As dismal as this world is, I love the way Kahler portrayed it. It's definitely not a place I would want to live in.
I really enjoyed how Kahler mixed two different genres. We have magic that only certain people, knows as the Hunters, can wield. The magic is based on elements, and I love reading books that have this aspect. The characters are also dealing with a post-apocalyptic world. This isn't an idea I've seen in books, and it intrigued me. Both of these aspects go hand in hand. There is also an emphasis on light and dark magic, and how it affects those that use it.
I admire Tenn. He doesn't seem like someone who is very strong, but he doesn't know what he's capable of. He also does the right thing. He doesn't let people just take care of themselves if he can help. I just wish he could let the guilt go. The monsters in this book are horrific. It's hard to see past the fact that these creatures were human once. I also enjoyed many of the secondary characters. Each one has a role they play in Tenn's life.
I can't wait to see what is next for Tenn, and if he's prepared to deal with what is to come.
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