Hello people. How are you all doing??? How’s life??? I am going in great, I am working on more blogs, reading my first ever cheesy fantasy series after getting blackmailed, and getting ready for college in Africa (as my parents recently shifted there and I will be shifting soon too). So on this news flash note, let’s start this review, shall we???

•Book Description:

Author: Brett Salter.

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishers.

Genre: Fantasy.

Chapter: 19 Chapters.

Pages: 222 Pages.

Series: Yes, (The Talisman Series, #2).

Time: 2 hours 45 minutes.

Publishing / Published: 6 October 2017.

•Official Summary:

Their back! Julian and Rome are taking their show on the road. This time it is too lovely old England in search of Camelot. While there the Knight and Dragon will be trying to solve the mystery of the Talismans, the mystery of their shadowy stalker, and the mystery of sibling rivalry. Prepare to meet some new faces and, of course, some new Darkbrands as the two further their adventures across the pond.

•Critics Ratings.

Amazon: 💙4.5/5 Stars💙.

Goodreads: 💙4.5/5 Stars💙.

Taken from respective sources.

•My Ratings.

•My Review.

This book revolves around Julian, a Knight who helps Rome, a boy who is actually a dragon learn about his true identity. Together they form a brotherhood of the Knight and Dragon Alliance. In this second book, Rome and Julian embark on an adventure to find the Camelot in Old England during a school trip with their suspicious teacher.

This book made me have a love-hate relationship with Julian as he sometimes acted so ignorant and bossy and it also made me fall in love with Rome. The character developments were on point and perfectly shaped. The best part of the book was that the side characters were also clearly and perfectly developed. I thought this book might be a low grade and suffer the second book syndrome but I was proved wrong.

The story was on point and written without any info dump that made this book fast-paced and enjoyable for me. I have been reading too many slow-paced books so this one was a change and fantastic read for me. I do feel like I wanted a bit more good side and maturity of Julian because I found him annoying somehow.

Overall the book was fast-paced, cleanly written with no unnecessary info dump. I loved the book’s plot and storyline and the book was so much fun and had such an easy writing that the book flew through in two sitting.

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  1. I don’t read books about dragons, but I’m glad you enjoyed it, Suzan.
    Best wishes, Pete. xx


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