Or, Waylander III. It was good to meet Dakeyras again, but while certainly not boring, the novel is just a thriller with little else to it. In Waylander, the story was a background for small psychological studies and moral/philosophical conundrums, with several characters (at least almost) as important as the main anti-hero; to a lesser extent this was still true about Waylander II: In the Realm of the Wolf. This book is simply a heroic fantasy with but a few sketches put in so that it’s not all completely black and white.
‘What happened to him?’
He shrugged. ‘I don’t know. Perhaps he is happy somewhere, perhaps he is dead.’