14 April 2020

Kings Falling | Book Review


Leif Metcalfe and his team, dubbed Reaper, need to recover the stolen, ancient Book of the Wars if they hope to stop the Armageddon Coalition and their pursuit of global economic control. But their attention has been diverted by a prophecy in the book that foretells of formidable guardians who will decimate the enemies of ArC. While Iskra Todorova uses her connections in the covert underworld to hunt down the Book of the Wars, Leif and Reaper attempt to neutralize these agents but quickly find themselves outmaneuvered and outgunned.

The more Reaper tries to stop the guardians, the more failure becomes a familiar, antagonistic foe. Friendships are fractured, and the team battles to hold it together long enough to defeat ArC. But as this millennia-old conspiracy creeps closer and closer to home, the implications could tear Leif and the team apart.

Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Release Date: March 31, 2020



Need an escape from quarantine yet? Look no further than Kings Falling! This second book in Ronie Kendig’s The Book of the Wars series is a fast-paced adventure, perfect for breaking up the monotony of days at home.

This is a series that deserves to be read in order, so I do not want to say too much about this story and risk spoiling parts of Storm Rising (if you haven’t read it yet, just do it!). Still, the characters—Leif Metcalfe and his team—are what make Kings Falling as riveting as it is. Kendig makes space for solid character and relationship development (and witty interactions!), and it is just hard not to enjoy them. Through the action-packed twists and turns then, it is inevitable to end up on the edge of the seat, heart racing.

I am not surprised that I loved Kings Falling. It is an easy book to love. (But maybe I should not because cruelly, it left me so in need of Soul Raging.)

I received a complimentary copy of this book and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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