Overall as I closed the final page in this book, I felt that it had advanced nowhere from book one.
The characters in the story are more amazing and more believable because of the time taken in this book for there development and growth.
What makes this series great is it keeps you guessing about what will happen next and what kind of monsters are still around the corner.
this book reads like some of the best D&D games I've ever played in. high fantasy, gritty heroes at each other's throats, inadvertent slapstick (on the character's part obviously... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kindle Customer
Second book in the series! Everything goes really bad for our heroes! There's adorable frog people who call everyone cousin! The dragon dude punches guys! Read the book!Published 15 months ago by Amber Freeman
action on the move constantly caught me at the first few pages an couldnt put it down until I had finished the whole seriesPublished 15 months ago by Lesa
The first book was outstanding. This second one is a bit slower, and a bit confusing to follow. It had to set up so much for later. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ragabash
So I've just finished Sam Sykes second book in the Aeon's Gate trilogy. And what a read it was!
Pretty much follows on from Tome, with our merry cast ending up shipwreck on an... Read more
Hilarious, exciting, refreshing read! I loved it and the ones before and after. Like reading a dungeons and dragons campaign run by Douglas Adams in a terrible mood!Published 24 months ago by seb
Let me start by saying, I did NOT like this book. At the start the book had promise, with our antiheroes recovering from their last battle and trying to return to the mainland. Read morePublished on October 18, 2012 by Giles Krandrannon
Book two of the Aeon's Gate trilogy picks up mere moments after the end of Tome of the Undergates with the intrepid Lenk recording recent events in his journal. Read morePublished on July 30, 2012 by M. P. Cummings