Apocalypse (Guardians of the Garden Book 2) by Theresa Pocock – Review by Amy Brennan

Apocalypse (Guardians Book II)Apocalypse by Theresa Pocock
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I absolutely adore when an author can continue the story with no ‘what if’s’ between installments. That is exactly what you can expect to get when you pick up this second book in the Guardians of the Garden series. We all know some variation of “The Joneses,’” at least in my opinion. Folks that will do everything and anything they can to get ahead in the world, and not have a care about those that they use to get to where they want to be/what they want to achieve. This story submerses the reader again into the world of Edenia, as Seth decided to move forward in the plan to bring Miriam to them to complete his task so that he can join his sister to potentially save her life. The internal struggles almost amount to struggles that the Edenians’ and the Guardians are experiencing in this action-packed, thrilling ride of an adventure.

I quite enjoyed getting to know the other characters a bit more as well, and the strength that they have individually and as a community, especially when something of importance to all is at risk, such as the Tree of Life. What’s truly spectacular is the introduction of new ideas throughout the novel, and the way that we, the reader, bounce back and forth between a few different characters so that we are able to really get a feel for the overall emotions not only they feel, but the way that we are supposed to feel while deep in the thick of it. I so look forward to reading more by this author, and will be having interesting dreams for a while, I’m sure of it. Pick this up, I guarantee you’ll enjoy it!

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