Thursday, March 22, 2012

Eye of the Sword by Karyn Henley: A book review

In the second book of the Angelaeon Circle series, the struggle to find the three harps continues. Trevin, now a comain in the service of King Laetham, is on an important mission for the king. He is also on a personal mission to find the rest of Melaia’s harps. When he is falsely accused of murder and put to trial, the eye of the sword reflects an astonishing view of Trevin’s character. He is set free and returns to searching for the harps- his chance of proving to Melaia’s father that he is worthy of a princess’s love. But time is running out. Melaia is betrothed to Varic, a shady Dregmoorian prince. Faced with startling facts of his heritage, the only way for Trevin to complete what he has started is to face nightmares from his past.
 The point that this book brought home to me was that the truth is what sets you free. I enjoyed “Eye of the Sword” even more than “Breath of Angel”, and I’m hoping there are more in the Angelaeon Circle series!
 I revieved "Eye of the Sword" free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishers in exchange for my honest review. Thanks for reading!