...but it's not very well written. The dialogue is unrealistic (and too modern), the author's descriptions aren't at all clear and he introduces too many characters and scenarios with very little exposition, so you're often left thinking you've missed something, when he actually just hasn't gone into enough detail to keep you informed of what's going on and who everyone is, as well as inexplicably missing (possibly editing?) out huge chunks of story that should have been left in. For example, what about the years of training that Kylar received? He went from being a novice to being almost fully trained in the turn of a page. What about Solon Tofusin, who one minute is looking after Logan, next minute is miles away at Screaming Winds with his dad and is one of his most trusted advisors, with absolutely no explanation of when or why he travelled there? And, most of all, what is with the characters' names? Durzo Blint? Rimbold Drake? Brant Agon? They sound like drunkards in a Shakespearean comedy.
That said, it's a really enjoyable read, the action is exciting and the characters are fun. Worth a read, despite the flaws mentioned above.