【 THE KING OF KORAHA 】
Maria V. Snyder’s books always give me the best warm fuzzies and the greatest adventures.
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy
Author: Maria V. Snyder
Published: December 2021
Pages: 528 (paperback)
Thanks to Harlequin for a copy of this for review
This was a fantastic conclusion to The Archives of the Invisible Sword trilogy! I loved the way the characters mature throughout, this is such a nice stepping stone from YA to new adult fiction.
The rest of this review will contains spoilers for the previous books, but not this one.
I was so excited to see what direction this would take after all the excitement of the first two books. I knew Shyla and Rendor had some things to work out – especially Rendor – that were posing a few challenges in their relationship.
After the turmoil between the two of them in the previous book (I’m looking at you, sulky Rendor) I was worried was Snyder had planned for them this time.
Not only that, but it was hard to imagine more adventure that could be more exciting! With matters tidied up between the new Heliacal Priestess and the Water Prince in the last book, it’s only right that this book excitingly turns its attention to further afield.
And I was certainly not let down. The action is all happening and new baddies are peppering our pages. Mojag became a fast-favourite with his new-found magical powers from the previous books coming in to play.
It was also epic to see more of Koraha! I could stay in this series for so much longer, especially with Shyla and Rendor. Those two are one of my favourite fictional couples, and I stand by my claim that Rendor could give Rhysand (A Court of Thorns and Roses) a run for his money.
Can’t recommend this series enough, and if number three is next on your list then ENJOY the epic tale that awaits you.
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