Kingdom of the Damned by Tricia Copeland – Review by Erin Wolf

Kingdom of the DamnedKingdom of the Damned by Tricia Copeland
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I give Kingdom of the Damned: Provocation (Kingdom Journals) by Tricia Copeland, 5 stars.

Anne’s whole vampire family was murdered by witches when she was just a child. Luckily, she saved by a wonderful woman and they flee to start anew. There they live a quiet life among the humans. As a young adult, her life is again turned upside down. She knows that in order for the supernatural beings to survive, they need to stop fighting one another. So she starts out on a journey to reach every clan and ask for peace. This takes her on a journey spanning hundreds of years and unbelievable distances. Along the way, she makes many allies, along with life-long friends. She makes enemies too. But the things she learns is worth it. Can she bring peace?

This book is incredible. It cover an incredible amount of time and hits on many important events that happened. Twisting them a bit to include both witches and vampires is ingenious. Not to mention how well the author has done it. She weaves a story that draws you in and makes you believe. I still can’t believe how well it was done. And Anne — wow. She is such a perfect lead character. She has flaws, like any good character, but she learns from them. She lives with her heart, and the growth she goes through really makes you feel for her. She has had such tragedies in her life, but she has never given up.

This book incredible in so many ways and I recommend this to all lovers of books.

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Review by @erinwolf79

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