About the Book
Leif Metcalfe and his team, dubbed Reaper, need to recover the stolen, ancient Book of the Wars if they hope to stop the Armageddon Coalition and their pursuit of global economic control. But their attention has been diverted by a prophecy in the book that foretells of formidable guardians who will decimate the enemies of ArC. While Iskra Todorova uses her connections in the covert underworld to hunt down the Book of the Wars, Leif and Reaper attempt to neutralize these agents but quickly find themselves outmaneuvered and outgunned.
The more Reaper tries to stop the guardians, the more failure becomes a familiar, antagonistic foe. Friendships are fractured, and the team battles to hold it together long enough to defeat ArC. But as this millennia-old conspiracy creeps closer and closer to home, the implications could tear Leif and the team apart.
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
Ronie Kendig is back and somehow, she cranks the level up in Kings Falling. The previous book in The Book of the Wars series was intense and action packed, and you really need to read it before you read this one.
Why? Because book two builds on the relationships, the witty banter, and the Reaper team’s hunt for The Book of the Wars. Or Leif’s search for answers to the missing months of his life (and boy do I have some questions about that because both Storm Rising and Kings Falling hint at things I want answers to).
Something Kendig excels at is dropping bombshells on her readers and leaving them reeling with the results. And she does it again in this book. Plus, she leaves readers clamoring for the next book after devouring the current one.
You will not regret picking up this book (or series if you haven’t started the series yet).
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