The Fallen Gatekeepers: Book Two of The Gatekeeper's Son Series

The Fallen Gatekeepers: Book Two of The Gatekeeper's Son Series

by C R Fladmark


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ISBN-13: 9780993777639
Publisher: The Shokunin Publishing Company
Publication date: 02/15/2017
Series: Gatekeeper's Son Series , #2
Pages: 390
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.87(d)

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The Fallen Gatekeepers: Book Two of The Gatekeeper's Son Series 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
BookwormforKids More than 1 year ago
I was excited to get my hands on this book after reading the first one in the series. I would strongly suggest that readers start with the first book, since the second book builds on the events and characters of the first without taking the time to re-explain things. In other words, this is not a stand alone. Again, the author builds a rich world full of interesting characters and lots of action. Although the main focus is on Junya and Shoko, the other members of Junya's group and several other side characters are not shoved off. This gives a nice rounded story with several layers, which make it a joy to read. The world building is even better in this book than in the first. Small confusions are avoided as the world and layers of mystery and information flow smoothly and form an intricate world. There's action and magic and a wonderful amount of adventure, but this doesn't over power the emotional end. The thoughts and feelings of the characters come across clearly, add depth, and make this feel more like a young adult read than the first book did. A variety of cultures and countries are whisked through in these pages, and, unfortunately, this could have been better done. The visits to each country are quick and give little insight on real life or true cultural aspects, but rather stick to stereotypes. This superficial sweep over also seeps into several character attitudes, especially in the way females are handled. All in all, this is a solid fantasy read for teens and holds all the adventure, magic and tension to keep the reader hooked until the very last page. I received a complimentary copy and wanted to leave my honest thoughts.
ReadingOverTheShoulder More than 1 year ago
Not as good as the first one. It went full YA on me. Clearly this book didn't have the time and effort put into it that the first had. Things really didn't happen until the latter half of the book and then were rushed. Far too much teen emo drama with little or no reason for it. Full review at