[culturel Books] DOC The Inquisition: Book 2 (Summoner) author Taran Matharu

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ONE BOYS POWER TO SUMMON DEMONS WILL CHANGE THE FATE OF AN EMPIRE More demons epic battles and fights to the death introducing the unmissable next instalment in the New York Times bestselling Summoner TrilogyOn trial for a crime he did not commit Fletcher must face the Inuisition who will decide his future the process is gruelling lead by those who will do anything to see him suffer and haunted by ghosts from the past with clues to Fletchers tragic origi. One year has passed since the ending of the first book Without spoiling it the solution to Fletcher s situation seems to be of an excuse to let him age a year off pageNevertheless the story itself draws the reader in without pulling them out too much I rather enjoyed how the author was able to round out the world as well as the people who populated You will get to see plenty of action and a dash of romance and tragedy The Twist are pretty awesome however the author once again leaves the story on a cliffhanger Thankfully the third and final book of the trilogy is already out It does make me think that in the future I might wait until the author actually publishes an entire series if he continues with the Cliffhanger endingsIn my opinion series such as these are like one book rather than 3 Thankfully I am a fan of Epic fiction so long stories or books does not bother me


The Inquisition: Book 2 (Summoner)

Ns But Fletcher has little time to dwell on these new revelations when the king announces a deadly challenge to the graduating students at Vocans One that involves entering Orc territory to complete a risky mission With loyal demons by their sides commoners and nobles dwarves and elves must overcome barriers of class and race and work together to triumph The reward a fortune in gold the safety of an empire and PEACEWith the entire empire watching Fletche. I ll admit I had this book on my Kindle and then sort of forgot about it for awhile Once I finished up the 2nd book in the Trials of Apollo review forthcoming I dove right back into this one I remember enjoying the different twist on magic that the first book introduced and it continues in this one The second book in the series expands the cast of characters a little yet still manages to focus on our main heroes The author does a good job of writing the fight scenes and the dialogue that the characters have with each other feels natural and not forced The third book in the series is out now and I intend to starting reading it ASAP All and all a good fantasy read

Taran Matharu ☆ 1 SUMMARY

R has much to prove but there are those out to get him and it soon becomes clear that theres a traitor in their midst trying to thwart the mission and create unrest within the Empire With everything stacked against him Fletcher must use everything in his power to fight his way to victoryBONUS MATERIAL Find out about Demons in an illustrated DEMONOLOGY exclusive to this paperback edition Friendship loyalty magic and political intrigue beckon The Bookselle. This book and this entire series was a huge surprise for me I had very average expectations for it but I have to say that this trilogy is strong in all fronts It has good characters and character development A well built world a solid story and good amounts of suspense with non obvious resolutions

13 thoughts on “The Inquisition: Book 2 (Summoner)

  1. says:

    One year has passed since the ending of the

  2. says:

    Matharu is a skilled world builder, really did his research in presenting mythical beasts from around the world and his magic system is unique. I couldn't put this book down and thought the pacing was great and the use of r

  3. says:

    Omg, I absolutely loved this second book! It took me at least a chapter or so to get back in the swing of things because I totally forgot that Fletcher was captured and imprisoned. But once I got through that, this was hard to put down.

    I ended up hating even characters in this second installment, loving new ones an

  4. says:

    I cant even describe how much I hate Rook, Didric, and the Forsyths. They get on my nerves ugh!!!!! But again Fletcher and his friends are freaking amazing. And holy cow about Fletcher's parentage 😱 but it explains so much. Im so glad that the king likes Fletcher and is trying to make a difference. That ending though. A twist i d

  5. says:

    A few months ago I picked up book one. I couldn't put it down, loved the characters so much I went and preordered this seque

  6. says:

    I'll admit, I had this book on my Kindle and then sort of forgot about it for awhile. Once I finished up the 2nd book in t

  7. says:

    A great continuation to a great series!! The beginning events threw me for a loop and I was really worried for Fletcher,

  8. says:

    This book and this entire series was a huge surprise for me. I had very average expectations for it but I have to say that this trilogy is strong in all fronts. It has good characters and character development. A well built

  9. says:

    ‘O wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world that has such people in’t.’ (Shakespeare ‘The Tempest” V:1; 182 4)

    ‘The Inquisition’ is the sequel to ‘The Novice’, Book 1 of ‘The Summoner’ series. The cliff hanger at the end of Book 1 left Fletcher, after a successful year at Vocans, the school for Demonology, i suddenly confronted

  10. says:

    Ahhh! This was such a brilliant sequel to The Novice. Honestly, this is one of the best book series I've read in a long time. I absolutely adored the first book and was a little apprehensive going into this one as often the

  11. says:

    This is simply an amazing read! I don't normally write reviews but after reading this book, I just had to!!

    Now I will not give much away but it has the perfect balance of excitement, adrenaline, magic, curiosity/wonder and courage. These books will relate to you (no matter who you are) and really does relate to

  12. says:

    Having loved the beginning of Fletcher's journey in THE NOVICE, I couldn't wait for this second installment! And as someon

  13. says:

    I loved Summoner: The Novice, however this sequel is nowhere near as good. The book feels very drawn out, slow paced and, quite frankly, bori