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Treason: Book Two of the Grimoire Saga (an Epic Fantasy Adventure) Kindle Edition
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- Book 2 of 4 in The Grimoire Saga (4 Book Series)
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Kara and Braeden captured my heart once again and delighted me as their relationship continues to grow and develop into something that neither intended. They are forced to come face to face with their feelings for each other. At the same time, their world has grown even more deadly with new and frightful developments that no one could have anticipated. Ourea is on the brink of war, and if that's not enough to keep you on the edge of your seat, there are even more surprises waiting around the corner for them.
The incredible and amazing details that Boyce pours into this world and her characters will leave you stunned and breathless. Her attention to detail is exquisite, and this beautiful journey continues to grow in complexity and magnitude. I never grow tired of each of the places that are visited. I would love to see each of them with my physical eyes, and I would never want to leave.
S.M. Boyce continues to create a delightfully extraordinary story that is sure to win over countless fans of fantasy, romance, and adventure alike. I know where I stand - an adoring fan and devoted reader who can't wait to read the installment of this superbly written journey of love, loss, hope, and intrigue. I dare you to read Lichgate and Treason and not fall in love with the beauty and danger of the world of Ourea!
So let's start with the characters that aren't the main two, like the original Vagabond (O.V.) and Gavin. I still don't trust the O.V. at all. There was something I didn't like about him in the first book, and it is still there in this one more. With Gavin, I kind of did a ninety degree angle. I say that because I don't completely love him, but I understand him and I actually felt bad for him in a few parts through out the book. I'm also really hoping we get to see Adele and Garrett in the future. I really like them as characters.
With our two leads, Kara and Braeden... I just love them more than ever. Kara literally goes through every ringer possible in this one and watching her keep it together through it all just proves how awesome she is as a protagonist. I'm also really happy of some of the things revealed in this book for her. On the other side is Braeden, whom I absolutely positively adore. Braeden is strong, and fierce, and loyal, and his heart is always in the right place. I just could not love him enough and I really hope he and Kara get a happily ever after.
I adore everything about Ourea and everyone in it (well maybe not everyone). See, a contemporary has to suck me right in the beginning or it's a lost cause to me. Fantasy on the other hand is my baby. It never ceases to blow my mind with how creative some authors can get and how well they can take us on a journey. This series does just that and I cannot wait to start Heritage!
Kara and Braeden are back and stronger than ever. I loved the twists in the story and Boyce has an easy style that immerses the reader in the book. Ourea is a magical place, and this time around we get to see a bit more of it, especially the political underpinnings.
Kara finds herself in some pretty sticky situations in this book, and she is a great heroine. I loved her banter with Braeden and the subtle inner battle each of them played. Should they or shouldn't they be together?
The politics plays a big role in Treason as the title implies. Some of the twists are just amazing, and I can't wait to read Heritage. Boyce, you need to write faster :)
For those readers who have read Lichgates already, they know how talented Boyce is in creating the world of Ourea. For those who don't know, let me tell you. Boyce's world-building skills haven't diminished since book one. They may even have gotten better. Ourea, all of its kingdoms, hidden nooks and crannies, the glimpses of the real world that the reader gets, they all show such beauty while having constant danger everywhere. Ourea is a dangerous place. It goes with the territory. Despite the danger it's a place I'd love to visit if it were to be real.
What I also enjoyed were the new characters in Treason. All the old favorites from Lichgates are back as well, don't worry about missing them. They come back even better this time! The complexities of all S.M.'s characters allow for plot twists, extensive and unfolding histories, hope and fear for the future. Each character has an agenda and each character influences others whether they know it or not.
It's this complex world and character system that makes Treason, and The Grimoire Trilogy in general, what it really is. It's an epic movie unfolding before the reader's eyes. I don't know if I was really reading the words on a page, as much as I was watching vivid images play in my head. I couldn't not turn the page even when a chapter was over.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you liked "Lichgates" your going to LOVE "Treason" Boyce keeps you on either on the edge of your seat, biting your nails or you just can't put the book... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Lil'n
In this second book, Kara has come to terms with the fact that she's the Vagabond and she's decided to jump into her task of uniting the people of Ourea wholeheartedly. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Nicole Hewitt
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Enjoyed this continuation of Kara's story in which we find out a bit about her past and family. Ms. Read more
I read Litchgates and loved it and I also love this book. There was a lot more action and relationship scenes that make it slightly better than the last. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Literary Cat
I enjoyed this book, the story and the characters. You have adventures , fantasy and action. Keeps you entertain all the way through.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Wow! This is a true story of good and evil. Granted many characters that seem good that aren't and others that were thought to be bad, were the good guys. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Erika Daman
As soon as I finished the first book I knew I needed to get the second book. This kept me up reading late into the night, not wanting to put it down and wait several more hours to... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sarah Alexander
This second book in The Grimoire Saga was not a disappointment at all. What a great adventure! I don't even know how to describe it without spoling. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Olga J
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