Book Review #145: Daemoneum

Author: Laney McMann

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy, Teens & Young Adults

Language: English 

Series, if any: The Primordial Principles, Book 2

Publisher: Jagged Lane Books

Date of publication: 1 July 2016

No. Of pages: 361

In the second installment of The Primordial Principles, Kade and Cole will face new challenges that will test their relationship. Literally the fate of the world reata on how they stand together. 


Usually qhen it comes to series, it takes a while before you catchup on the entirety of the series. This was an entirely fortunate coincidence where two consecutive installments were right there for grabs for ARC. 

The plot basically takes off from the epilogue of the first book and strives to maintain the same level of excitement and intensity. There is definite character development evident in the second installment as compared to the first book, especially of the secondary characters which definitely adds another dimension to the book. 

Compared to the intrigue and fantasy factor of the first book, this one presents a more tamer and romantic approach to the cover image, making it a leas of a science fiction and more of a women’s fiction. 

My opinion: 
I will still maintain my candid opinion of the series approaching a more twilight reloaded technique with how the characters are framed and how they interact with each other. 

My rating: 3 out of 5


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