Thundersword (Guardians Inc., #2)
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Thundersword (Guardians Inc. #2)

4.19 of 5 stars 4.19  ·  rating details  ·  94 ratings  ·  11 reviews

The search for the Book of Concord is on the brink of failure.

Guardians Inc. can’t move without being followed by the Azure Guard, and the balance between Magic and Technology has begun to shift giving Magical creatures a stronger hold in our world.

With new enemies arising and old alliances breaking up, the Guardians need an urgent vict...more
Paperback, 419 pages
Published October 10th 2012 by Createspace (first published September 20th 2012)
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Feb 04, 2013 Katy rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: fans of YA paranormal fiction, Urban Fantasy
Shelves: borrowed-to-read
Please note: Originally read and reviewed Dec. 30, 2012. Just fixing some errors I noticed when I was re-reading my review.

Book Info: Genre: Urban Fantasy
Reading Level: Young Adult
Recommended for: Fans of YA urban fantasy, intricate world-building

My Thoughts: I’m so happy I had decided to do a Amazon Prime test so I was able to borrow and read this book right after Cypher, the first book in this series (review here where formatting allowed), which I just loved. This second book in the series is...more
I read the first book last week and was happy to find that a 2nd book had been written.
This is young adult teen fiction, based on mythology.
The main character, Thomas reluctantly accepts a job at a strange library. During the course of events he soon learns that he can read any written language, ancient or modern.
He also learns that his beloved Grandfather has the same ability.

Taken by the "bad team" Thomas accepts the role of guardian and the quest of finding a mysterious book, but his real pur...more
The first book was great and this one is even more amazing. If you love mythology, magic and action you should consider reading both Guardians Inc. Books.
Thomas and his team are looking for clues to find the Book of Concord, but they are not alone. The Azure Guard is right behind them each step of the way. Now Thomas has to find a way to shake them off.

I've noticed some people who seem to think Thomas acts too young. I think that they've been reading too much YA fiction, in which teens are pret...more
This sequel to the cypher will have you wanting for more. Tom wants to stop his grandfather from spying on him. First he visits a dark man or dealmaker (I think) who gives him a start to stop. Then Tom visits some cursed people and then travels to Asgard (Yeah I know) and learns a very valuable lesson trying to stop the war between fauns (Yeah I know) and humans. Highly recommended book and keep reading!
Second book in the series. I'm still deciding if I like it or not. Definitely young adult lit but waivers between really young and older young. Has some familiar themes, but takes them in new directions.
Gary Varney
A good read... lots of action... a few grammatical errors between 300-330... And a dramatic twist of events that I am not sure was totally needed, but there is another book in the series so we will see...
Gene Rosso
really enjoying this series
Rosemary Daly
I am truly enjoying this series. Fast moving, compelling and love the characters.
This series is surprisingly good for a nearly free book. There are a lot of mistakes, but how much can you complain about in a nearly free book?
This sequel had some swearing in it, but still a fun and interesting read. I am looking forward to the next installment.
Great Sequel!
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