Recommended for Ages: 18+
Suitable for Ages: 18-25
Warnings: Slavery, Violence, Murder, Inhumane Treatment
Half-Blood is the prequel to the Ilyon Chronicles that answers the questions that we all have about one of the main characters Jace. Jace is the mysterious character, the character who has seen the most blood, trauma, and heartbreak. He’s the character that makes us wonder how he continues to serve God after all he’s been through. And this is the book that tells all.
This series is one that I am interested in following until the end. This (to my knowledge) is a six part series by Jaye L. Knight that currently has 3 books out. (Not counting Half-Blood. Can someone say bonus?!)
Character Development 5/5
This entire book is wrapped around the development of Jace and how he goes from downtrodden and abused slave, to a man of God. This is an absolutely beautiful story, and I really love how Knight wrote it for the fans. If you’re looking for a great story of overcoming, then this is definitely for you.
Not deviating from her three prior books, Knight keeps her writing distinct, consistent, and it keeps me wanting more.
Again, Knight manages to tell a centuries old tale, (underdog) with a great spin.
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About the Ilyon Chronicles:
Ilyon Chronicles is a six book, non-magical Christian fantasy series geared toward new adults (ages 18-25+).
About the Author:
Jaye L. Knight is an award-winning author, homeschool graduate, and shameless tea addict with a passion for Christian fantasy. Armed with an active imagination and love for adventure, Jaye weaves stories of truth, faith, and courage with the message that even in the deepest darkness, God’s love shines as a light to offer hope. She has been penning stories since the age of eight and resides in the Northwoods of Wisconsin.
Author Website: http://www.jayelknight.com/
Series Website: http://www.ilyonchronicles.com/
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review, all opinions are my own.