A God of Gods (Dreams of Chaos Series Book #3) by Ashley Chappell – Review by Angela Hayes

A God of Gods (Dreams of Chaos, #3)A God of Gods by Ashley Chappell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars


God of Gods is the third book in the Dreams of Chaos series by Ashley Chappell. It is a Young Adult fantasy packed with action, adventure, mythology, magic, gods, mystical creatures, different realms/worlds… and so much more.
Trotter is struggling with her destiny. This book sees her having to make difficult choices and managing huge responsibilities. Once again, she is caught up in life and death situations that will test her like never before. This is a high stakes adventure that will keep you turning the pages to find out what happens and there is so much going on in this book- it’s an adventure from start to finish.
I thought this story was even darker and a much more of a mature read than the first two books, which I really like. Again, Ms. Chappell did a great job creating a rich and unique world(s), and building wonderful backstory, myths and in-depth lore around this imaginative tale. Her storytelling is creative, imaginative, detailed and descriptive.
The character development is quite good, the story abounds with interesting, unique and quirky characters.
Great addition to the series!

Thank you, Ms. Chappell!

Reviewed by @angelahayes


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A God of Gods (Dreams of Chaos, #3) by Ashley Chappell – Review by Naomi McDonald

A God of Gods (Dreams of Chaos, #3)A God of Gods by Ashley Chappell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A God of Gods is the third book in the Dreams of Chaos series. It is highly recommended that you read the first two books before you read this one. If you read this one without reading the previous ones, you will not have all of the background that you need.

I love this series! The characters have depth and the story is engaging. My favorite characters at this point are Prowler and Erwin for their sarcastic humor, Miskarot for her no-nonsense, tell-it-like-it-is attitude, and Eric because he is finding out that his past does not define his character. I also really enjoyed the evolution of Eric and Ali’s relationship, and the way that Crane steps up to acknowledge his connection to Trotter.

Trotter and her friends have been through a lot in the span of the first two books. They have been successful at facing evil. But, now the darkness threatens to end existence and it wants to use Trotter to bring it about. Whereas before they were relying on something larger than themselves to help them fight, now they realize that the gods are nearly powerless against this new enemy. There is one answer that may save them all, but there is a high price to pay.

A God of Gods pushes all of the feeling buttons, at least for me it did. Laughter, sorrow, anger, love, adventure, betrayal…this book has it all.

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