- File Size: 5393 KB
- Print Length: 355 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1927601185
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Moonclipse (December 12, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 12, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GOFTVXM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,682 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Empires of Moth (The Moth Saga Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Daniel really ups the ante with his latest offering. If you thought the battles were intense in Moth, you've not seen anything yet!
While in Moth we were mostly shown two kingdoms, one of light and one of darkness, in Empires of Moth we get to see the many varied kingdoms of both day and night in a full out war.
In Moth, we were mostly given insight into Koyee and Torin. In Empires of Moth Daniel pulls back the curtain on several more players in this world of contrasts. The love between characters grows and the hatred of the arch enemy Ferius continues to consume all before him. We are introduced to several more figures who we'll learn to love and identify with and darn it all, hate to lose.
Because in this new page turning epic, we'll lose more than we thought once we began this journey.
If you've not picked up the first story of Moth, I highly recommend you get it now!
If you've read Moth, Empires of Moth is a must!
The only drawback I have are the overall character interactions and motives. Dont get me wrong, I love the cast here, the author has a talent for making you feel the pain and challenges they have to overcome. But with that saying, I do think that he could have added more layers as to why some of the characters do what they do. Like Feruis for instance, he's just driven by anger and hatred and nothing else. he's literally bad because he's bad... nothing more. I wish the author gave him some redeeming qualities--maybe he does, later on. Just will have to read on and see.
Also, the politics that lead to this war between the Light and Dark could've also been handled better. I mean, the King pretty much just said "hey guys, we need to get people mad at other things... so lets just invade an entire nation and kill EVERYTHING." That's almost how it was stated.
Another thing I found quite unrealistic was the sudden sparking relationship between Torin and Koyee. These two characters come from conflicting backgrounds and pasts. Their pasts are intertwined by violence and Koyee had a vengeful hatred towards Torin for obvious reasons. Now all of a sudden she's making goo-goo eyes at him as if that hatred never existed. It would've been interesting to see these two characters conflict and heal the bad blood between them throughout the novel. Just think it was too convenient to just make their history water under the bridge after spending one second together.
Overall it's an entertaining read. If you're into high action, this novel is for you.
The story climbed and finished with epic scenes worthy of the best writers of our time. If you don't laugh, then cry and finally hold your breath as you turn the pages as fast as you can...then go back to watching the grass grow because because you don't have any imagination and aren't worthy of this great story.
I have bought the third book without hesitation and highly recommend this book to all readers of any age.
Love it. Definitely worth reading.