Book Review: In the Days

In the Days: A Tale of the Forgotten Continent by Andy Peloquin: The Empire of Atlantis: the most powerful nation in the world. Peace reigns across the continent, and an age of prosperity and enlightenment has made the Empire the center of the globe.

But, beneath the peaceful fa├žade of life in the Imperial City, trouble is brewing. Assassins lurk in the shadows, intrigue abounds in the court of the Empress. Will political ambitions topple the House of Tah, or could the threat be one much more sinister in nature? Dark forces threaten the land, and the future of the Empire is at stake.

One man is shown a glimpse into the future--a future that could be, or the future that is destined to come?

This is the tale of the last days of the great Empire - the Empire that the world forgot. This is the story of Atlantis, in the days when it ceased to be.

Jordynn's thoughts: This book is a different genre than I am use to but the story was interesting. The reason this book got 3 hearts was that it took me a while to get into this story. There was a lot of action in this book which builds excitement and makes you feel you are there with the soldiers. The book was written in first person which I liked because I felt like I got to know the characters well. The downside to this book was that the chapters were short so it changes characters very quickly which sometimes added confusion.

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