About the book
YA Fantasy, 332 pages
Is Kai strong enough to stop his father Keegan, or will his fear cost him everything?
In the aftermath of Kai revealing the incredible power of Katori magic to the people beyond their borders, many Katori find the world a dangerous place for their kind and flee their homes to avoid persecution. Amid this chaos, Kai fears that his lack of magical visions will leave him in the dark at the worst possible time.
“The build-up of the first three books led to a fourth installment that packs a real punch. The excitement of the finish let me wanting more.“
My Bookish Bliss, about the 4th book in The Katori Series, The Traitor
About A.D. Lombardo
Angela Lombardo was born in Akron, Ohio, raised on a farm by her grandparents. Angela loves animals, the country life and is still a tomboy at heart. You can take her off the bobcat, but you’ll never get her to enjoy the city. She dabbled in playing the piano, sports and fishing.
Her love of comics started with Spiderman, Wonder Woman, and Superman. Being a Trekkie and a BMX rider, Angela did not have many girlfriends or time for makeup. She spent most of her time with her older brother crashing dirt bikes and three-wheelers. As a teenager, her grandmother sent her to Barbizon to teach her how to be a proper girl. She is fortunate she had a son.
Angela started writing The Half-Light in fall 2017 after a sleepless night gave her pause about the mother in a made-up story she created for her son. She spent the weekend solving the mystery of where the mother.
Keegan’s Wrath is the last book in The Katori Chronicles. I recommend that you start the series from the beginning.
The series is filled with twists, which is something that I love. Although Keegan’s Wrath answered the questions I was left after finishing the previous book, I think there is room for the next book in the series. Or, maybe another series based on this one, with the same world-building. Keegan’s Wrath has a great plotline and back story. Remarkable characters.
Thank you, Blackberry Book Tours, for the free ebook.
What comes next!
My following review will be of Mystery in the Palace of Westminster, with Rachel’s Random Resources.