15 October 2016

Accelerant by Ronie Kendig

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He'll destroy the world. But first he has to save it.

The Nine Kingdoms bleed. Leaderless, ravaged, the land awaits deliverance from Poired Dyrth's devastating campaign. But what if one blight can only be cleansed by another?

The promised Fierian is known by many names. Judge. Destroyer. Scourge. And now one other: Haegan, Prince of Seultrie. Once a cripple, now a gifted Accelerant, Haegan can no longer run from the truth. But neither can he be reconciled to it. He knows only one thing for certain: as the only able-bodied heir to the Fire Throne, he must return to the Nine and fight for his people.

But there are insidious forces at work. When reality itself falls into question, Haegan struggles to know where to fight, who to trust. Caught between duty to his country and duty to the world, Haegan must see clearly enough to choose the right path to save his devastated world. 

The second book in Ronie Kendig’s Abiassa’s Fire series, Accelerant, continues to the epic adventure—along with its imaginative world-building and intricate character development—that began in Embers. Fast-paced and full of action, Accelerant held my attention and imagination entirely from start to finish (and left me desperate for the next one after quite the cliffhanger…) It’s a gripping story sure to have fans of fantasy as fascinated and delighted as I was, and I highly recommend it. (Though, readers newly interested in this series, do be sure to read the books in order.)

Many, many thanks to the author for providing me a copy of Accelerant. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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