Book Review: Riders of Fire and Ice by Brett Salter

In this book, Rome and Julians embark on a perilous quest for Darkbrands and portals in England. The book is a page-turner, as you want to know more about what happens in their adventure. Although it can be read independently, you must read the first book if you want to know more about the characters’ lives. Visual imagery is created by the author’s flawless writing and a well-crafted plot. Insights of ancient history about talismans, sibling bonds, the places they explore, Transportation Incantation, smooth shape-shifting, spatial linking and the distinctive traits of each character were well depicted.

It’s an intense plot that’s made enjoyable by humour—a fantastic introduction of new characters and breathtaking action scenes. Quick read and the author’s attention to detail was indeed on point. I’m eager to read the next book in the series.

“What lay ahead was strange and mysterious, but the group was full of hope”

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