Thorn Fall (Rust & Relics, Book 2)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Delia never thought her love of adventure and artifact hunting would lead her to discover such oddities as man-slaying monsters, magical swords, and elves on motorcycles. Oh, and there’s also the Ancient Spartan warrior who’s been stranded in the present—he’s offering to work as her bodyguard in exchange for English lessons. When another monster arrives, this time in Sedona, Arizona... More

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About Lindsay Buroker

Lindsay is a full-time independent fantasy author who loves travel, hiking, tennis, and vizslas. She grew up in the Seattle area but moved to Arizona when she realized she was solar-powered.

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Stan Adelman reviewed on Dec. 31, 2014

Great book in a great series! The characters were well-defined, and I really cared what happened to them. In addition to everything else I like about the book, the action scenes were absolutely fantastic. I do recommend that the series be read in order, and I really hope that the author continues with it. Without being a spoiler, I can say that she certainly left possibility for additional books in the future.
(reviewed 50 days after purchase)
Beth Hoover reviewed on Oct. 3, 2014

Thorn Fall is a family friendly, fun adventure; a cross between Indiana Jones and an urban fantasy. This action packed thrill ride will keep you riveted to the pages.

Delia is now our narrator. She and the gang from Rust & Relics are following leads to find the next monster released into our realm…which brings them to sunny Sedona Arizona. Manheim and death from an invisible assailant rain down and everyone is grabbing at straws to defeat this new creature. The creature isn’t their only worry, apparently our world is coming under threat from a faction within the elf like creatures. The Rust & Relics gang must decide who they can trust…

Gotta to say I'm really enjoying Delia's interaction with the Spartan. Can't wait to get more.

There is just something about Lindsay Buroker’s writing that sucks me right in. Refreshingly original and fabulously written, this non-stop, adrenaline packed story comes highly recommended for any reader 12 and up.

On a personal note: I’m heading to Sedona, for the first time, on vacation in November and really enjoyed hearing about all the places I will be visiting becoming a part of this fabulous storytelling. Didn't know about the vortexes but planned on hiking around Bell Rock.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Gertraud Schubert reviewed on Oct. 2, 2014

Gestern gekauft und schon ausgelesen - bis heute früh um 2 Uhr. Hätte doch nicht schlafen können, bevor Delia, Temi, Simon und Alek in sicherheit sind. Ja, es gibt einen Neuen im Team, den Spartaner, der im 1. Band aufgetaut wurde. Olympiasieger von vor 2500 Jahren, trainiert, Kraftvoll und an das Leben ohne Licht angepasst. Nur er kann Temi und Delia aus dem Loch ziehen ...
Es gibt ein neues Monster, das die Gegend heimsucht, diesmal ein fliegendes, das Giftpfeile schießt. Die Elfen halten sich ziemlich zurück, leider. Aber Simon glänzt mit neuen technischen Spielereien, die sich als nützlich erweisen. Und es wird gerannt, geklettert,gesprungen und schlechte Wege abgefahren - die arme Zelda ist ziemlich ramponiert. Alles in allem: sehr amüsant und dabei sehr spannend. Jetzt fehlt nur noch ein Tupfer Erotik statt dem winzigen Pünktchen.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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