The future of the Ashaiian haven, the newly founded Kingdom of Cael, is anything but secured. Rezkin must seek recognition from the King of Gendishen if his people are to maintain possession of their island home and the enchanted secret it contains. In an unexpected twist, events overtake Rezkin, and he is thrust into a frustrating adventure to seek a worthless prize. He finds that his carefully constructed reputation as an indomitable foe has consequences as others seek to use his strengths for their own gain. Meanwhile, friends are confronted with too many truths, power and strength might be more than some desire, loyalties and friendships are tested, and at least one of Rezkins friends might be headed for a miserable demise....
|Title||:||Kingdoms and Chaos|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||487 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Kingdoms and Chaos Reviews
Good read, but sometimes it feels like the author doesn’t know where the story is going. Some characters progress feels entirely forced and all around disingenuous.
I stand by my next assertion...I am genuinely confused on Frisha’s role in this story. The way she is used is big unique in any way and the story suffers for her continued involvement. Her concerns and motivations from book 1 have not changed in any discernible way.
Do us all a favor and get rid of her. Make her death a jumping off p ...more
Disappointing and meandering follow up to a promising series so far
This book lost a lot of the the realistic plot development that allows for any kind of suspension of disbelief. Instead you follow reckon around as he easily conquers four other kingdoms, despite not making any progress at the kingdom he actually needs to pursue. Then, the story lumps into a cliffhanger with no indication that the plot is concluding except the few pages left in the book
This could have been a five star read, but I'm too angry for that.
SPOILER AHEAD : Ok, so this ending. I don't much care about Frisha, she isn't a big loss really. What pisses me off is that it is with Tieran. He is the only family Rezkin has accepted and recognised. Now if I read the first books again, their growing friendship will be tainted by this betrayal.
She could have been paired with Jimson or Brandt, or litterally anyone else. But no, the author chose Tieran and by doing so, undermined ...more
I LOVE IT! An adult version of Harry Potter!
I marked its release on my calendar and set my alarm for early morning and read it as straight through as possible for a mother of five! I can’t believe I have to wait again. Ugg. But it was perfect and worth it. This is my favorite book series of all time. I read the books a few times each and have them on audible and alway choose to listen to them on road trips.
I feel like this is an adult version of Harry Potter because what I loved about Potter ...more
This series keeps getting better
This is a great story. A lot of stories lose something as they get several books in, but this series keeps getting better.
Kingdoms and Chaos is the best book in the King's Dark Tidings series yet. While I was a little disappointed there was very little of Rezkin as the Raven, there was plenty to keep him busy and me extremely interested. Through Rezkin and his group of friends, we get a chance to explore several different kingdoms and cultures, all of which are masterfully designed by Kel Kade. The fighting takes a bit of a back seat in this book, but that only gives Rezkin a chance to show of his other Skills whic ...more