Flesh and Bone (Blood of Kaos #3) by Nesa Miller – Review by Sarah Oakes

Flesh and Bone (Blood of Kaos Series, Book III)Flesh and Bone by Nesa Miller
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A great read about family. Dar, the High Lord of Kaos and a powerful warrior, has been kidnapped by the enemy and taken to another realm. Desperate to save him, his wife Etain and her friends risk everything to get him out alive. But they underestimate the demon and their plan goes wrong. Can they make it out alive and stop the demons?
A great read. Well developed plot with twists and turns that I just couldn’t put down. Well characters like Etain brave and reckless but still compassionate underneath or Dar as sarcastic but also kind underneath. Great cast of supporting characters like the gruff Inferno or the eager Taurnil or the kind hearted Spirit. Wonderful villain in Dathmet that will send shivers uo your spine with his love of cruelty wonderfully written.
I loved the visual detail throughout the novel in particular with the contrasting reds and blacks of the castle and the skulls on the turrets to give it a gothic grotesque feel perfectly written. Or the forest with its shadows and tall trees and sense of magic. Or the detail put into Etains wings with bright silvers and feathers and talons wonderfully written for a sense of awe and wonder and power. Or the weapons room made to be deadly but also beautiful at the same time perfectly written.
A brilliant addition to the fantasy genre with a family of characters that think and feel aand are more than just warriors. I loved the sense of word building in the novel with different races and people with their own rules and societies and languages and unique magical abilities alongside realms and portals expanding on it. Overall, a great read and I would give it five stars.

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