Most people know that I have somewhat of an obsession with all things ancient Greece So, when I got the opportunity to review this book, I thought it would be a great fit for me.
This book is a sequel to When Angels Have Risen I have not read the first book What I can tell you, is that you can read this book without having read the first The book does stand alone.
Let me first tell you how much I love Aias character He s arrogant and totally conceited but very loyal.
This book is full of battles and love Andrew Feder reaches a great balance between the two while taking you on a journey His characters in tis book are well developed You also get Alexander and Nefertiti whom Aias falls for.
Aias is known as several things in this book, the biggest being The Heretic as he believed in one infinite god Another name, during battles, the Decapitator Don t worry, it s not confusing The one interesting fact is that this book is written using modern voice Did it take away from the historical note of the book I don t know Maybe some.
This is a must have for anyone wanting to read about a great character with well defined attributes that flow throughout the book I m thinking of reading this one over.
RATING Pages 284Softcover