Series: Falling Kingdoms

Review – Crystal Storm by Morgan Rhodes
In Book Review
December 17, 2016

Review – Crystal Storm by Morgan Rhodes

I don’t often read the Acknowledgements at the ends of books. It’s just something I’ve never really done. But I read this one and I’m glad Morgan Rhodes apologized to her readers because OH. MY. GOODNESS. THAT ENDING. But maybe I should start back at the beginning. We’re on book 5 of the Falling Kingdoms series and lately with young adult fiction, […]

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Review – Frozen Tides by Morgan Rhodes
In Book Review
June 26, 2016

Review – Frozen Tides by Morgan Rhodes

You have to feel bad for the people of Mythica. Their leaders are fighting amongst themselves and making power-alliances, changing the future of the continent, and causing all sorts of chaos. I’d certainly hate to live there. If you’ve kept up with the series so far, you know that things aren’t all sunshine and rainbows on the small continent. Magnus […]

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Review – Gathering Darkness by Morgan Rhodes
In Book Review
May 19, 2016

Review – Gathering Darkness by Morgan Rhodes

It’s that time in the series where the plot either needs to really drive it home or flounder and fail. I’m happy to report that Gathering Darkness brought its A-game. I’ve kept with this series so far with the hopes that Rhodes would stop with the predictable fantasy deal and bring something new to the field. Not only was this book […]

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Review – Rebel Spring by Morgan Rhodes
In Book Review
May 9, 2016

Review – Rebel Spring by Morgan Rhodes

We return to the three kingdoms of Auranos, Paelsia, and Limeros to follow the four heroes set forth in the previous book, Falling Kingdoms. A lot has changed since the start of book 1, including total disruption of order in Auranos and the king of Limeros taking over the continent. But if I’m being completely honest, I finished this book in […]

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Review – Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes
In Book Review
May 1, 2016

Review – Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes

Three kingdoms and all it takes is one drunk to start an all-out war. This multi-narrator novel left me breathless from start to finish. Rhodes introduces you to a continent relatively at peace until a princess decides to go on an adventure and one of her companions kills a boy. This boy’s brother wants revenge. Meanwhile, to the north, the […]

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