December 11, 2016

Review: Brotherhood of the Dwarfs Book 2:

Title: Red Sky at Dawn
Author: D.A. Adams
Publisher: Third Axe Media
Pages: 192 pages
Format: Ebook
ISBN #: 0976554712

 Crushaw, Molgheon, and Vishghu have liberated the Slithesythe Plantation, and now, they must make their way to safe lands before being caught and returned to certain bondage. Across the orc lands, they and Roskin recruit and train an army of freed slaves, for between them and freedom are thousands of well-armed, well-trained orc warriors. Near the Pass of Hard Hope in the shadows of the eastern mountains, they make their desperate stand. But even if they succeed, Roskin's ordeal is far from finished, as he is haunted by visions of something awful back in Dorkuhn.

My Thoughts:

Just like the first book in this series, I was pulled into the whole story almost as if I was one of the characters. I loved this one even more than I enjoyed the first. Can't wait for the next book in this series. I'm going to be honest, this along with the third book has been on my shelf for a while, I have a lot of books and hadn't had the chance to finish these, now I wish I had read them sooner. 

This book shows so much growth for the author and his writing and  the characters have grown as well. The best part of this whole book action and the pacing is perfection. In the first book I really connected with the main character Roskin, but in this one, I really connected with the others. The author really brought out their story and made me love them as well. 

I will warn you, though, this is only the second book of five, so be ready for a massive cliff hanger! All in all this was my favorite so far! I can't wait to read the next book in this series. 


I would have to give Red Sky at Dawn a huge...