The Broken Kingdom

Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
Reeling from the news of the destruction of the mountain, Vann flees Coastside with the fish people. Meanwhile, Karesh and Aerlid must find a way to survive outside the safety of the mountain while the ehlkrid become ever more vicious. As the months pass, the situation in Astar becomes ever more dire. While their shields keep them safe from a direct attack, food becomes a pressing concern. More

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About Sarah Chapman

Sarah is currently completing a post-graduate degree at university. Her hobbies include skiing, playing with her dog and writing about herself in the third person.

She self-published her first novel, 'The Magekiller', in 2013. She's recently released the first book of 'The Mixed Duology'. The sequel, 'The Broken Kingdom' will be released by the end of August.

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Review by: Loren Carrasco on July 29, 2017 :
Very good book although there was some final chapter missing, a lot of stories not finished it nearly looks as a second book in a trilogy
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: is0lated on Jan. 9, 2017 :
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The characters were great and the plot kept me in suspense the whole way through.
I do, however, agree with another review that it seems the author was getting tired of the setting towards the end. Certain things are only quickly skimmed over towards the end and I feel that a plot thread or two were left hanging. However, I don't think it affects the story and I certainly enjoyed the time I spent reading it. This story definitely gave me a couple of much later nights than I had intended.
If you enjoyed the first book I'm sure you'll enjoy this as well.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Review by: David Thompson on Aug. 17, 2015 :
The writing style was still good but I got the feeling that the author was getting a little tired with the plot. Certain fairly important events are IMO glossed over.
I was a bit disappointed to find the main character had turned into a Politically Correct American adolescent. Surely in a multi species fantasy the author can manage better than "Excuse me!" to indicate indignant surprise,
plus a few more in the same vein and "We're not Gemengs we're Mixed". Oh come on!
Convincing the followers of 2 of the main characters adversaries to change their allegiance was fairly critical to the final outcome, but how it was achieved was given very little explanation, I would have liked a bit more, Book 1 covered everything much more thoroughly so it is definitely within the author's ability.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
Review by: Jenny Watt on Sep. 9, 2014 :
I just finished the first book and had to get the second book straight away. Our main character has a novel approach to solving her problems, I enjoyed it greatly.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Daniel Smith on Sep. 9, 2014 :
I wasn’t disappointed at all. This second book was full of surprises and yet the characters remained consistent and evolved, which I always like to see, and it kept me reading late into the night.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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