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Book two follows Icarus, or Ric, once again. Dying and being brought back to life again hasn't really changed much for Ric. Showing the reader that just because an unnatural resurrection occurs, it doesn't erase everything you have always done.
Ric has lost souls and wants to get them back, to do that he has to go to Hell, literally. Once there he will need help getting out. Poe is really the only one that would be willing to go and retrieve Ric.
I won't give any spoilers because I don't like to read them in a review! Best advise? Grab book one, read it, grab this book and read it!
The pacing is good, the world building is carried over from book one, and the characters are pretty much on point with what people really act like.
The ending sets up for a third book, and I will be waiting to get my hands on it!
This is a story about discovery, secrets, choices and consequences. We learn more about Ric's past and the mystery surrounding Poe...other surprises, too.
Great descriptions paint vivid images of this dark and disturbing realm, which echo the thoughts, feelings and actions of the complex cast of characters.
Very well written, with fabulous humour and yet sad and terrifying at the same time .
I don't know how this series will unfold, but I do know that it will provoke many questions about life and death.
I'm very glad I did. All Who Wander is a delightful urban fantasy romp, and although it's the second in a series, I didn't need to have read the first to understand exactly what was going on. It has just the right amount of dark and gritty, but the author is careful to feed the reader tiny nibbles of hope to keep you going through the book. I tore through it in an afternoon and immediately went out and bought the prequel.
A solid 5/5 that I'm so glad I tried.
This book is a top-notch sequel to the trials in the life - or afterlife - of Icarus Fell. Without question, this is a triumphant return to the story of a man reformed as he struggles to survive in the space between spaces. Bruce Blake is fantastic with his ability to weave so many elements, twist and turns, into his work and there is no way any dark fantasy reader would not enjoy this second book.
In this second book, I found out I may not know all the characters as well as I thought I did. It is possible that some of them may be "one part angel and one part danger" - as Chris Daughtry so eloquently sings it. I must admit I didn't enjoy this book as well as the first. I LIKED it and don't regret reading it, but I found all the time spent in Hell to be a bit too much. I wished there was more to the story than Ric and the others constantly getting lost and some parts were confusing. If the latter part of the book had spent somewhere else, or if more information were revealed, I think it would have been better.
I do look forward to the third book, but it's so hard to wait! I am a die-hard Blake fan and, even though I didn't like this book as much as the first, I'm certainly glad I read it and learned more about my favorite characters and series. Keep writing and write faster, Mr. Blake!