“Eye of the Sword” by Karyn Henley

11 Mar

About the Book

To prove himself worthy of a princess, Trevin must first defeat the terror of his past.

In Camrithia, a land of shadows and mystical secrets, Trevin lives to serve King Laetham. But his heart belongs to the princess, Melaia. When the king sends Trevin on a dangerous quest to find the missing comains, he must leave Melaia to the advances of a swaggering Dregmoorian prince.

Challenged to prove his worth, Trevin throws himself into his quest. Challenged to prove his love, Trevin undertakes a second mission—find the harps Melaia seeks in order to restore the stairway to heaven. Through fire caves, rogue winds, and murderous threats, Trevin remains steadfastly dedicated to his quest—even when he is falsely accused of a heinous crime. As Trevin’s time runs out, he realizes he must face the shame and horror of his own past and the terror-dream that has come to life. Will he have the courage to finish what he has started?

My Opinions

In book One, Breath of Angel we learn about the Angelaeon, how Melaia is the daughter of Dreia, the guardian of the wisdom tree and stairway to heaven, and how she is to restore the stairway to heaven. In this book Melaia does not come out that much anymore, instead we are taken on a journey about the life of Trevin, we learn about his past and future.

I read the first book, Breath of Angel, which was awesome so, I couldn’t wait for the second book to come out. Of course when I found out that the book would not be from Melaia’s point of view I was a little disappointed. I was not so interested in knowing about Trevin’s life but, when the more I read the more I realized how wrong I was. The second was even better than the first! There were so many turns and twists; I was shocked so many times through out the whole book! It never got boring.  I rate this book 5 stars!

Thanks Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing for providing me with a copy of this book to review. All opinions expressed are mine entirely.

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