This is the second novel in the Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone series. Greg Keyes has maintained a very consistent character buildup and representation in this book, just like he did in Godzilla: King of the Monsters the first book of the series. It continues exactly where the first book ended. So, if you’ve read the previous book, you will be able to follow up with the storyline. Generally, the book pans out exactly how the first one pans out. If you enjoyed the first book, you will definitely love this one too.
When it comes to fantasy series, Greg Keyes has proven that he is a name to reckon with in this genre. And this second book really does justice to his reputation. And the narrator Patrick Michael was fantastic in voice representation as well. His deliberately matches the voice of the narrators, whether they are males or females, to perfection. Each character was
Again, there are different sub-plots in the story where a group of characters or one character is in a separate environment doing something different from other characters. The multiple plots make the book more interesting. Although the characters still remain just like in the first book, there are few additions to the cast to make things a bit fresh and more interesting.
On the whole, the book is fun to read. It does not need too much thinking to decipher the plot. However, the author captured the suspense in the right manner. All the intrigues and plot twists make the book even more interesting and entertaining. It’s a voluminous book, but when reading and listening to it, it seems time flies pretty fast. This book is quite engrossing and exciting to read. Any lover of fantasy series will definitely love this book.
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