An interesting story which was wonderfully executed, The Indigo King is a story no fantasy fan should miss.
The story follows the adventures of all-time favorite writers such as J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, H.G. Wells and Jules Verne, which occur throughout history and mythology, from Homeric Myth to Arthurian Lore, all perfectly bound with the flawless craftsmanship James Owen has displayed throughout the series.
This is an easy read, quite dynamic, and very hard to put down. Everyone should find something compelling in this story: kids will love the engaging plot and adults will love the numerous references to milestones in world literature, varied mythology, and even events of true world history.
As always, a big plus with this series is that, as an adult, you will feel compelled to brush on your literature; and you will find children interested in many classic authors, opening their horizons considerably. They will joyfully go back to Dickens, Verne and many more.
The Indigo King is the third part of The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Georgraphica. Here, There Be Dragons and The Search for the Red Dragon are parts 1 and 2. I strongly recommend all three of them.