Source: Sent to me by author
Publisher: Self Published
Genres: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Thriller
Publication Date: 31st May 2021
Synopsis/Blurb (Taken from Goodreads):
“Tauheen is dead, and her followers have scattered. Some of them are now helping the vicious and deadly feather mafia hunt down their own kind.
Aeriels are being branded and killed, their wings hacked off and sold to the highest bidder on the black market.
But after a clash between the Aeriels and the mafia leaves hundreds of civilians dead, Ruban and his team must find a way to deal with this new, unfamiliar threat.
That might have been easier, if Ashwin wasn’t keeping secrets of his own – alternatingly fighting the mafia and protecting them.
As the bodies pile up and the line between ally and enemy gets further blurred, Ruban must make choices and sacrifices that will shape the lives of those he loves, as well as the world around them.”
A Call for Brighter Days continues roughly a year after the events from the first book A Flight of Broken Wings. Were we’re back with some of the original characters from the first book.
Like the first book this is well written and maybe even my favourite of the two. This one felt a more action packed and the pace was much faster and evenly paced. And the world building and characters were once again beautiful done, they were well thought out and detailed.
A Call for Brighter Days is a great sequel and enjoyed it very much, however one that I’ve found difficult to review without giving away spoilers. So, apologies for the very short review!
If you’re a fan of action packed Urban fantasy then this is definitely a series to give a go!!
A big thank you to Nupur for sending me a digital copy of this book. I really hope there is more to come in this series, as I am loving it so far.
Have you read this book? What did you think? Leave a comment below and let’s have a chat.