Relic and Ruin
The war between necromancers and reapers has been going on for nearly as long as time itself. Caught in the mist is Nyx, a necromancer-raised reaper whose family changed sides generations ago. The only family to ever do so. Erebus is also caught in the middle, but for very different reasons: he’s dead. A connection ties the odd pair together, a powerful connection that causes danger to themselves, their families, and possibly the whole world.
The book started off with an attention-grabbing bang and had me hooked and excited, but the further I got into it, the more bored I become. The story drags in the middle and doesn’t quite recover, and it builds up to a disappointing end as well. There is a large cast of characters, many of whom I fell in love with, but many others added nothing to the story, and I was confused more often than not about who’s who and who belongs to what family. The world building was also confusing, a lot of it useless information that has nothing to do with the story.
|Page Count||352 pages|
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