**Disclaimer: I received an Advanced Reader Copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. This in no way impacted my review.**
This review contains spoilers.
Trained her entire life to hunt and kill demons, seventeen-year-old Teagan Ronan has always been proud to be training as a Defender for the Shedim. When a training injury sidelines her, she is forced to mentor a new student against her will.
Damien Conroy was raised on the run, hiding from the Shedim authorities. After his mother’s brutal murder, he is captured and forced into the Shedim rank and file. Teagan must struggle to overcome his hostility in order to preserve her grade and her standing in class.
When students start to die, Teagan is forced to admit Damien may not be entirely wrong about the darker side of the Shedim. She needs to figure out who is responsible for the deaths—and if Damien is one of them—before she’s the next casualty.
Publication Date: August 19, 2018.
So I’m a sucker for Myths and Mythology. And when I heard of Children of the Forgotten Gods, I was immediately suckered in by that title. And the synopsis is not too shabby, either. AKA, this is me admitting that I was incredibly interested in reading Children of the Forgotten Gods. Continue reading →