Way of the Djinn

Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Way of the Djinn is the second book of the Angelos and Dragon War chronicles. Constantinople has been laid siege too and the enemy is at the gates. A truly epic masterful story that invites the readers imagination to explore different realms and realities. Treachery, deceit, action and adventure all the elements that make up an easily digestible intriguing novel with a great twist to the end. More

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About the Series: 'The Angelos & the Dragon Wars'
Long had the war raged, both Michael and Gabriel had fought to keep the Dragon from destroying the fabric of the Universe but he was unrelenting. There was after all no greater adversary than the one who believed their cause to be right and just.

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John C Adams reviewed on Dec. 9, 2019

This is Book Two of 'Angelos and the Dragon Wars'.

When I dive into a series part way I'm always looking for the story to be satisfying in itself, even as I know that plenty of exciting events have taken place before and will do in the rest of the series. I don't want it to be inexplicable just because I haven't read the first one, nor do I want every plot strand to be left only partially resolved (or worst of all just getting started) as the author retains the most interesting parts for the next books in the series. I thought it less likely this would happen here as the first book in the series was located in a different culture entirely.

There's an art to crafting each book in a series so that it is complete enough to satisfy without shutting down too many of the avenues that could be interesting in future stories. I haven't read Book One 'Valour of the Spirit People', so I was pleased that the Byzantine historical location was quickly established and that the key motivations for the main characters were thoughtfully laid out in a way that told me, as a new reader, exactly what I needed to know without ruining any of the preceding action of Book One for me. As a reader, I was told just what I needed to know to get started with the story but no more, and that's precisely how it should be.

I tend to read more straight fantasy of the epic swords and sorcery variety rather than historical epics, but I enjoy writers such as David Gemmell who do both so I did like this book. It's always good to go off into new genres and try something different, and this left me keen to explore more works by the same author. The historical detail was well presented all the way through.
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Maisie Bowe reviewed on Dec. 3, 2019

Most interesting novel I have ever read, love it, keep up the interesting novels :)
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
Stephen Laing reviewed on Sep. 21, 2015

Terrific imagery, an epic in the true traditions of this genre, can't wait for the next book, loved the ending.
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Adam Alexanders reviewed on Sep. 21, 2015

Superb, Magical, big fan of this author, he makes everything seem real. The characters Michael and Gabriel are wise yet with human failings; enjoyed the many twists of the book; a genuinely magical read.
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