Release Date: 26th April 2017
Genre: Dystopian, Speculative Fiction, Fantasy
Edition: E-book (mobi)
Publisher: Book Baby
In exile from his homeland…
As a mercenary, Tijodrin has wandered far and wide, and now his travels have
brought him to the great city of Hohvenlor, a city he knows well. He quickly finds
himself caught up in a fierce rivalry that threatens to destroy two powerful
merchant families and turn the streets of Hohvenlor into a battlefield.
Within the city walls, Tijodrin will find danger in many forms. Can he survive
the endless plots of the vengeful merchants and the swords of their bloodthirsty
henchmen, as well as the lurking daggers of the shadowy assassin’s guild??
From Wrath To Ruin by Justin Enos is an action-packed dystopian fantasy book with a unique plot.
I’ve read a lot of speculative and dystopian books, but this is the first time I’m reading a mix of in a fast-paced fantasy setting, and I must say it was a very unique and a quite enjoyable experience. I wasn’t able to overly relate or connect to the main protagonist, but I cared enough for him and the other characters to read till the end and was happy with the way it ended.
The best about this book was the element of surprise and unpredictable action. The tension and pacing were high and fast respectively and the overall plot progression was good too. I had a bit of a trouble getting into the flow of the writing initially, but after a couple of pages, I was in for good.
I’d recommend this book to readers who like fast paced stories packed with lots of heady action.
2 thoughts on “Book Review: From Wrath To Ruin by Justin Enos”
Sounds like a solid read 🙂
Yeah, it was. Thanks for visiting! 🙂