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Venators: Promises Forged (The Venators Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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|Language: English||Age Level: 12 - 18||Grade Level: 7 - 12|
''Devri Walls has stunned us again! Her first book set the bar sky high, and the second leaves us clamoring for more! The Venators books are must-reads.'' - --Genese Davis, author, The Holder's Dominion; video game writer, Omensight
''A worthy adventure - full of excitement, passion, and intrigue. Perfect escapism reading, with plenty of wit, drama, and derring-do. Walls creates an impressive world with fresh takes on classic themes, all without sacrificing pace and entertainment.'' --Allen Johnson, screenwriter, The Freemason --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
About the Author
Devri Walls is a US and international best-selling author. She specializes in all things fantasy and paranormal. She's best known for her uncanny world-building skills, her intricate storylines, and the ability to present it all in an easy-to-digest voice. Devri loves to engage with her loyal following through online sessions organized for her readers and social media. Devri lives in Meridian, Idaho, with her husband and two kids. When not writing, she can be found teaching voice lessons, reading, cooking, or binge watching whatever show catches her fancy.--This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
- ASIN : B0851NS7WV
- Publisher : Brown Books Publishing Group (30 April 2019)
- Language : English
- File size : 4213 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 428 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 375,831 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I wasn’t sure where this one would pick up, or how fast paced it would be. The first book spanned barely 2 days, this one ended up covering almost a week. A little bit longer, but in a way just as fast paced as the first.
I learnt more about Beltran. Although I now have more theories and questions about him, his past, his motives and so many other things about him. The same goes for Tate.
What surprised me was how focussed the book was on Feena, while still having time to show us about Ryker and the general politics of the Council. Some of Susan’s comments (or repeated, exclamations) about how you “don’t mess with the fae!” make total sense. Like I already knew that, but this puts it to a whole new level!
Secrets, dark magic, illegal nefarious activities, plotting, missing families, stretching/twisting of the truth and yet romance still finds its way into the story in a way that just felt right. What all of our characters go through in this book is a prime example of a great emotional roller coaster.
I mean, even some characters that I thought might be just “side” characters are slowly having their own development. Which could even put them in line to be a main character as the series continues. I BELIEVE we might be having the tour for the third book in September, so make sure you come back then to find out what I think of the next one!
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The second installment picks up right where the first left off and once again you follow Grey and Rune as they come to terms with their new Ventator identity. Since it has been a few years, my memory was a bit cloudy regarding all the previous details, but I found that there were enough little reminders that I was able to pick most of the story-line back up. I feel it is important that writers give readers memory hints, so I appreciated her effort.
I was entertained and appreciated eighty-five percent of the story. I feel like I don't know Rune as well as I'd like to, and I'm not sure how much I root for her. I find her kind of annoying at times and I am growing tired of her temper tantrums. Additionally, at a certain point the climax and action of the story became drawn out and a bit boring. It felt more like the writer was writing for word count instead of story progression. I feel bad saying this because the rest of the book was completely engaging and enjoyable.
Regardless, I love Beltrane! I was thrilled he played a more dominant role this time. Walls has an imaginative mind and I loved the new characters and landscapes we were introduced to. It was a colorful addition to the series that had a creative edge.
I look forward to continuing the series, and I hope the next installment comes out sooner than the last. This series has potential to be something much bigger and I could see it going on for many more books to come.
If you like portal driven fantasies where you're in danger of your boss sucking your blood dry, and where heroes come in all shapes and sizes, then I recommend this series.