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The towers of Niankan Siol soared skywards all blue and gold and glass seeming as light as air Walkways weightless and swaying threaded between the pinnacles and spires while winged creatures and air transports flitted and looped among the glittering heights


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    Darker than the Storm is the fifth in the Blackbird series It's set between the second and third books but as it's a self contained story I think you could read this without having read the other books This book tells the story of Ashurek after he has settled down on Ikonus with his wife Silvren and their daughter Mellorn Ikonus is a peaceful planet but Ashurek finds himself restless Overcome with a strong feeling of depression he breaks the law of Ikonus and opens a way to Jhensit another planet He is found out and as punishment Gregardreos the high master of Iknous sends him to set to investigate the odd energy that Jhensit is emittingAshurek lands on Jhensit in a city split into two Nianken Pel is the main city Nianken Siol is a city above the city a glittering place of blue glass where the ruling class live They are the Siol and they have enslaved the Pel the people of Nianken Pel and persecuted them for their religious beliefsBlaming the Pel for all their problems the Siol are ignoring the real problem Jhensit is a planet slowly being consumed by a maelstrom a corrupt energy that warps the land and creates monstrous creatures Ashurek only wants to observe and take back information to Ikonus but he finds himself unwillingly drawn into the conflict He must face up to his past and make moral choices as he tries to save Jhensit from being destroyedAshurek was a strong but silent type in the first two Blackbird books so I wasn't sure that he would be able to carry a whole book on his own But he works well as the main character he has a dry sense of humour and a compelling voice He knows his own faults and his strengths and isn't afraid to take action when needed He's interesting to read about There was just enough world building to get a sense of Jhensit I would have preferred a bit maybe about the two cities and the contrast between them Nianken Siol the city in the sky sounds like a beautiful but cold place full of glittering glass and I would have liked to know about it and the people there The story is well paced it moves fast without being confusing and stays interesting It reminds me a bit of Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor They're quite different stories but it has a similar sort of idea of a floating palace in conflict with the city below and both of them are beautifully written Darker than the Storm is a lot older though it was released in 1992 25 years ago I recommend this to anyone that likes fantasy stories and is looking for something a bit different It's crammed full of ideas that all merge into an original and exciting read I couldn't put it down