Hag of the Hills was quite a fast-paced and adventurous fantasy tale. It keeps you hooked throughout and would require a re-read to fully grasp the story.
The KC Warlock Weekly’s first book – Accused is a solid mystery thriller with a touch of magic. It is a quick mystery thriller that you can cozy up to.
The Broken Heart of Arelium succeeds well in terms of drawing you into this fictional world with its epic backstories and political intrigue.
Kings and Daemons is an action and adventure filled fantasy read that would pull you in once you spend enough time with the characters.
The overall theme in these novels is the sense of wonder. The Crowns of Croswald was no different.
The Lore of Prometheus is an engaging urban fantasy thriller from the start to the very end.
Blood and Honey would keep you hooked till the very end and you cannot help but wait for the next book with that kind of ending.
Herai is an intriguing thriller that explores the philosophy of life in general. Go for it, if you’re interested in reading something unconventional.
The Deck of Omens lived up to the expectations of anyone who read and actually enjoyed the twisted tale of Four Paths in The Devouring Gray. Although, the words like “quarantine” and “airborne” were too real to be honest.