- File Size: 2993 KB
- Print Length: 203 pages
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- Publisher: Kristell ink, Grimbold Books (March 6, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 6, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01CO4E25I
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #749,573 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The book begins without preamble. I was thrown right into the trouble and mistrust that seem to plague Copper from birth. He had been able to ignore it, but in this instance he found it difficult coming from the one he'd least expect, Rosella, his childhood mate. It hurt even more when his friends stood by and did nothing. (But I’m jumping ahead of myself). The pace was set, and the reader is taken on a fast-paced ride, which sometimes have you reeling, and holding on to the edge of your seat. As a non-fantasy reader, I held on, and got so into it, I was sadly disappointed when it came to an end. But the truth of the matter is, even in fantasy worlds, jealousy, strive, and mistrust still exist when it comes to those that are different to what’s accepted or expected as the norm. Envision the possibility, a world ruled by serpents and Shangroves: “We coversss the whole worldsss sooon and then no more peoplesss, only ssserpentsss and Sssshangroves I highly recommend this book to fantasy readers.
Rosella is an imperious full-blood Drakken; she's also a lovely young creature who may have won Copper's heart. Her insults have caused him to fly off in search of another world and she too has disappeared. Her own kind might not be sorry to see her go, but they won't abandon her to this dangerous world. This sequel to Darkspire Reaches doesn't disappoint. Raven and Connor are now mature parents and reverred leaders. Copper, though impetuous has a good heart while Rosella needs to learn a few life-lessons to survive. C.N Lesley has again created a fantastical story anchored in the realism of her characters' emotions. Looking forward to the next instalment.
The characters, as always, were engrossing, and this book was like visiting old friends, whom I had missed. To jump into the future was a clever move by the author, as she gave me a completely new and fresh look at a story, which I have randomly thought about since I read it over a year ago.
There are some fantastic twists and quite shocking developments in this new book. It is emotional, exciting, and highly addictive. When I reached the end I was thrilled to see that maybe, just maybe, there will be another book. The characters are still compelling and to be honest, I have not yet had enough of this beautifully written and highly polished story.
But again, I cannot help but marvel at the author’s sweeping imagination that brings a whole new world alive. It has so many layers, all interwoven effortlessly and don’t be surprised when you meet bump into a character that you never expected. It just blows my mind as to how she keeps track of all these storylines and ties them up neatly at the end. Incredible Elizabeth Hull, a great read as always.
This story kept me reading into the small hours of the morning. Gripping story, with a good development of characters, I grew fond of Raven, the female protector who is as much a mother as she is a warrior.
I felt the Drakkens’ pain was well expressed in Connor’s mishap, Cooper’s struggles to become a man and in Rosella coming of age learning compassion in a harsh and horrible manner.
Their world is not an easy one with conflict waiting around every bend. Yet this is a story we can also reflect to today’s times and bring into our own world. Food for thought. After all, most people will find preferable to learning any lesson we encounter along the way in a more tasteful manner—prevention being the ounce we can take. Well done!
I fell in love with Raven in the first book, and I still loved her just the same in this second book. She was a strong heroine and out of all of the characters, she seemed to be the most level-headed.
I can't wait for book 3 now. I'd like to know what happens to all of the characters, especially my beloved Raven and Conner.
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