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About the Author
- Publication date : September 10, 2018
- File size : 3303 KB
- Publisher : Heritage Beacon Fiction (September 10, 2018)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 308 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07FB77866
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #694,664 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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A great story overall although very slow moving, but that didn't bother me much. Definitely an emotional book and some people may be a little Disturbed by some of the dungeon scenes. I really felt for likebridge in the first book so it was great to have more of his story
My main complaint about the book was allot of the dialogue was very confusing and it was hard to tell who was saying what.
Also the first book had so many twists and turns (which I know is hard to duplicate) but this one it's like she tried to add twists but they were kind of pointless.
Overall thoroughly enjoyed it and ready for book 3
Top reviews from other countries
I started reading this book without really realising that it was the second part of a trilogy. That was a mistake. It was clear from very early on that there had to have been an earlier book because past events were constantly being touched upon in a way that didn't really clarify things for anyone who hadn't read the earlier book - but I kept reading because the writing was such as to draw me on almost unwillingly. I considered several times just putting the book down because I was quite confused, but each time I found I couldn't because I wanted to know more. At the same time, even having finished the book I'm rather confused about who many of the characters were and how they were related, and I hope to go back and read the earlier book when I have time so that I can get the full story - maybe then things will all make sense.
So, all in all, I would suggest that this book be read only as part of a trilogy, not on its own. The book itself was well written, and the story was clean, though some readers may not like reading the descriptions of the prison and Likebridge's treatment there. It's definitely not a light read, but I didn't find it too dark either. Some may feel that the mentions of God and faith were a bit overdone, but I felt that it stopped just short of over the top. The theme of forgiveness in particular comes out strongly. I hope to read more by the author in future, but will be careful to read the books in the right order!