Book Review: A History of Madness (Outlands Pentology #2) by Rebecca Crunden


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So here we go again:

I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review

So as a book blogger and reader of many indie authors more often than not a sequel and after ensuing books in a series either do not live up to the hype from the first book or kind of platoe – giving you just enough of a buzz to keep going and enjoying the book.

Yay me – this did not happen again. I went from reading a very interesting, creatively written world with really well rounded characters first book to reading and even bigger novel. Ms Crunden really threw a spanner in the works by doing the second book in the series from a completely different P.O.V. and following the story from Nate’s perspective kind of gave the feel of reading a completely different series with the same characters.

Once again she created a world so epically well thought out with so many details that made the entire fantastical idea completely believable.

I enjoyed watching all our characters grow into just so much more and grew so attached to them and the story line that I found myself reading until 02h30 this morning. This series has left me with such a longing for more. I can only imagine how much better things will be getting going forward.

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