I received a digital advanced reader copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I read Wicked Saints when it came out in April of this year and it had to be one of the bloodiest and darkest novels I have ever read. But Ruthless Gods takes the cake, it is bloodier and darker than its predecessor by 100 percent
I did find the story to be a bit repetitive. It felt like I was rereading Wicked Saints with more blood and gore. I did really like this better than the first of the series, which is saying something because I truly enjoyed Wicked Saints.
The pace in this book was much faster than the first book and the action definitely keeps you in suspense and glued to the page.
The ending had me really confused, but I think that it was part of the books magic because even the characters seemed really confused. My heart breaks for Nayda. I really just want things to work out for her. Malachiasz and Nadya will be the death of me, I am sure of it. I just want them to get their happy ending. I find their story so compelling and I just want all the happiness in their chaos ridden lives.
I cannot wait for the next installment. It is such a good read. I hate that now I have to wait even longer since I got this one early!
Thank you so much to Emily Duncan, NetGalley, and St. Martin’s Press for sending me a digital copy of this book for review. Image and Synopsis taken from Netgalley.
Greetings and Salutations my dear friends and welcome to Feathered Fables! My name is Sari and I am a bird obsessed book lover. I currently live in Central South Florida with my 16 birds and my sweet puppers Lokie. You will see them on this site frequently. I started Feathered Fables in an attempt to venture out into the book world. I tend to read (and write) mostly young adult fiction, historical fiction, mystery, thriller, and romance. I do hope you will follow my journey on this site and stick around for a bit!
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