It was a while since I read Sea of Shadows, but the memories of events still reappeared to me when I opened this book. Right away, the author did not hesitate to jump into the action and plot. Entangled in more lies, sorcery, and the mysteries of the undead, the twin protagonists must each fight their own battles as they seek justice and peace. New alliances must be forged, bonds must be broken, and the truth to be revealed. This book does an excellent job of narrating from two points of view, as it keeps the suspense (and readers) moving along nicely. 4.5/5 stars
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library
I love this book a lot because it's a really thrilling book! I would recommend this book to readers who like fantasy and adventurous books.
Love this book and series. It keeps getting better!
wtf I need to read the last book asap
I found it a bit hard going through parts of this book. But the ending of this book is really a lot of fun and such a surprise! So many double plays and angles, I hope the next book lives up to it's promise.
I loved the first book, when does the library get the ebook version of the second book?
“Empire of Night” by Kelley Armstrong is the second book in her new Age of Legends trilogy and is as heart-wrenching as the first. Twins Ashyn, the Seeker and Moria, the Keeper, pick up where they left off in the first book “Sea of Shadows” to save the children of Edgewood. The sisters impatiently wait for a plan from the Imperial city while thinking about how puzzling Ronan is to reeling on how Gavril betrayed them. The Emperor decides to send an envoy including the girls, their spirit animals, and Prince Tyrus back to Fairview in an attempt to deal with the traitor Alvar Kitsune, Gavril’s father. What the group finds in the small village are more horrors and unanswered questions. So their quest continues and becomes increasingly deadly. “Empire of Night” is a great name for this novel because the Empire and the Emperor are the ones keeping secrets that can determine everyone’s future. I have to say though; the first books was much more organized than this one because I was somewhat confused at some parts in the book and still haven’t figured out what the authour meant. The Seeker and Keeper of Edgewood, find themselves into problems during the night as they camp or when they walk around the Imperial city, discovering more questions and unraveling the truth. I would recommend this novel to people who enjoy a bit of horror, romance, mystery and action. These books will make every priority you have vanish until you’re done the book, and then you’ll have to wait for the next one in the trilogy. Kelley Armstrong is currently writing the final book “Forest of Ruin” and I have a feeling it’s going to be more suspenseful, dramatic and action-packed than the first two! At least I hope so!
SPOILER ALERT. So, this book was just as heart-pounding as the first one, The Sea of Shadows, but a couple things made me angry. For example, Tyrus, the bastard prince. He and Moria's relationship is so mushy and cheesy. This sequel had a lot of meandering, too, and I got confused by all the different things that were happening. Ashyn is still my favourite character, and I ship her and Ronan, but they didn't have much development in this one. Gah, how am I supposed to wait until April of next year for Forest of Ruin? Just hope I 'm still alive by then, lol.
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