Thursday, August 9, 2012

Review: Red Sky at Dawn by D. A. Adams


Review: Red Sky at Dawn by D. A. Adams



IN A GLANCE: A action packed story with great characters and amazing artwork.

Title: Red Sky at Dawn
Author: D.A. Adams
Publisher: Seventh Star Press
Format: Paperback (Given to me by publisher for my honest review)
Pages: 222 pages
ISBN #: 9781937929923
Buy This: Amazon



Crushaw, Molgheon, and Vishghu have liberated the Slithesythe Plantation, and now, they must make their way to safe lands before being caught and returned to certain bondage. Across the orc lands, they and Roskin recruit and train an army of freed slaves, for between them and freedom are thousands of well-armed, well-trained orc warriors. Near the Pass of Hard Hope in the shadows of the eastern mountains, they make their desperate stand. But even if they succeed, Roskin's ordeal is far from finished, as he is haunted by visions of something awful back in Dorkhun.






 Review: 

Wow. Red Sky at Dawn is a stunning book full of action and great characters.  I love this book and how the characters grow along the way and I must say the author has grown along the way in his writing as well

I love how the author, D.A. Adams wrote this book and showed us so many different sides of this story.  While reading this one I was drawn into Roskin's story more then I was in the first book.  The pacing of this story was absolute perfection as well.  I loved how well thought out the plot was too.  

D.A. Adams is a superior author and I can't wait to read more books by him.  (Will actually be posting another review tonight of his third book in this series.)  I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book and read it and once I started reading it, I didn't put it down until it was finished.  It's not a very long read and it took me about a day to finish it.  Oh and I must fair warn you, there is a cliffhanger at the end, but what do you expect it has to lead into the 3rd book right?

Red Sky at Dawn is defiantly even better than the first one oh and I must say I love the artwork in this book.  Bonnie Wasson is an amazing artist!  


Rating:  

Plot: 20/20
Writing: 20/20
Creativity: 19/20
Characters: 19/20
Ending: 10/10
Cover: 10/10

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