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Knight of Flames (Inheritance) (Volume 2) Paperback – August 19, 2016
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Buy this series, if you haven't already. You won't regret it. This story and these characters will make sure you don't regret spending a few hours with them.Knight of Flames (Inheritance Book 2)
KoF is a great followup to Jack of Thorns -- and make sure you read Jack before Knight!
The pace picks up really quickly at the midway point, and you'll probably find yourself staying up late to reach the end and see how all the danger and drama plays out. Without spoiling anything, I have to say my favorite parts are where Quentin and Laurence argue over each others' adventures. These characters clearly care for each other and will do *anything* to keep the other from harm!
I love that, despite Quentin's scars, he still tries to always do the right thing even when it's painful or frightening. He has a serious heroic streak underneath that damage. Laurence is great - I love how cunning he is, even if he is, perhaps, outmatched... The development of Quentin and Laurence's relationship here is exciting; there's a lot of unresolved tension and I'm really looking forward to see how it resolves or develops in book 3!
I was happy to see Quentin and Laurence's relationship grow, as well as their gifts. They fit so well together, and I'm eager to read the rest of the series to see how that relationship evolves further.
This was a really good story, and it was interesting to see the addition of other psychics into the mix. I hope they will continue to be involved in the rest of the series. I also liked the addition of some of Laurence's friends, and hope they will stick around too.
That epilogue though... what does Freddy and Quentin's father have up his sleeve? Hmm... guess I'll have to keep reading to find out.
Reason one is, I'm bored. I was a little bored in the first book, but this one's pace is terrible.
Reason two is, I'm no longer invested in the slow-burn relationship. I've read a masterful slow burn relationship in 2 books (so far) that is wicked good. It's not the slowness. It's the utter stand-still. Hope needs some fuel, you know? Or at least distract me with other events.
Reason three is, my time is precious. I'm going to spend it elsewhere.
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