Monday, January 11, 2016

Paperglass by A.R. Ivanovich

Paperglass in the second book in the War of Princes Installment by A.R. Ivanovich. This book is actually a newer, updated edition of her previously self-published novel Dragoon. The story starts where Haven left off, with Katelyn Kestrel, the main character, being safe and sound back in Haven. After dealing with the horrors of the outside world, Katelyn never wants to venture to the outside world again. However, a team of explorers sent to explore the outside never made it back to Haven and they were unfortunately captured by the evil Prince Raserion, the leader of the Western Kingdom. Because Katelyn has the ability to find anything she is looking for, she is chosen to go search for the team by Haven’s leaders, who apparently do know some information about the outside world and how to get there. So, Katelyn finds herself having to face her fears and once again venture into the outside world, where she hopefully will find the lost team, and reconnect with Rune, who was her love interest in the previous book.

All in all, I really did enjoy this novel. Just like the last one, it was intriguing, exciting, and gripping. This novel also thankfully gave more information about Haven’s history and answered some questions that needed to be answered.  I do have to say though, I did think that the previous novel, Haven, was a bit better than Paperglass, but that being said, it was still an excellent follow up.  I was lucky enough to be able to get all four books in this series and I truly cannot wait to read the other two books in the series and see what happens to Katelyn, Rune, and all of her friends.

Note: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review from NetGalley. 

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