Book Review A Chronicle of Chaos

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a-chronicle-of-chaos-by-d-m-cainTitle: A Chronicle of Chaos

Author: D.M. Cain

Genre: Fantasy

“The new book in DM Cain’s epic Light and Shadow fantasy series certainly plunges us in at the deep end. The heart of this book—its true essence—is prejudice and love, persistence, and stubbornness.” Stewart Bint, author of In Shadows Waiting and Timeshaft. A brutal war has raged for centuries. The Brotherhood of Shadow and The Children of Light each yearn to rule the planet and will stop at nothing to defeat the other. Now, from the deepest bowels of Hell, the Brotherhood has summoned demons to fight for them. The demons could end the war once and for all, if only the Brotherhood can keep them under control. Prophecy, destiny, honour, and glory: Chaos, a soldier in The Children of Light, fights in the name of all these things and could achieve them if he wasn’t so arrogant. He believes he is the best warrior in the land, until a fateful coincidence puts him at the mercy of the demon, Anathema. The two warriors, demon and human, strike up an intense rivalry, but their obsession to destroy one another only leads them closer together. When the forces of Heaven and Hell collide, where will their loyalties lie?

In A Chronicle of Chaos, The Brotherhood of Shadow fights against The Children of Light – each eager to rule the planet. The Brotherhood has summoned demons to help them, but struggles to keep them under control. Chaos is a soldier for the Children of Light. He’s arrogant, and that arrogance might destroy him, especially when coincidence puts him at the mercy of Anathema, a demon. Both of them are eager to destroy one another, but this only brings them closer together…

I had no idea I would enjoy this book so much, but I did. I loved Chaos, even if he was so stubbornly arrogant! The world building was excellent too, and the writing flowed really well. Loved it!

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