Review: Crimson Chaos by Amos Cassidy

August 27, 2015 Uncategorized 0 ★★★★★

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Review: Crimson Chaos by Amos CassidyCrimson Chaos by Amos Cassidy
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An ancient prophecy.
An entity older than the beginning of time.

Surely the survivors of bloody battles on fey beaches deserve a timeout, a chill period, a chance to reflect? Yeah, right!

When the gang are faced with an ancient threat, it’s just another day at the office until they realise that this time their efforts may not be enough. This time maybe fate won’t be thwarted, because this time their foe is more powerful than anything they could ever have imagined. It’s a race against time, a race against the unpredictable, and, for the first time, the odds are stacked against them. It’s anyone’s game. No guarantees. No returns.

When Khaos strikes, who will be left standing?

The Chaos in this title is spot on – oh man were there a lot of stories to follow! But they were not difficult to keep track of in the slightest. Amos Cassidy always does an amazing job of giving you just enough info to follow while still keeping you in the dark until the last possible moment.

And without spoilers, there are things that happened that made me SO HAPPY and then I thought, “Finally, they will leave me with a book that has a HFN. Oh wait, what is … no … NO! THAT CAN’T BE THE END!!” *shakes fist at authors*

But seriously, this series has been twisty and turny from book one, which I thought was going to be a typical UF but NOOOOO … we can’t have that. And following the gang’s story has kept me on the edge of my seat for the last three years, and, authors willing, will continue to do so for the next several. There wasn’t a thing about this book I hated. And the less than happy bits would have made this story less than believable, less than amazing. And amazing it was.


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