Review of Song of Kai by Karpov Kinrade

Five Stars

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Length: 108 Pages      Published: 28 January 2016


From USA TODAY Bestseller, Karpov Kinrade, comes another epic tale in The Nightfall Chronicles. 

I am the Princess of Ravens, but soon I shall be Queen. I am the keeper of the songs for my people, but soon I must sing the song of the dead for my brother. I am the one the world looks to, but I am also what they fear. 

They just don’t know it yet.

My enemies play a dangerous game. And soon they will regret their dance with the Raven. 

*This is a novel from the point of view of Princess Corinne.

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Mind Blown!

When I heard this story was to be from the point of view of Princess Corinne I was slightly sceptical, as though Corinne was a good character, she wasn’t a favourite of mine. But now? She is officially my star of The Nightfall Chronicles!

Reading from Corinne’s point of view opened my eyes to a whole other side of the series. She is beautiful, graceful and courageous but what struck me most was her strength. She is by far the strongest character in the series and up until now I never realised it.

Song of Kai is thrilling from start to finish and I didn’t want it to end. Yet again Karpov Kinrade have given their readers a whole plethora of emotions to work through, from sadness and longing to anger and fear. 

Your heart will break and your spirit will soar

This book was gifted in exchange for an honest review

About the Author

Karpov Kinrade

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 and The Forbidden Trilogy. If you’re looking for their suspense and romance titles, you’ll now find those under Alex Lux.

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.


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