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Descent Into Darkness (Bound to the Abyss Book 2) (English Edition) von [Vernon, James R.]
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Book Two of a Two Part Story Arc and the Second in the Series

Ean Sangrave’s friends are gone.
At least, his human ones are.

Zin, as always, is by his side. Years of advice and getting Ean out of trouble has earned him the title of Ean’s closest friend, Joining them now is Azalea the Yulari, another creature from the Abyss that feeds off the emotions of her victims to the point of death. Summoned in a moment of jealousy, Azalea would have killed Ean’s friends if he had not stopped her in time. So how do Bran and Jaslen pay him back for saving their lives? By running off with all of their supplies, leaving Ean with his imp and a fragile alliance with an alluring but deadly Yulari.

Ean is now at a crossroads. Does he continue the quest originally placed on him and his friends to find a way to save Rottwealth from the monster that has taken over the mine? Or does he follow the advice of his companions from the Abyss and learn to control his growing power? The Healer’s apprentice inside of him hopes to somehow do both.

Regardless of which quest he ultimately decides to follow, its Ean’s inner turmoil that worries him the most. The dark power of the Abyss is spreading through his body at an alarming rate. The tattoos that represent the power continue to grow across his body while dark dreams invade his mind. Can he hold off the darkness growing inside of him, or will Ean give in to the power and become the tyrant he has feared?


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 3351 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 374 Seiten
  • Verlag: Three Moons Realm Publishing (23. September 2014)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00MY5W67O
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A book that continues the journey into magic and darkness... 16. Dezember 2014
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Brought to you by OBS reviewer Caro

In Descent into Darkness, the reader picks up exactly where book one, Bound to the Abyss, ends. Ean is left behind by Bran and Jaslen, with only the power of his tattoos to fend for himself. As the story progresses, Ean meets new people that help him realize that there is more to Rottwealth than what he has known all of his life. The author takes our healer on the road trip adventure of his life, discovering that there are humans and creatures whom he can trust on and those whom he should stay away from. Ean’s magical world is mysterious and dangerously alike.

Author James R. Vernon delivered, once more, a story I have become fond of, especially knowing how much of an effort he puts in creating a world as big as this one. Not to mention all of the terms he has created, to which I still have trouble remembering the villages our group made stops in. This time around, Ean, finds himself more alone than ever in Descent into Darkness. He does have Zin and Azalea to accompany him, but he had to do most of the hard work to get to the Deadlands, while the abyss creatures stayed elsewhere being more mysterious than ever. I like that he is a straight forward character, brave enough to get himself out of trouble or uncomfortable situations. He has definitely come to accept his connection to the abyss and the path that is being planned out for him.

“I’m just getting used to the thing speaking in my head.”
Azalea, the Yulari, is one of the first, new characters, introduced to the story. She is a creature, summoned from the abyss, and plays a key role as Ean travels throughout the book to the Deadlands in search for Zin’s previous master’s lair. She is a character I just couldn’t know if to trust or not. Most of the book she is a mystery even to Ean; she spends her time roaming around among the humans whose emotions she feeds from and always is right to find Ean the toughest jobs for a healer to do. Eventually, Azalea, makes her great appearance, and she is proven to be a better companion than Jaslen. This is where I’m thankful the author kept Azalea’s best contribution for the last, otherwise, I would have gotten tired of her demeanor. She is a character that definitely grew and changed during this long road trip into a better one.

“I certainly like the idea of enslaving the world.”
Zin is a character that one can’t help but like. He might be an imp trying to survive and not get sent back to the abyss, but he stayed loyal to Ean until the end, and becomes quite humorous. He has a friend or foe relationship with Azalea, and doesn’t trust her kind at the beginning, but when they are left on their own he even takes consideration of Azalea’s condition. This makes Zin and Azalea better companions for Ean than the previous ones, and a great team to work with.

“Maybe it’s got attachment issues. Or maybe Azalea has already rubbed off on it.”
I do have to say, that at a certain point of the story our group forgets the main reason why they were set out to find a way to save Ean’s village from the lizard monster, becoming more involved with a different agenda. I feel that this book is more of a character and story development. Ean encounters people, throughout the trip that give him more information about the mystery surrounding Rottwealth, the gods, Zin’s former master, the Deadland, and alike. The most interesting part is at the end, in a somewhat cliffhanger full of questions.

How did Rottwealth’s monster get defeated? What happened to Jaslen and Bran on their way back to Rottwealth? What exactly is Sadiek? Good thing there’s two more books to wait for in the series, in which readers will hopefully get an in depth look to some unanswered questions and maybe a link to the short stories from The Three Moons Realm. All in all, Descent into Darkness, is a good sequel to Bound to the Abyss, which takes the reader into a world of magic and darkness. If you like fantasy this is a book for you.

*OBS would like to thank the author for supplying a free copy of this title in exchange for an honest review*
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An interesting read with a fantastic ending 24. September 2014
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Though the book starts off a bit slow, it is still worth your time. The main character is sometimes,to be honest, a bit wimpy, but he is wimpy in a way that fits the character. In addition, the secondary characters are hilarious and well developed and the ending was excellent. I would be very happy to see this series continue. I fact, my only complaint is that the book is not longer!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen The end is worth all the world building, left me wanting more 24. September 2014
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Yeah, there's quite a bit of travel time and Ean getting picked on. Yeah, there were a few points where I was hoping for a little more backbone from the guy. Yeah, I wanted to see more magic. Yeah, I still hope Bran gets his face slowly gnawed off by Zin in the next book. But, but, but, BUT, I still had a lot of fun. Ean gets a little more powerful, a little info on the main villain is introduced, the series is definitely still worthwhile. Plus, Azalea is fantastic. Love her. The entire time I was reading the first book, I was hoping Ean would get a little evil/edge/less white knighty. Azalea was just the good (read: bad) influence he needed to keep me interested. A little schmooze never hurt anyone too badly.

Overall, I liked it a lot. I'm looking forward to reading about Ean, immortals, beasts and the best sister a guy could ask for.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen There is a lot of good ideas in this book 24. September 2014
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There is a lot of good ideas in this book. However i didn't see any real character development from Ean or Zin that I expected. Through this book is a number of description of where the characters actually were and less on what they were doing. Zin and Ean only converse with each other a handle full of times, and the same goes with Azalea and Ean many times the two abysal character were simply gone with no explanation as to where or what they were doing. I enjoyed the first book because it introduced the characters and i was looking forward to seeing them grow but for the most part they simply moved around the land
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3.0 von 5 Sternen This is a strange journey. 25. September 2014
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I like it though. Very interesting world, but the book suffered a bit because of this.
How is an interesting world a bad thing? The story got distracted often. Too often, and did not progress quickly enough. There is an unbalance between setting (too much) and story.
That said, it looks like the setting is now out of the way and the next book should be explosive.
Some stuff I loved was the character development of Azalea. The magic system is cool, and refreshing, but unfortunately all the best parts are in the ending of the book. The ending is spectacular.
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