At first, I wasn't sure what to think. I have not read the first book, and I was suddenly dropped into this strange world where angels are visibly present and interactive with humans. Very soon, I was wrapped up in the characters and the tale. I thought the whole land of the Three Kingdoms was clearly developed with the unique terminology, creatures, domination governments, and the somewhat fairy tale, somewhat medieval like setting. It was all consistent, too. I felt like I had been transported to this strange world of angels, kingdoms, and magical harps. It was incredible and interesting.
I, also, enjoyed Trevin's character. He has an unfortunate past of mistakes and dark times However, he proves his new found loyalty time and time again, and he focuses on making a better future of himself. He does have a bit of spontaneous actions that puts him hard spots, but he has a longing heart to become a better person.
Other than that I rather enjoyed the book and all its mysterious twists that were revelead about Trevin's dark past. And I'm going to get my hands on the first book so I can find out what I missed. Check below for more stuff on Eye of the Sword.
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I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.