Monday, 23 July 2012

FANTASY REVIEW: Dragon Aocalypse 2: Hush - James Maxey

Release Date: 05/07/12


The invulnerable, super-strong warrior Infidel has a secret: she’s lost her magical powers right at the moment when she needs them most. To keep a promise to a fallen friend, she must journey to the frozen wastelands of the north.

Her quest leads her through the abstract realms of the Sea of Wine, where she uncovers a conspiracy that threatens all life. Hush, the primal dragon of cold, has formed an alliance with the ghost of a vengeful witch to murder Glorious, the dragon of the sun, plunging the world into an unending winter night.

Without her magical strength, can Infidel possibly survive her battle with Hush? If she fails to save Glorious, will the world see another morning?


I’ve had a lot of fun with James Maxey with his Dragon titles prior to this, the second instalment of the Dragon Apocalypse. What unfurls within is a story that fantasy readers will love with solid prose, some decent swordplay and did I mention the high point of magnificent breasts, I mean beasts. (Then again with James Maxey either applies. LOL)

Add to this a high octane pace backed up with an author who knows what the reader wants and gives it to them in spade which all in gives you a good bit of fun for your buck that will take readers of a certain age back to the Forgotten Realms days.

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