The Lord of the White Hell: Book Two

The Lord of the White Hell: Book Two

by Ginn Hale

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780978986179
Publisher: Blind Eye Books
Publication date: 09/15/2010
Series: The Cadeleonian Series
Pages: 346
Sales rank: 750,447
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Ginn Hale lives in the Pacific Northwest, donates blood as a pastime, and tinkers with things. She is the author of Wicked Gentlemen (Blind Eye Books), Feral Machines in Tangle (Blind Eye Books), Touching Sparks in Hell Cop (Loose Id), Such Heights in Hell Cop 2 (Loose Id), and Shy Hunter in Queer Wolf (Queered Fiction). She is currently working on a sequel to Wicked Gentlemen.

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The Lord of the White Hell: Book Two 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Kassilem on LibraryThing 5 months ago
This is the second half of the Lord of White Hell story by Ginn Hale. It picks right up from the last book, only this book was different than the first. The first was about Kiram and Javier falling in love and this book is about them fighting the world together. Satisfying but the charm of the first book didn't seem as strong here. It's a page-turner - I finished it in two days - and it's enjoyable. Despite me not liking as much as the first I still enjoyed it. I look forward to reading more of Hale's books.
jshillingford on LibraryThing 5 months ago
I truly regret that I waited so long to read The Lord of the White Hell. This has easily moved into my top five favorite works of fantasy, alongside David Eddings¿ ¿Belgariad¿ and Mercedes Lackey¿s ¿Last Herald Mage.¿ It is that well done, and I read the book in a single day after finishing book one.In book one, readers met Kiram, a Haldiim, and Javier, a Duke hunted by a powerful curse and haunted by a terrible power. Book one took place in the Cadeleonian Sagrada Academy, but here we travel to Kiram¿s home city. Javier and Kiram learn the truth about the white hell, and it puts their lives in danger. Book one introduced the world and characters, but here the plot thickens (mwahahah!) and the pace accelerates exponentially. Javier and Kiram will have to make hard choices and painful sacrifices to remain true to each other, and prevent the white hell from falling into the wrong hands.I cannot say enough good things about how wonderful these two novels were! I was engrossed from the start and will no doubt re-read them again and again. And though the major story arc is resolved, Javier and Kiram¿s adventure is really just beginning. I truly hope Ginn Hale writes more novels in this series. This world is as amazing as Valdemar, and deserves many, many more stories.
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ArtemisCE More than 1 year ago
Very good story line, if a bit easy of a read. Great book for those who want a lgbt relationship story but more of a fantasy style.
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