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Kingdoms and Chaos

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
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ISBN : 41174847
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 177 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Kingdoms and Chaos Reviews

  • Chris S

  • Amy

    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

  • Leonhard Nolte

    Cliffhanger of the worst sort at end

    Author writes very enjoyably, will always recommend this series. But only with a very big BUT.

    Author does not realize relationship between reader and writer is also built on trust. To finish a book with a cheap cliffhanger destroys that trust for the most part.

    Now I as a reader am spending money to support author, publisher, etc. and do NOT expect at the end to remain with a clearly angry and unsatisfied feeling.

    My advice, do NOT buy (at least until next book

  • Ian

    Right back on track

    The third book was a little lackluster to me so I'm glad that the fourth one lived up to all my excitement for the first two books. Everything was generally pretty great, but I do have a couple of minor critiques. I'm not in love with the extended alternate perspectives that happened more frequently in the latter half of the book and I don't want things to get too crazy and magical with fac and ancients and spirits etc. I love fantasy and this story already has a strong magic

  • Robynn J. Wren

    My favorite fantasy series. Ever.

    As good as the other books, but with more requests and turns. It is fascinating to watch the characters develop and change their the story. What I love about them is how relatable they are. I wish very much that this had been the completion of the story, but it looks like it will be at least one (if not several) more books/years of anticipation. This is, by far, my favorite fantasy series. If you haven't read it yet then I heartily recommend it to you. You don't

  • Saleenmcqueen

    Frisa you spoiled useless twat!!

    I love these books! Can't wait for the next! I want to see Frisa confined to a tower insane with guilt soon!

  • Jordan

  • Felix


    I was a little apprehensive because I did not enjoy book 3 as much as the first two, but this book delivers!

    Almost all the book is from Rezkin's point of view (except for some parts in the last quarter), which is great because I read these books for Rezkin.

    Some of the magical things towards the end of the book were a little strange, the plot twist at the end came out of the blue, and I dislike the cliffhanger ending on principle, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it.

    Looking forward to bo