Two Serpents Rise
Publish date: April 29th 2014
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: Craft Sequence (#2)
There's a lengthy article on the pro's and con's of reading the Craft Sequence in chronological vs published order that I should probably care about. I've got an omnibus edition that put them in publication order, though, so that's what I'm doing. A rather underwhelming follow up to the excellent ...
Two Serpents Rise is the second book published in the Craft Sequence, though I've recently seen an argument put forward that now all five books are published you can choose to either read in order of publication or in order of internal chronology (which apparently coincides with the numbers in the t...
Two Serpents Rise by Mark Gladstone My GR friends' ratings of Two Serpents Rise are all over the place, and I can see why. For me, the worldbuilding, the ideas, the questions, the pure conceptual brilliance not only saved the book but made it memorable. However, while the setup was promising, the ...
Note: Even though this is Book 2 in the series, it can be read as a stand alone. This book is set in the same world as Three Parts Dead but in a different city with completely different characters. Caleb Altemoc is our hero in this tale. He’s been tasked by Red King Consolidated to cleanse the demon...
Gladstone's Two Serpents Rise images a South America where the anicent gods were not quite destroyed by beings who are not Gods. This has lead to some disruption. Look, it's great, it's creative. The sudden lust/love concept is used but Gladstone is aware of it, and even has his characters Cal...
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