Publish date: September 12th 2013
Publisher: Tor UK
Pages no: 618
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Young Adult Fantasy
, Asian Literature
Series: The Lotus War (#2)
This second part of the Lotus War was much easier to get into than its predecessor, though some parts still dragged a little, I found myself not wanting to put this book down (but hey, we all have to sleep sometime).There was some predictability, some twists and, a few slaps in the face just to keep...
Kinslayer by Jay Kristoff Book 2 of The Lotus War trilogy **Because this is the second book in the series, there will likely be some information in this review that will give away pertinent information in the first book. Continue at your own risk, or skip this review until you've read both books. ...
Kinslayer by Jay Kristoff Book 2 of The Lotus War trilogy I really feel awkward being one of the dissenters in the whole Lotus Wars trilogy fan-love here, but to be totally honest, this book just felt like a long, drawn-out hot mess. Either that, or it's just me and I just didn't really get what wa...
Not bad but didn't really pull me in or make me care enough about the characters, I wanted more of Hana than anyone else but overall it left me feeling a little underwhelmed.
Kinslayer took me a while to read and I have no idea why. It is a really good book, but it just was not grabbing as much as I wanted it to. The book is clearly building up to a big finale. There's a lot that happens in this book to set up for that and introducing new plotlines as we go. A lot doe...