As the lone survivor of the destruction brought on by Marie, James is left to question: Who am I? However, dark force have begun to arise that will try to answer that question for him and shape his destiny. As secrets are revealed, James' fight not only for survival but to discover his true identity will lead him down a path he can never come back from.
Will he truly become Marie's son?
©2016 Elise Bagley (P)2016 Elise Bagley
I definitely liked this book better than the first of the series. I put that down to more established characterization and ease with the plot. There is still stilted language - no contractions and it ends abruptly, with a too be continued. Surprise ending as well is some revelations. I would actually have liked this to be longer - it seems like an introduction to the next character in the series rather than anything really to do with James, the son of Marie in the first book. I was actually expecting to find out more about James and whether he had inherited his Mother's abilities.
I found the narrator's voice better. He had more emotion in his voice than the female who narrated the first book; although there was some discrepancies with the accents he was using. They were in place for some parts of the narration, and not in others.
Overall, it was enjoyable.
James is the second book in the Teumessian Trilogy, Marie. It was very good and filled with action, twists and turns, and great characterization. Here comes the second book, following a character left in the wake of the destruction of the first book’s protagonist.
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