Review: The Hunter and The Mage by Kaitlyn Davis

The Hunter and The Mage by by Kaitlyn Davis

Series: The Raven and the Dove #2

The Hunter and the Mage - Kaitlyn Davis

Synopsis

Return to the world of The Raven and the Dove, where winged people rule the skies, a lost kingdom lives at sea, and two star-crossed lovers hold the fate of each in their palms. Perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas, Sabaa Tahir, and Leigh Bardugo!

A mage written in prophecy…

When Lyana wakes in the Sea of Mist, adventure is the first thing on her mind. But between her unruly new magic and an unyielding young king, the world below comes with more responsibility than she ever dreamed. An entire civilization exists within the fog, and its survival depends entirely on her.

A hunter forged in blood…

Adrift at sea on a ship full of strangers, Rafe fights to cope with his new reality. He’ll do anything to return to the sky and the people he left behind. When a surprising offer comes his way, he instantly accepts, sparing no time to consider the consequences.

Loyalties are tested and an ancient war begins anew…

With rebellion in her heart, Cassi defies her king and befriends the prince she’s been ordered to kill. Oblivious to the threat, Xander welcomes her into his inner circle, determined to rescue his mate. As one works to help and the other to hinder, an ancient enemy stirs, forcing Cassi to choose between trusting the man who broke her heart and turning her back on everything she’s ever known.

Goodreads

Order The Hunter and The Mage here: Kindle

Review 

This sequel is amazing, this world is fantastic and I’m officially obsessed with this series.

After The Raven and The Dove‘s ending, I was so anxious to start The Hunter and The Mage. I was happy that it started up right where the first book ended. It was a roller-coaster and I read it in a day. Couldn’t stop!

The multiple POVs kept me enraptured by the story, the details about the magic system, the world above and the world below painted a perfect picture of Lyanna’s world and Malek’s world. The world building is so impressive, there’s so many distinctive details between the worlds and the dynamics are so different and vivid. Both worlds are stunning with amazing characters, a rich detailed magic system and an ancient mysterious prophecy about a queen and a king that can save both worlds.

This story is breathtaking and captivating, with flawed, wonderful and, at times, infuriating characters. Rafe and Xander are definitely my favorites and I devoured their POVs. Lyanna was a little off balance at the beginning of the story, which was understandable, fortunately she really shined through the story and grew into an amazing, strong heroine. I really loathe Malek, can’t stand the way he controlled everyone and how he justified his actions for the sake of the greater good. Cassi… Well, Cassi was the most infuriating character ever! Especially because I don’t want to care for her but then she did a few noble actions here and there and I ended up caring again, you know?

I loved The Hunter and The Mage, I think it’s a beautifully written tale of magic, love, friendship, survival and unexpected twists. I’m in love with this compelling series and I’m really looking forward to the next book. Highly recommended, a top favorite of 2020.

Rating

                              cup  cup  cup  cup  cup

7 thoughts on “Review: The Hunter and The Mage by Kaitlyn Davis

Add yours

  1. I’m so glad to hear that this second book is living up to the great reviews I saw with the first. I’m really hoping to read The Raven and the Dove soon. I can’t believe I haven’t gotten to it yet.

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: