Demonkin (Tales of the Five Provinces Book 2)

Demonkin Tales of the Five Provinces Book A new adventure fantasy from Compton Crook Finalist T Eric Bakutis A Damned Soul Seeking Purpose For years Jyllith Malconen ended lives and damned souls to avenge her family only to learn all he

  • Title: Demonkin (Tales of the Five Provinces Book 2)
  • Author: T. Eric Bakutis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A new adventure fantasy from 2014 Compton Crook Finalist T Eric Bakutis A Damned Soul Seeking Purpose For years Jyllith Malconen ended lives and damned souls to avenge her family, only to learn all her victims were innocent Now others like her, children twisted to hate, raise a new threat Alone and haunted, Jyllith must infiltrate their Demonkin cult and stop them eA new adventure fantasy from 2014 Compton Crook Finalist T Eric Bakutis A Damned Soul Seeking Purpose For years Jyllith Malconen ended lives and damned souls to avenge her family, only to learn all her victims were innocent Now others like her, children twisted to hate, raise a new threat Alone and haunted, Jyllith must infiltrate their Demonkin cult and stop them even if it costs her soul Meanwhile, Kara Honuron s journey to Tarna has taken its toll on family and friends Before they can recover, an ancient demon attacks Tarna and scatters those Kara loves Facing an enemy who seeks her complete destruction, Kara sets out to stop the demons once and for all Pitted against each other on converging paths, these two young women will either save the Five Provinces or doom them to a horrific fate.

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    1. Come check out my Book Blog for more reviews!This book was provided to me by the Author in exchange for an Honest ReviewThe Blurb from the Authors Site - "For years Jyllith Malconen ended lives and damned souls to avenge her family, only to learn all her victims were innocent. Now others like her, children twisted to hate, raise a new threat. Alone and haunted, Jyllith must infiltrate their Demonkin cult and stop them even if it costs her soul.Meanwhile, Kara Honuron's journey to Tarna has taken [...]

    2. Review Excerpt: Part of Demonkin‘s problem is that when it was good – it was great! – but there wasn’t enough of that captivating spark of greatness in there to keep me interested. Probably from around 35% to 65% (give or take a bit in either direction), it was a difficult read. It lost my attention, I didn’t care what was going on, and it pretty much fell solidly into “eh, typical fantasy book” realm. Luckily the end really picked up, and I loved some of the battle scenes and deat [...]

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