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You fool he has betrayed you And now he is toying with you The war between gods is nowhere near over As Azrael and Saldon continue to pit their favorites against one another the stakes are raised; deals are made and alliances are shattered While Pharun and Encarz prepare to war against each other Felix is left to pick up the pieces of his life Lonely and betrayed he finds himself giving up everything he knows to follow a god he never cared for In these trying times who should step up to offer friendship but the angel of an unlikely god? Even though he is trying to start over Felix knows one thing Pharun will never stop using him


14 thoughts on “The Heretic Priest (The Age of Waking Death, #2)

  1. says:

    Book – The Heretic Priest Book 2 Age of Waking DeathAuthor – CN FaustStar rating – ★★★★★Would I read it again – YesPlot – very intriguing brilliantly done darker than 1st bookCharacters – still lovable still dangerous still well doneMovie Potential – ★★★★★Ease of reading – Very easy to readI WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK BY THE AUTHOR IN RETURN FOR AN HONEST REVIEWAgain this book has an amazing front cover on it The artwork really gives the atmosphere and mood of the book before you even open up the cover Second and third books are always favourites of mine because now that as a reader I know the characters and their parts the story progresses faster and you can come to expect certain reactions from them This one was exactly the same I actually found myself frowning in confusion when a new character was mentioned because I was so into the story by that point that I wondered if I’d mis read it or just forgotten who this person was Turns out I was happily surprised to find that it was a new character and that they were going to be a very intriguing one at thatThis book didn’t disappoint in any way following from the first I continued the story well keeping the intrigue and mystery from Book 1 and highlighting it with darker actions There were parts of the book where things happened that I’d been hoping for but not sure if they would happen and things that completely took me by surpriseAgain the medieval torture descriptions were a combination between gross and fantastic I’m not entirely sueamish when it comes to books; films are different; but this one had me suirming Which is great because I want to be so involved that I forget it’s not real This series does that to meThe romance in this book was great too However brief it was I loved that Meridith got a little romance in just because the party was ruined by ‘the intruder’ No spoilers now ; I did however have a terrible feeling that Nisroch would try to seduce Felix I won’t say now whether he does or not but I have always felt from even before they got together that Felix and Pharun were meant to be I’ll leave it up to anyone who reads to book to find out whether they are or notUnsurprisingly I am still as in love with Pharun as I was in the first book This shocked me a little because I don’t usually connect with the brutal promiscuous characters especially if they areor are bordering on sadistic But Pharun does something to me that I will never explain Probably what he does to Felix He’s the most complex character without the writer ever really having to put that across directly He feels he loves he uses people he’s bored he’s smart he’s cunningthere are a million reasons to love him Anyone who reads this book and doesn’t connect with Pharun or Felix at the very least doesn’t have their head screwed on straight They are fantastic charactersI will say without giving anything away that I was somewhat shocked by Felix’s father I always knew Felix was important but I never truly grasped that fact until his father was revealed to him I do like the explanation of why he is who he is It makes perfect sense considering who says it I know cryptic Admittedly though once I knew I realised that Pharun had been telling us in hints all along He wanted Felix to know who his real father was but he either didn’t want to push Felix into discovering the truth and taking away his free will or else he just loved him too much to admit it and give him any doubts Either way it just shows how much Pharun cares for himThe one thing I really did smile at was that somehow no matter what everyone always ends up at Mahlii’s door at some point or another Pharun’s little visit was not a surprise at all considering his character but it was fun to see how different Mahlii was with him I will say that I was surprised that the Mahtrador’s always ended up at his temple even though they all hate him and are freaked out by him It just shows how much power he truly has; or they all think he hasI am very intrigued to see how Book 3 will progress To be honest I’m not sure if it is the last of the series or not but I wish it wasn’t This is a series that I could read a good 20 books on and never get bored of it onceI’m looking forward to finding out what happens to Shrukian and Olympia I will never look at riding crops the same way again and to see how Pharun and Felix get on in the next book It’s going to be an interesting ride no matter what happens And you can bet I’ll be there to see it through


  2. says:

    The Heretic Priest is a very entertaining book even though it doesn’t have the same literary meat as its brother The Dragon’s Disciples Many of the major players have stepped into the background to continue whatever they’re playing and manipulating their pawns So the action focuses on several of the secondary characters such as Meredith and Felix There is a third character that is a focal point but that’s spoiler territory The benefit of this is that you get a better sense and connection to these characters Meredith’s journey and Felix’s personal struggle make this book worth reading One simply has to get over the shock of the majority of characters from the first book having less of the spotlight If either of these characters were your favorites then this is definitely a book you will love Personally I really like FelixThis book does accomplish what it sets out to do which is set events up for a climactic third book The cliffhanger isn’t one that makes you feel like you were cut off in the middle of a story but it does leave you excited for the next bookI would recommend this book to anyone who loves vampires fantasy and politicalreligious intrigue Though I’m still not sure which side I’m supposed to be rooting for or if I’m simply supposed to be thankful that I’m on this side of the page Living in Dragoloth is described very well as difficult and occasionally brutal