Book Review Revenant: The Undead King (Records of the Ohanzee, #5), Rachel R. Smith

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By: Rachel R. Smith

Published: October 31st, 2018

Length: 142 Pages

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Synopsis:

When the dead walk among the living, the Revenant will seize the empty throne.

King Casimer has been defeated, and Nerissa has finally cast aside her guise as Caeneus and triumphantly assumed her rightful role as the Blood of Chiyo. But saving her country from disaster isn’t as simple as retaking the throne.

The prophecy warning of events that will bring about the end of civilization has not yet been fulfilled, and an ancient weapon of untold power is about to be rediscovered. The future of Chiyo, and all of Renatus, depends on Nerissa finding it before her enemies do.

All the while, fires rage throughout the capital city, set by the Senka to undermine the stability of Nerissa’s rule, and rumors of Casimer’s inexplicable survival have begun to swirl. Is it a miracle or something more sinister at work?

Revenant: The Undead King is the fifth book of the Records of the Ohanzee series and book 1 of 3 in the Revenant story arc.

Review:

I waited for what seemed like an eternity for this book to be released. I followed the updates and became even more so excited upon the cover reveal.

The story picks up where it leaves all in all our favorite characters (good and bad) mange to make an appearances in some way or form.

The plot thicken in the most magical way and relationships blossomed. I was blown away by how aesthetically pleasing the writing was. It made it easy to place myself back into the series I have come to love.  And I must say the Rachel did a phenomenal job at adding twisty turns that just left me speechless when the unraveling happened. It was seriously a “OMG DID THAT JUST HAPPEN” moment that blew this novel out of the water.

All I can do now is just patiently wait for the next installment.

 

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