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An enemy rises, driven by radical beliefs and armed with destructive weapons. The Wardens must respond.

Urgency forces ICON to accelerate the training of their new recruits, for a new Empire has captured the eastern kingdoms and seeks to conquer all of Issalia. If the Empire succeeds, magic users will be persecuted. The Wardens might be the only hope of stopping the enemy and preventing the end of Chaos.

Everson is a gadgeteer, tasked with harnessing a magical power source. Leveraging his brilliance, he enhances existing machines and creates new inventions that astound his superiors.

His next amazing discovery might save lives...or it could destroy them.

Destined to become an espion, Quinn hones her skills in preparation of her first mission. Intense training, combined with her fierce determination and fearless nature, transforms her into something more. Something lethal.

And, then, she finds herself alone and surrounded by enemies in a land far from home.

Joined by magic-wielding royal twins and a small group of veterans, these individuals shall become Issalia's shield against monsters and tyranny. Regardless of what occurs, ICON must remain vigilant.

The Empire's machinations extend far beyond what anyone suspects.

©2018 Fallbrandt Press (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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  • 09-06-20

I quite enjoyed the first book...

A Warden's Purpose started with an interesting premise, two siblings from a humble background, trying to make it in the big city, a familiar trope, well done. It was focused, the story progressed and I was left wanting more.

3 hours into book 2 and I'm not going to continue. The author clearly has no idea what story they want to write, I'm left skipping chapters about random characters I don't care about (instead of 2 points of view, we have 5 or 6 in the first third of the book) - I could have forgiven the author if the focus had been on the new twins, but this was sadly not the case.