razzatazz's Shahrazad #2 review

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Where does it go?

This series is perhaps the most enigmatic of the ones that I actively read, and I suppose my reasons for reading it are equally hard to pin down. As of yet there is very little explanation of what is going on in this series only that the main character is somehow tied to the narrator of the Arabian Nights. Once again numerous genres are hinted at here, but there is not so much of an explanation, except by way of a collection of various myths which have been tied together with little explanation. At the moment in the story there is an influence both from colonial pirates of the Caribbean as well as the myths of ancient Greece. It makes for an interesting story, yet at this stage at least a little in the way of explanation might go to make this a more enjoyable ride.

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