2019, blogtober, REVIEW

Review: The Autumn Republic.

Author: Brian McClellan
Date Started: 13-09-2019
Date Finished:18-09-2019
Pages: 577
Series: 3 of 3
Star Rating: ✪✪✪✪✪


Synopsis from Goodreads

The capital has fallen…
Field Marshal Tamas returns to his beloved country to find that for the first time in history, the capital city of Adro lies in the hands of a foreign invader. His son is missing, his allies are indistinguishable from his foes, and reinforcements are several weeks away.

An army divided…
With the Kez still bearing down upon them and without clear leadership, the Adran army has turned against itself. Inspector Adamat is drawn into the very heart of this new mutiny with promises of finding his kidnapped son.

All hope rests with one…
And Taniel Two-shot, hunted by men he once thought his friends, must safeguard the only chance Adro has of getting through this war without being destroyed…

My thoughts

As always I love this book. Brian does amazing at character development. This is the 3rd book in the series and you can see how the characters have grown since the first book and how relationships between characters have got better throughout the series as well. I had quite a few months between the 2nd and 3rd book but I could pick it up and instantly remembered what had happened previously. 

It was lovely to see how he developed the father and son relationship throughout the series.

This was the perfect ending to this series and it still managed to tug at my heartstrings and also shock/surprise me.

I can’t wait to dive into the next series.

Have you read this series? If so what did you think about it?

–Happy Reading


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