The Aduramis Chronicles: Underworld

The Aduramis Chronicles Underworld YA Fantasy Book A master storyteller Jaime Polychrones Book Expo America Blown off the course of their heroic destiny the Wulf brothers find themselves at the mercy of fate in ways than oneSep

  • Title: The Aduramis Chronicles: Underworld
  • Author: Harrison Davies
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 428
  • Format: ebook
  • YA Fantasy Book 2 A master storyteller Jaime Polychrones Book Expo America 2017.Blown off the course of their heroic destiny, the Wulf brothers find themselves at the mercy of fate in ways than oneSeparated, stranded, and deterred from their course, Coinin and Marrok must fight against all odds to reunite and resume the course set before them.With Marrok kidnapYA Fantasy Book 2 A master storyteller Jaime Polychrones Book Expo America 2017.Blown off the course of their heroic destiny, the Wulf brothers find themselves at the mercy of fate in ways than oneSeparated, stranded, and deterred from their course, Coinin and Marrok must fight against all odds to reunite and resume the course set before them.With Marrok kidnapped, Coinin Wulf, Curator of the Temple of Rindor, feels duty bound to locate his brother, rescue him, and resume their journey to save Er ath.Confident his brothers violent capture was ordered at the behest of the dark wizard, Lordich Secracar, Coinin and his companions fall headlong into a series of events that will lead them to the depths of the Underworld and face to face with death itself Return now to Er ath and The Aduramis Chronicles at the turning of the tides, when Coinin is given an offer he cannot refuse and finds himself at a vantage point over his oldest enemy.Continue the brothers epic journey into the pits of hell and beyond as they are tested like never before in a race against time Find out what fate has in store in Book Two, Underworld.

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    1. Underworld is the second novel in the Aduramis Chronicles series, following on directly from Destiny of the Wulf. Harrison Davies is a skilled writer whose work certainly deserves wider recognition, and I can imagine that in time it will receive it. Davies is skilled at crafting scenes with a wonderful descriptive flair, creating a range of different vistas and set pieces. While the second instalment in a series often suffers by lacking a clear beginning and end, Underworld has a solid narrative [...]

    2. “The Aduramis Chronicles: Underworld,” is the second installment of “The Aduramis Chronicles.” I had to take a moment to put my thoughts in order before I wrote this review. (My family also demanded food for dinner tonight!) I wanted to make certain that my review of his work actually did the book justice. I met this author in an online community on the website. He needed beta readers for “The Aduramis Chronicles: Underworld.” Not knowing that his books were going to be gargantuan w [...]

    3. Underworld is a fantastic continuation from "Destiny of the Wulf",not exactly carrying on when Destiny was left, but leaving enough of a gap so that it is not a day by day account of Coinin and Marroks adventures. Reading how the characters have grown and developed each to their own has been fascinating and have left me smiling, laughing, worrying and in states of shock.The side line stories around other characters in the book are well documented without deterring the focus from the main charact [...]

    4. A fantastic sequel in a great series! The story follows Coinin as he searches for his brother Marrok. It flows well and has the right mix of action and description. The characters are interesting and I look forward to reading more of their adventures.

    5. Coinin receives a proposal he can’t pass up. Destiny may have him prevailing over his first rival and up against incredible unlikelihoods. There is a deadly battle against a multitude of lethal enemies. He and his friends are driven into a sequence of trials. Dark wizard, Lordich Secracar has supposedly abducted Marrok his brother. Coinin is anxious to find him. This is the 2nd book in a series. The first is 'Destiny of the Wulf'. It follows perfectly where book 1 finishes. As in book 1, Harri [...]

    6. The second book in The Aduramis Chronicles is as brilliant as the first,the adventure is kicked into high gear when Marrok Wulf is kidnapped by the evil wizard Lordich Secracar,his brother Coinin Wulf sets out on a long journey to find him and along the way he loses trusted allies and gains new ones.Oh how I love this series,it's so well written,captures you and doesn't let you go,plus all of the mythical creatures are the icing on the literary cake.Another job well done!!!

    7. Not a bad "setting up for the main event" type book. It was a little slow for a start but improved with time. Sometimes I feel as though there are times when main characters escape serious situations a little too easily, leaving me suspicious that it is all a setup for a big deception in the next book. I hope I am correct, or I will be quite disappointed.

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