Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Wicked Path by Eliza Tilton

Wicked Path (Daath Chronicles, #2)Book Description:
In Wicked Path: Book Two of the Daath Chronicles brother and sister are forced to opposite sides of Tarrtainya on a fast-paced adventure where the wildlife isn’t the only thing trying to kill them.

Three months have passed since Avikar defeated the Reptilian Prince, and he still can’t remember his battle with Lucino. On the hunt for answers, he returns to the scene of the fight and discovers a strange connection between his family’s dagger and the mysterious kingdom of Daath, and it seems only his distant father can reveal the truth behind it all.

Before Avikar can travel back home, Lucy assaults him in the market and forces him to flee to Nod Mountains—a place few dare to enter, and even less return from. With Raven and her childhood friend by his side, they must survive the treacherous journey through the pass with a vengeful Lucy hunting them. If they don’t, they’ll never see home again.

Jeslyn’s new life in Luna Harbor is the perfect remedy for her confused and broken heart. But when a group of mercenaries kidnap her beloved Grandfather, interrupting her daily routine as his jewelry apprentice, she's forced to join forces with the one person from her past she tried to forget.

And his assistance comes with a price.

My Thoughts:
I loved this continuation of the Daath Chronicles.  After reading Broken Forest, this one just naturally follows a few months later.  Lucucino isn't dead as Avikar believes.  He is very much alive and in his home world.  There he plots and plans on how to get Jeslyn back.  I like how he is confused about his feelings for her and if he really can follow through with his plan.
Avikar and his friends have a different saga all together.  He and Raven are having to outrun Lucy and her spells.  I liked watching their relationship grow, and even if he was annoying to Avikar, I liked Cael.  He was a good guy, just in love with a girl he couldn't have. I enjoyed switching between storylines. It was great to follow each of them and see how different each of the stories are but happening at the same time!
It was a 4/5 for me.  I'm off to read the next book now :) 

Thank you to the author for the review copy of this book.  I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.


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