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  • Excellent

    I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book, and I am voluntarily writing this review. This is an excellent continuation of the Indulgence series. I enjoyed delving deeper into the characters as well as further exploring the world Kellison has created as the characters journeyed. Definitely recommend.

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  • Never a dull moment

    Well this book was an adventure and no mistake ! Terah is determined to rescue her nephew and is aided by the supercilious Adom who has a very strong reason not to like Terah but follows his father's orders. Hiding in plain sight whilst infiltrating a vengeful Gods kingdom doesn't quite go to plan but then with so much distrust and treachery that's not exactly a surprise ! This book opened up so much about these Gods who are actually aliens chained to this world. They are petty, vengeful and completely oblivious to the needs of many. Terah is her usual indomitable self and I loved that nothing keeps her down. Adom goes on quite a journey character wise and it felt good as he realised that life isn't set in stone and there can and should be change. The last character who features heavily is Edge who previously got close to Terah. He's trying to be a wonderful, nurturing father but I distrust his motives. Edge never makes good choices for the right reasons and indeed he is the one character who we really get most from but he's like someone thrown in the deep end and barely keeping his head above water. I can honestly say this kept me gripped with its world building and the sheer pace. Never a dull moment and as it ended dear Lord do I want to know what happens next ! This voluntary take is of an advanced copy and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

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  • Another Great Read!!

    Erin Kellison is fast becoming my most favorite author, this is the second book in the series and just like the first one it is so intriguing that I couldn’t put it down. If you love adventure and surprises at the end you will want to read this book. I received a complimentary copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Superb Fantasy

    The Night Blade is the exciting second book in the Indulgence Series by Erin Kellison. The first book was action-packed but this book is bursting at the seams with dangerous hazards as the characters go into enemy territory to rescue Terah’s nephew. This book begins where the first one concludes. I would highly recommend at starting with the first book. Marvelous world building that combines our present world technology with the one in which the gods rule. Now the gods themselves are some interesting characters who are totally unpredictable making Terah’s story even more complicated. While the rescue goal does not shift as the journey progresses you see the character growth, and perspective change for Terah and Adom. Erin Kellison has a way of twisting the story in such a way that just when you think you have it all figured out, a surprising new twist comes along making you reconsider your previous conclusion. I highly recommend the entire Indulgence Series. I especially found book two, The Night Blade to be a page turner, read late into the night story. The publisher/author gave me a complimentary ARC of the book which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • One adventure after another!

    THE NIGHT BLADE is the second book in the Indulgence series. We return to Terah and Adom as they begin their rescue mission of Maxan, Terah's nephew who is being held captive in Phemera. The people, Hood, and goddess are all on the search for Terah, who insulted Phemera by accident in book one. The goddess of Light and Truth is not prepared to accept the apology but will wait, as she knows Terah is on her way to her. This book is one adventure after another!!! I loved every word, completely caught up in the story. If Terah is the one who grew and changed in the last book, then it is Adom's turn in this one. He is unable to hide from the Truth and faces some uncomfortable facts about himself as he slowly becomes more Adom than Adomanei. Told from multiple perspectives, you catch up with all the main players from book one, with more to meet too. It is intricate and twisting from one port of call to another. Just as you get an answer to one question, you will then have three more queries. This does end on a cliffhanger and it about killed me. The build-up to the climax is breath-taking and I read faster and faster to keep up with the pace on the pages. This will be a series that, once it is complete, I will re-read - just so I can go from start to finish without having to wait! Absolutely brilliant and highly recommended by me. Now, I just have to wait for book three! ** same worded review will appear elsewhere ** * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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