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Everything changes when Meath finds himself in the magically veiled village of Salvas. News of the death of his friends leaves him teetering on the verge of emotional ruin and bitter loathing. Yet an enthralling new life connected to his past presents itself within the quintessence that is Salvas.

The true nature of the False Prince is revealed, shedding a whole new light on the devastation Draco Kingdom faces. Meath sets himself to the task of avenging his broken life the only way he can: by killing Astaroth… 

Captured Zehava, Dahak, Nicolette, and Shania struggle to stay alive when they find themselves now slaves. Zehava and Dahak are thrown into the Pit, where blood and coin come at the forfeit of life. In a desperate attempt to keep their group together, they must suppress their humanity to keep the identity of Draco’s heir hidden and safe while they plot a daring and daunting escape.

©2013 James Fuller (P)2021 James Fuller

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Loved it

I enjoyed this one more than part 1. if you were on the fence for moving forward you should. Good reader, good writer, good music and sound effects.

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Incredible sequel!

Fuller continues his epic fantasy series in Brothers of Blood, taking us back into the world of Meath and his friends.

After finishing the first book, I was so eager to dive into book two and this didn’t disappoint. Filled with every aspect of fantasy I enjoy, magic, mayhem, and mystery, Fuller continues to make his mark on the world of fantasy with this incredible series.

All of the characters from book one find themselves in perilous situations. The twists and turns in this book kept me guessing until the very end and I was so invested in what would happen to everyone.

As before I loved the narration for the audiobook. The special effects and added sounds made for an incredibly enjoyable story and I highly recommend listening to this book if you have the option.

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  • Jacky
  • 01-17-22

Fast paced intriguing compelling a two story book

This second book was even more exciting a two story book Meath and Nicolette run away together only for Meath to get caught by druids and Nicolette sets out to find him only to get captured herself the book is brilliant building to a climatic finish, Meath finds his mother and learns about his twin brother the gala prince, it is really brilliant and I cannot wait for the next book, narration is fantastic and Reallyvenjoyed you on a journey

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  • Kath D
  • 12-12-21

Another brilliant volume

I really enjoyed listening to this book. So much action and intrigue. Can’t wait for the next one

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  • D. Woodhouse
  • 11-21-21

A solid second book

Having enjoyed the first book it is of no surprise that the second book is of equal quality if not even better. All the characters are further fleshed out as more of their history is revealed with a few interesting surprises along the way. Brothers of Blood is a good solid fantasy novel leaning a little more into "grimdark" than it's predecessor. The ending is satisfying and ties up a number of plots whilst setting the stage for book 3.

Nigel's narration is, as always, a joy to listen to. He has the Midas touch when it comes to audiobook production and this one is no exception. The multitude of character voices and the excellent use of sound and music really brings this novel to life. Hopefully we don't have too long a wait for book 3.

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