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Summary Goblin King Permafrost #2

Goblin King Permafrost #2 Free download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ The Hunt is over but the War has just begunAgainst all odds Janneke has survived the Hunt for the Stag but all good things come with a cost Lydian might be dead but he took the Stag with him Janneke now holds the mantle while SorenThe Stag Janneke must bring her tormentor back to life if she has hopes of keeping her world alive But the journey is long and hard and this time she won't have Soren for companyLydian might be able to stop the worlds from crumbling but reviving him may cost Janneke the life with Soren she's tried to hard to build After all there can only be one Kin. I received an e ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Review can also be found on Milky Way of BooksI enjoyed the seuel As I had with White Stag this story is filled with mysteries and action and humor as both Janneke and Soren try to navigate their new positions of power and their growing dread as something far sinister threatens Permafrostand the worldThe mix of nordic mythology and the culture of the goblins was fascinating to read and the travels the gang had as they tried to solve the mysteries behind Janneke's dreams and the threat of RagnarokThe ending despite its seemingly good resolve gave me a cliffhanger that was very very terrifying

Kara Barbieri ¶ 5 Free read

The Hunt is over but the War has just begunAgainst all odds Janneke has survived the Hunt for the Stag but all good things come with a cost Lydian might be dead but he took the Stag with him Janneke now holds the mantle while Soren now her eual in every way has become the new Erlking Janneke's powers as the new Stag bring along haunting visions of a. This doesn't contain any real plot spoilers but fair warning in case you prefer to go into a book completely blindI was very excited to pick up Goblin King after White Stag was such a surprise hit for me Any small things I had to criticize about it fell flat in comparison to the interesting take on mythology the ruthlessness of the world and the goblins inhabiting it and the unconventional and intriguing main character that was chosen to tell this tale I enjoyed that Janneke wasn't yet another copypaste bland no personality heroine and that she came with a lot of imperfections and struggles I enjoyed the adventures even though at times it felt like the stakes weren't really as high as they should be but the pacing was good and it helped move the story forward so it worked out for me Unfortunately Goblin King didn't iron out any of the small issues I already had with its predecessor but added onto them It had most of all a very big tonal problem in my opinion The being told it's high stakes but feeling it's low stakes thing is still present and at this point because it doesn't change much it's starting to take away from my enjoyment of the story while reading It's not at all impactful if I just learn about how big and bad a mythological creature in this universe supposedly is if I only learn this information the moment said creature appears on the pageFurther the Permafrost is harsh and cold and grim and seemingly pretty far removed from our current society Why is it then that it feels like I'm still listening to a 17 year old teenager from any random city in the States and her found family loving group of friends instead of a 100 year old trauma hardened supernatural being and her band of warriors advisors and her king This story touches on so many heavy topics mental and physical abuse rape torture eating disorders and various other mental health aspects as well as the recovery and the relapsing that are tied to them and I have no problem with using a little humor to brighten up this otherwise rather grimdark atmosphere but it felt too childish at times monster cock jokes where no monster cock jokes needed to be clarification in reference to an actual rooster like being but come on ' calling each other limp noodles and so on Do you even have noodles in your world It's just an example of course but things like this REALLY took me out of the story and made it so much less immersive than it otherwise could have been and thus stood in such stark contrast to the rest of the story that it simply didn't work for me Like I said tonal problem I didn't enjoy the writing as much in this one either and felt like I was being told every single development with the characters rather than being shown it I've been thinking this in book one sometimes too but maybe not as much Here it becomes especially apparent between Janneke and Soren and the ups and downs in their relationship but also between the side characters It's not necessary to spell out what someone means with a certain action every time and neither is it necessary to elaborate on every thought that Janneke has Since we're stuck inside her head anyways I'd prefer to be allowed to interpret some of her ideas and feelings on my own Same goes for Soren's thoughts and actions which also get explained to us in great detail by Janneke nearly every timeI'm starting to think simply adding multiple POVs would have been beneficial Both to make following different people's standpoints organic and because as the story progresses Janneke becomes and unlikeable and I could honestly use some fresh air so to speak Her constant psychology lectures on Soren and on his mistakes and faults as if she's figured it all out are all the grating to read when she has the exact same problems and possibly makes even bigger mistakes and uestionable choices in their relationship Especially when it comes to eye to eye communication and forgiveness I like imperfect main characters but Janneke's level of hypocrisy is a little too much for me at times Ocassionally it felt like I was reading the author's own personal thoughts on certain topics rather than the characters' and that too took me out of the story because it wasn't just woven in like I'd expect it to it read like story cut to a paragraph of personal notes story And just to clarify I'm not bothered by an author trying to send a personal message about a topic that might be close to their heart obviously I'm just bothered by the way it was inserted here because it caused a disruption in the flow of the book Also side note Where did Diaval come from all of a sudden Her introduction could have been made a little impactful imho As it stands I want to care about her and Janneke's relationship but I have a hard time finding reasons to emotionally invest because I still feel like I have no idea who she even isAfter all that I have to say that I did like the general plot very much still and I plan to continue reading the series But Goblin King wasn't my favorite in the Permafrost saga so farFavorite moments Hel's trials especially the third That one really hurt backstory on LydianThank you for this ARC to Wednesday Books and Netgalley

Free download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¶ Kara Barbieri

Goblin King Permafrost #2World thrown into chaos and the ghost of Lydian taunts her with the riddles he spoke of when he was aliveWhen Janneke discovers the truth of Lydian and his madness she's forced to see her tormentor in a different light for the first time The world they know is dying and Lydian may hold the key to saving it Torn between her feelings and her duty as. ARC received This series is so compelling to me I've thought about the first one often since reading it last year One of the memorable goblin fantasies out there Thank you to the publisher via NetGalley for my copy in exchange for an honest review