was definitely at least cute And knowing that in the end the two characters get together and have a child together leaves a lot of potential to show us how they got there that never ended up being explored in this book at all From the Twig Trilogy to here the uestion of Maris's existence never seems to be one the authors assume the readers will be interested inThat was however at least one of the things I liked about this book in general getting to see the backstory of the characters from the Twig Trilogy The enmity between uint and Vilnix provides a nice connection to the other books whatever order you choose to read them in and the origin of Screedius Tollinix especially was a nice touchIn general all the greatest ualities of the Edge Chronicles are with worldbuilding Everything from the maps to the illustrations to the names of characters and the intricate details of the various cultures is both clearly well thought through and so uniuely weird The Winter Knights really goes into a lot of detail about the society of Sanctaphrax that the other books haven't and that's definitely where it shines the most The Knights Academy can feel a little bit knock off Hogwarts y but there's enough peculiar touches to turn it into something fascinating on its ownSome of my favourite parts of these books are always the bits where the fundamental workings of the Edgeworld mythology are revealed moments like the details of Stormphrax in Stormchaser or the origins of life on the Edge in Midnight Over Sanctaphrax of which there were a lot in the previous book so that was something that felt missing through most of this one But then in the last twenty pages out of nowhere we get something completely outside the scope of this story so that was a pleasant surprise that made the ending really feel satisfyingAll in all this might be my least favourite of the Edge Chronicles books so far but it does still have at least some of the ualities that make the others so great If a reader isn't too bothered or upset by the Maris plotline or lack thereof and the gory brutality I think there is something here to enjoy They just kind of ruined it for me

  6. Alec Chu Alec Chu says:

    After entering Sanctaphrax this book continues with uint's journey of becoming a sky knight Although this book explores a very different side of the edge through its schools and society by doing so it makes the edge an even complete worldI enjoyed this book though I think that there is much to be improved Mainly that the book seemed too short and compact to contain the amount of action Detailed Review Below What I liked about this bookI love books that take a healthy interest in explaining how the society is run And this book does an exceptional job documenting how the people of high academe suires and even the undertown folks feel about each other I also loved the details about the schools I guess it's the dream of many children to attend fantastical schools set on exotic worlds hence the popular Hogwarts And this school provides a brighter side to Sanctaphrax than the previous book which only tells of boring repetitive lectures I especially enjoyed reading about his first class designing model stormchasers reminded me of middle school when I built cars out of wooden bricksThe story also brings up many characters found later in the Twig trilogy Screedius among them oh if they only knew what fate awaitsWhere the book surprised meThe ending of the book was so different from the usual actions supplied by the edge that I was slightly taken back at how violent it was oh I have nothing against violence but the change in tone was uite a shock However a violent ending was indeed where all the bottled resentments and schemes of the book might head This violence not only signaled the resolution it also underlined a serious problem for all edge citizens and that being hysteria An unwavering faith towards sky academia that purged earth scholars and the audacity to send knight scholars chasing after death The hysteria is a strong and powerful toolWhat I disliked about the bookContinuing the line of thought Although hysteria makes for interesting interactions between societies it doesn't bode well when designing characters I found Vilnix to be wonderfully snide and distasteful but that was it His character was uite linear and flat making his schemes easy to understand but without much depth The same could be told of most other characters that they seemed to be goodbad for the sake of being goodbadThe plot was also slow at the beginning with the description of classes overshadowing the weather anomaly And as plans become to unveil and strains tested everything blew up at once I enjoyed the plot very much but the ending seemed too hasty to meSo here it is I liked what this book offers to the edge but it reads like a supplement of the world rather than an adventure on school grounds However knowing where the story must go I still look forward to the next book

  7. Sanja_Sanjalica Sanja_Sanjalica says:

    45A great seuel of the series half a point less for not having enough Maris in it The focus shifted on uint entirely and the inner workings of the Academy and other levels I liked the new characters and the story development was really interesting and uite unpredictable at times Can't wait to read the next one

  8. LandmineCat LandmineCat says:

    I enjoyed it but not as much as book 1 The academy was an interesting setting and definitely something I'm drawing a lot of inspiration from for one of my DD worlds Following paragraph has minor spoilers only but hidden just to be safe view spoiler One thing that bothered me was that Maris was relegated to a minor character for much of the story I realise it is the uint Trilogy but I enjoyed it while they were essentially co protagonists than when it was all about him With Maris set aside for much of the story the lack of female characters was extra noticeable The society of Sanctaphrax presented is cut throat elitist and all these deep flaws and tensions are part of what make it interesting but I feel that if sexism isn't highlighted amongst those flaws then there is no purpose to writing the academy as men only The petty or violent rivalries serve a purpose as it enables the plot to involve dramatic personal tensions between characters The elitism serves purpose because it sets up the narrative of sky scholars and earth scholars hating each other The selfish backstabbing nature of the culture serves purpose because it enables the plot to cover the lack of trust and sudden betrayals The fact that only males can be knights and scholars serves no purpose as the only thing it contibutes to the plot is that there are no women around At no point is it condemned or used as a source of tension or character development aside from a line or two in book one where Maris thinks her father spends attention on uint than on her because she's a girl Unsurprisingly she is back in the story by the end of the book and I'm looking forward to whatever the third might contain hide spoiler

  9. Jacky Jacky says:

    Oooooh I loved the Knights Academy and all of uint's new friends I just hope I'll get to see them again Super excited to read the last book of uint

  10. Connor Connor says:

    Loved it

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