4 out of 4 stars
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We are Voulhire: The Fires of Virko by Matthew Tysz is the second book in the series, she is even better than the first one, there are many new characters who have an important place in the story, the dynamics are getting stronger. I like the fact that you can’t predict how the action will develop in the story, as in the “Game of thrones”. The book has religion, magic, science, politics, economics, other dimensions, demons, and so on. New ideas are presented about the meaning of life and the afterlife.
The book starts with the king who deals with the politics of his country and tries to be fair with the people and his counselors, there are many questions he has to decide on. It then continues with Folcro (a nickname for Hans) son of Lord Venden, who desperately hopes his son can be saved from the darkness he has chosen. Hans is very intelligent, but it's hard to figure out what objectives he pursues, he's pretty mysterious, and others do not believe him. Kayden is another new character who has many responsibilities and is trying to make the right decisions for his city and his family. He does not trust his old friend Hans and worries about the future of his city Virko, rightly so.
Galen is forging his first blade and with the help of his friends he is trying to establish a business relationship with Lord Venden to help develop his city. But fate interferes with the evil demon that is subordinate to Hans, Galen and his friends are looking for a way to chase him out, but new and uninspected obstacles appear in his path. Demetrius is a young monk who appears in the first book, with Galen becoming good friends, he looks very smart good-hearted and mysterious.
Meldorath is allied with the old Alabaster, they both seem pretty dangerous together. It is not clear what their ultimate goal is, but their enemies must definitely be careful with them because they are very smart and insidious.
I believe We are Voulhire: The Fires of Virko deserves 4 out of 4 stars, there is no writing errors and is professionally edited. This book is suitable for readers with a sense of humor, a desire for fiction and an adventurous spirit. The story is very engrossing and keeps the reader in tense anticipation of continuation, I can not wait to read the third book.
We are Voulhire: The Fires of Virko
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