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    Dark Lord - A Fiend in Need
    Valkyrie Kane

    Valkyrie Kane

    10. February 2013 um 22:54

    Part two of the wonderful "Dark Lord – The Teenage Years", which I know only in German and also only as the audiobook version. I can’t exactly say why – though I strongly suspect it has something to do with the fact that book one was a) brilliantly read by Jens Wawrczek and b) an abridged version – but I really liked Dirk and the others a lot better in book one. I mean, sure, he’s The Dark Lord and everything, and actually HAS to be mean and evil and all kinds of cruel, but... Well, in this book he’s just a total arse. And Christopher isn’t that far behind. (No pun intended. Honest.) Anyway. It has a very nice solution to the “problem” of Sooz being in the Darklands and the illustrations by Freya Hartas are completely amazing. I’d say that all the characters in this book were way too naive and expected change when it was clearly impossible, just because it would’ve been the “right thing to do”, but then again: it’s a children’s book, so... yeah. I guess, when we’re younger, we really think that things can change, only because it would be right. And then life happens. In short: it was a nice read.

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