The Guardian Hound (The Shadow Wars Trilogy, #2)

The Guardian Hound (The Shadow Wars Trilogy, #2)

by Leah Cutter

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The Guardian Hound (The Shadow Wars Trilogy, #2) by Leah Cutter

Lukas dreams of the end of the world starting at age five.

Only his grandmother believes him.

However, plans and prophecies laid down well before Lucas' birth draw him into mysteries and battles that shake the world.

"The Guardian Hound"—the second novel in the Shadow Wars Trilogy—continues the battle between the shadows and the shape shifters hidden among us.

Also be sure to read the other books in The Shadow Wars trilogy: "The Raven and the Dancing Tiger" and "War Among the Crocodiles."

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155027300
Publisher: Book View Cafe
Publication date: 11/19/2015
Series: Shadow Wars Trilogy , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 400 KB

About the Author

Leah Cutter--a Crawford Award Finalist--writes page-turning fiction in exotic locations, such as New Orleans, ancient China, the Oregon coast, ancient Japan, rual Kentucky, Seattle, Minneapolis, Budapest, etc. 

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The Guardian Hound 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once we met the Chinese character halfway through this book, the story really took off. But the problem is, getting there. The first half read like three books squished into one, a lot of names thrown at the reader, and long info dumps that didn't make much sense. Lukas's grandmother is on his side, yet she does all this mean magic to him for no reason that makes sense. And it's supposed to take place in Germany, but the setting is more like a fantasy castle in a bubble. There is no sign of anything German, no history, no food or culture or setting. Again, once the story leaves Germany it suddenly picks up and gets much better, and really races to the end . . . for a total cliff hanger.