Length: 76 pages Published: 1 October 2015
In this novella from USA TODAY bestselling author Karpov Kinrade, experience the events of House of Ravens through the eyes of Andriy Zorin.
“I thought Nyx was gone,” she says.
Zorin opens the ancient coffin, revealing a black cloak and white mask.
“I must be him again. One last time.”
Night of Nyx is 2.5 in The Nightfall Chronicles series. It is a short story and takes place during House of Ravens but from Andriy Zorin’s pov.
This short story offers plenty of action allowing us to experience a fight through the eyes of a true warrior.
We also learn more of Zorin’s past which so far has been kept a secret from us. Love and heartbreak is a recurring feature in his long life. It certainly gives you a deeper connection to him and a will for things to become better.
While I enjoyed this story there were moments of repetitiveness. Certain scenes and conversations were repeated pretty much word for word from House of Ravens and I found myself wanting to skim over those parts so I could get to the new material.
The parts of the story I enjoyed the most were the few moments of narrative from the pov of Varian. Throughout House of Ravens I wanted to learn more of him. He is a very clever man and his mind has always been a puzzle I’ve wanted to piece together and his moments of narrative in Night of Nyx allowed me to start that puzzle.
Night of Nyx is a great fit in The Nightfall Chronicles series, allowing the reader to experience this exciting world through the eyes of some of our favourite characters.
About the Authors
Karpov Kinrade is the pen name for the husband and wife writing duo of USA TODAY bestselling, award-winning authors Lux Kinrade and Dmytry Karpov.
Together, they write fantasy and science fiction.
Look for more from Karpov Kinrade in The Nightfall Chronicles, Shattered Islands and The Forbidden Trilogy.
They live with three little girls who think they’re ninja princesses with super powers and who are also showing a propensity for telling tall tales and using the written word to weave stories of wonder and magic.