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- Print Length: 368 pages
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- Publisher: Peach Orchard Press (September 17, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 17, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B015IH53J2
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Please Note: I was involved with a Beta read of this novel.
General Theme (minor spoilers)
The effects of the events that transpired in book 1 come to fruition in this second novel. This book continues to follow Navva, Rane, Caden and Deshic as their circumstances begin to spiral out of control.
Some thoughts on "The Secrets Dragons Keep"...
1.) a well written and edited.
2.) although featuring several young protagonists, this is an adult orientated fantasy adventure.
3.a) I thought the sense of pace and timing was spot on.
3.b) as well, the ratio of action vs drama was near perfect.
4.) character development... the authors did a nice job of bringing to life the main players. And while Navva and Rane were the ones that the tale revolved around, it was Deshic that I felt was the best character in this novel.
5.) encounters that were both violent and graphically described. There are some passages here that are not for the faint of heart.
6.) there are scenarios where major players can be severely injured or killed, adding a degree of realism to this fantasy adventure novel.
7.) map... there is a good map at the front of the book, giving the reader a sense of distance, direction and topography. Maps... the icing on the cake (to me) that has the ability to raise any novel, but in particular FA, to the next level. Such is the case here.
8.) cover art... a stunning, ghostly image.
9.) and finally, there are Dragons... lots of them. All scheming egomaniacs and above all very, very treacherous.
Make no mistake about it, although this book involves several young protagonists in the leading roles, this is a Adult orientated FA with many graphic and emotionally charged scenes.
India and KC have combined their writing talents and story-telling skills to bring you a brutally realistic and thrilling fantasy adventure. Bravo ladies, well done!
As it is... 5 Stars.