Myths and Mortals (Numina Trilogy #2)

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Myths and Mortals (Numina Trilogy #2) Wall Street Journal bestselling author Charlie N Holmberg builds her bewitching world of beasts and betrayal as the Numina Series continues.Sandis has escaped Kazen s grasp, but she finds herself unmoored, reeling from her thief friend Rone s betrayal.Kazen has been hurt but not stopped, and he ll do anything to summon the monster that could lay waste to the entire world Sandis knows she must be the one to stop him, but with her own trusted numen now bound to another, and finding herself with no one she can trust, she is in desperate need of allies Rone seems determined to help her, but Sandis has no intention of letting him get close to her again What she doesn t know is how much Rone gave up to protect her Or how much he is willing to give up to keep her safe.As chaos mounts, Sandis must determine whom to trust After all, the lines between enemy and ally have never been less clear and corruption lurks in the most unlikely of places. Best Read Books Myths and Mortals (Numina Trilogy #2) author Charlie N. Holmberg – theheartwork.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Myths and Mortals (Numina Trilogy #2)

  1. Tricia Levenseller says:

    I love this new trilogy Charlie has done a fabulous job on these books They re unlike anything I ve ever read

  2. Jennifer Gaarder says:

    Read my reviews at jenchaosreviews.comReview Sandis has escaped Kazen s clutches, Rone has lost his Amarinth in a dirty deal, Rone s mother is safely in another country and Irith is now bound to another In Myths and Mortals By Charlie N Holmberg, action, intrigue, betrayal , and fear mounts as Sandis and Rone discover that Kazen is still alive and well and still trying to summon forth a world ending monster.Sandis is now living with a long lost uncle who is not the greatest when it comes to fa Read my reviews at jenchaosreviews.comReview Sandis has escaped Kazen s clutches, Rone has lost his Amarinth in a dirty deal, Rone s mother is safely in another country and Irith is now bound to another In Myths and Mortals By Charlie N Holmberg, action, intrigue, betrayal , and fear mounts as Sandis and Rone discover that Kazen is still alive and well and still trying to summon forth a world ending monster.S...

  3. Carol (StarAngel& says:

    Book Myths MortalsAuthor Charlie N HolmbergSeries Numina TrilogyPublication Date April 16, 2019Genre FantasyType Part of SeriesRating 4 out of 5 Stars Complimentary copy generously provided by the author NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.My Thoughts Story I read Smoke Summons back in January as a First Read throughand instantly fell in love with this story and couldn t wait to get my hands on the second book of this series What a surprise I had wh Book Myths MortalsAuthor Charlie N HolmbergSeries Numina TrilogyPublication Date April 16, 2019Genre FantasyType Part of SeriesRating 4 out of 5 Stars Complimentary copy generously provided by the author NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.My Thoughts Story I read Smoke Summons back in January as a First Read throughand instantly fell in love with this story and couldn t wait to get my hands on the second book of this series What a surprise I had when I saw it on NetGalley and was approved for an ARC I couldn t download it fast enough and put all other reading aside to get into the story.I absolutely love Ms Holmberg s writing and instantly connect with all of the charact...

  4. Dany says:

    We travel with Rone and Sandis where we left off in Smoke and Summons.Kazen on loose , Riggers and Grafters on the chase , Sandis and Rone have muchto run from before they even think of making up to each other.Myths and mortals started off kinda slow but thankfully didn t have the second book syndrome The plot wasn t mainstream but Charlie managed to keep us in the edge of the kindle or page lol 24 7.Sandis and Rone had a lot of issues to go through while running and hiding and chasin We travel with Rone and Sandis where we left off in Smoke and Summons.Kazen on loose , Riggers and Grafters on the chase , Sandis and Rone have muchto run from before they even think of making up to each other.Myths and mortals started off kinda slow but thankfully didn t have the second book syndrome The plot wasn t mainstream but Charlie managed to keep us in the edge of the kindle or page lol 24 7.Sandis and Rone had a lot of issues to go through while running and hiding and chasing We meet a lot of characters on the way old and new Bastien is one of them He is another fellow vessel and a real...

  5. Erika says:

    Thanks to NetGalley, the publisher, and author for the chance to read early for an honest review This story was great I wasn t able to finish Smoke Summons before starting this, but that didn t matter because there was enough back story catch up to get the gist of what was going on from the last one, and then the story was off and running again I loved Rone and Sandis and Bastien, the new vessel I felt bad for Rone and the tough choice he had to make at the end of the first book that Thanks to NetGalley, the publisher, and author for the chance to read early for an honest review This story was great I wasn t able to finish Smoke Summons before starting this, but that didn t matter because there was enough back story catch up to get the gist of what was going on from the last one, a...

  6. Kyra says:

    Thanks netgalley for the ARCAll I can say is I loved this book It was exciting, fun and entertaining It was so original and new that it was a fun read.

  7. Anya says:

    We continue further with Sandis and Rone, Kazen, Talbur and the other vessels through betrayal after betrayal They run, they fight and run again until they find out what Kazen intends to do I have to say that I like Rone as a characterthan Sandis Sometimes she doesn t make much sense to me she s afraid to go outside alone and find somewhere to sleep and in further along she s gunning someone down Her character development feels a bit off I enjoyed reading the second installment, but We continue further with Sandis and Rone, Kazen, Talbur and the other vessels through betrayal after betrayal They run, they fight and run again until they find out what Kazen intends to do I have to say that I like Rone as a characterthan Sandis Sometimes she doesn t make much sense to me she s afraid to go outside alone and find somewhere to sleep and in further along she s gunning someone down Her character development feels a bit off I enjoyed reading the second insta...

  8. Arushi says:

    This is a review of the ARC I received from Netgalley Myths and Mortals is an amazing read It keeps the momentum from the first book going and even though there are still elements of running for their lives there is not a single moment that feels repetitive Sandis has finally found her family but her great uncle is not what she had expected At the same time, she can no longer trust Rone His betrayal was too great, cut too deep Rone and Sandis are real people, and you can see the real This is a review of the ARC I received from N...

  9. Katheryn Avila says:

    I ve been waiting for this book since back when I first read Smoke Summons Pre ordered and everything because I loved the first one so much And Holmberg delivered Picking up where the first one left off, Myths Mortals follows the aftermath of Sandis and Rone s struggles in the previous book They do a lottraveling the underbelly of the city, and Sandis comes into her own in a way that didn t happen in the last book Though she still very much depends on Rone, she fights for h I ve been waiting for this book since back when I first read Smoke Summons Pre ordered and everything because I loved the first one so much And Holmberg delivered Picking up where the first one left off, Myths Mortals follows the aftermath of Sandis and Rone s struggles in the previous book They do a lottraveling the underbelly of the city, and Sandis comes into her own in a way that didn t happen in the last book Though she still very much depends on Rone, she fights for her independence and takes command of the power she s always had Her growth into her confidence was really great to see.Rone gets to grow as well, learning from the mistakes he made and letting himself be vulnerable in front of Sandis Though it takes him a while, he finally lets Sandis take the lead and stops trying to be her savior ...

  10. Rebecca says:

    I requested and received a copy for honest review from Netgalley This review contains non detailed spoilers for Smoke Summons, see spoiler free review of the first book here.Sandis has escaped one form of slavery for another Her loyalty to family has bound her to an uncle she never knew, but now that she does she finds herself internally battling her bond of blood with her own ethics She thought getting out and reaching her family would solve everything, but it proves only the beginning I requested and received a copy for honest review from Netgalley This review contains non detailed spoilers for Smoke Summons, see spoiler free review of the first book here.Sandis has escaped one form of slavery for another Her loyalty to family has bound her to an uncle she never knew, but now that she does she finds herself internally battling her bond of blood with her own ethics She thought getting out and reaching her family would solve everything, but it proves only the beginning of her challenges At the same time she still feels for Rone, despite the betrayal that weighs heavy on her, she just can t let go Some soul searching leads her to recognize her true power, Sandis begins to realize family may not be only blood, and rallies others around her toward a mission to save others like her.The first quarter of this is a bit mired in the angst of Sandis feel...