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The Necromancer's Dance (The Beacon Hill Sorcerer Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This story of a young man who has his entire family killed in front of him except for his brother and then in turn has to kill is gripping in how you see him deal with his world of magic and supernatural beings. How you see that it has touched every part of his life, but not necessarily all in a bad way… or maybe it is???
A very well written story of a world that has plot twists and turns and keeps you on the edge of your seat! A story of love and family and trust and betrayal. Who could ask for more? This book has it all!
I would definitely recommend this book and this author. I know that SJ Himes is now a one click for me, I don’t even have to think about it!
The world-building was great; SJ Himes managed to convey a lot of information without extreme info dumps that interrupt the story and the relationship development between Angel and Simeon was very well done. The foundation of their history was woven naturally into the narrative, as was the hows and whys of the change in their established dynamic that occurs early on in the book. The only hitch for me, was that while there was a lot regarding Angel’s history, the night that shaped his life, a look into his complex relationship with his younger brother, Isaac, and narration and dialogue that complete the picture of Angel’s personality, such as:
“At the first hint of [BS], Angel snapped back to reality. The Master knew exactly who he was, and back-handed compliments did nothing but piss him off.”
there isn't anything like that for Simeon. The reader doesn’t learn much about his history and who he is. But to be fair, the book is narrated from Angel’s POV and Angel's change from no longer fighting his attraction and interest in Simeon and keeping him at arms length is new. And, to SJ Himes’s credit, the author manages to keep Simeon from coming across as a flat, cardboard cut-out of the “perfect” love interest even though romantic suitor is his main function in the book. Now that they are together, Simeon will probably become a more fleshed-out character as the series progresses. I look forward to reading the next book on their journey.