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Rage of the Dragon King

(Chronicles of Fallhollow #2)

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David and Charlotte paid their dues. They traveled to another realm, battled the Dragon King, recovered the all important magic key to the mage tunnels, and found the heir to the throne of Hirth, as promised. Now it's time to go home. There’s just one problem: the powerful crystals needed to activate the tunnels have been stolen…and David’s parents have mysteriously disapp ...more
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Published October 24th 2017 by Month9Books
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Deanna (Deanna Reads Books)
Oct 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
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This review was originally posted on my review blog Deanna Reads Books
I will try not to post spoilers for this book, but since this is a sequel to In The Shadow of the Dragon King there may be spoilers for the first book. So if you don't want to be spoiled, go read the first book and then come back here later.

I really enjoyed the first novel in J. Keller Ford's FallHollow series, so I was pretty excited when I got the opportunity to read an ARC of the sequel which is publishing at the end of t
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Sheryl Winters
Jan 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: keeper
Not only did I love the sequel but I can't stop from raving about it to my friends. This book .. wow. So many emotions. I expected not to like it as much as the first, and instead.. I loved it even more.

J. Keller Ford is a master storyteller. Her story dragged me into the land and stirred up a maelstrom of emotions. Rage of the Dragon King is a story i'll be re-reading for years to come.
Alexa
Nov 02, 2017 rated it really liked it
Honestly, it’s hard to even know what to say about the plot because it was just so epic. There was always something going on, or recovery from something that had just happened, or trying to prepare for whatever the next crazy thing might be; it was constant. The twists and turns were like nothing I’ve ever seen. For most of them, I didn’t even have an inkling of a guess, they just slapped me out of nowhere. Part of this is because of the characters: the reader follows the kids of the story and t ...more
Emmyjo
Nov 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Dare I say it, but this book is so awesome. Just as great as the first if not better. Keep them coming. I totally want more of this adventure and with that ending... This adventure finds them in David's home town with Eric in tow. Things aren't as they seem and David and Charlotte realize this only to soon. Eric just wants to do his quest. However Eric going to school is great I think. And the secrets are not like little secrets either in this book.
I really don't want to give anything away, how
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Traci Kenworth
Oct 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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Traci Kenworth

Rage of the Dragon King by J. Keller Ford. Oct. 24, 2017. I was given an arc by the publisher.

David and Charlotte paid their dues. They traveled to another realm, battled the Dragon King, recovered the all important magic key to the mage tunnels, and found the heir to the throne of Hirth, as promised. Now it's time to go home. There's just one problem: the powerful crystals needed to activate the tunnels have been stolen…and David's parents have mysteriously di
...more
Jan farnworth
Oct 20, 2017 rated it really liked it
This is the sequel to the exciting start of The Chronicles of Fallhollow this one lived up the first in that it has an exciting nail biting ending that leaves you with lots of questions of what is going to happen in the series.  Pretty sure we get another book cause you know we got to know how this all plays out.  

I really like that this story takes place in two worlds ours as we know it which makes for some comical scenes with the characters who never been here.  Then we have Fallhollow which i
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Sharon Hughson
Aug 25, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Tammy
Sep 25, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This was a fantasy read that switched between our world and the fantasy one. As just a read it was pretty good and had plenty of action. The problem I had with it was I didn't connect with the characters. I liked Eric the best of the three. His issues with the real world were pretty funny. Charlotte was my least favorite. The beginning of the story was a bit confusing and I was a bit lost. I hadn't read the first book but didn't see that you had to to understand this one. I think you do. I recei ...more
Hannah Michaels
Sep 21, 2017 rated it liked it
I definitely did not enjoy this book as much as the first one. The change of scenery to the modern world was nice and didn't let things get boring, but the inconsistencies in dialogue with Eric was very frustrating. One minute he was very formal and the next casual. I didn't think it lined up with the person he was in the first book. There were a lot of secrets that were discovered that was great to read through, but there was a lot of moments where they just felt frustrating to read. They seeme ...more
C. Coleman
Nov 08, 2017 rated it really liked it
Interesting read, but not so easy to follow. It starts off alternating two stories in two different dimensions. In the knights and dragon dimension, the hierarchy is never clearly defined to tie the many characters together. That made it difficult for me to establish who was who. The pacing is good though constantly restating the David/Charlotte relationship details slows it down. The story doesn't weave numerous beings like shapeshifters and goblins in but plops them on scene which didn't integ ...more
Jackie
Nov 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Amazing second book. David and Charlotte have done whatever they’ve had to do. Unfortunately for them, there’s a huge problem. They need certain crystals to work properly in order to go back. Totally intriguing.
Kay Uno
Jul 31, 2018 rated it really liked it
An improvement on the first installment (Shadow of the Dragon King).
The lead characters spend much more time together in this installment, bringing with it an increased sense of coherence. The grammatical errors were also improved upon, with only a few that I noticed, and the overall story line I felt flowed more easily.
However, even though the two main characters (David and Eric) spent an increased amount of time together, the sections were still separated into the two different perspectives (
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J. (Jenny) Keller Ford is a scribbler of speculative fiction and YA tales. As an Army brat, she traveled the world and wandered the halls of some of Germany's most extraordinary castles in hopes of finding snarky dragons, chivalrous knights, and wondrous magic to permeate her imagination. What she found remains etched in her topsy-turvy mind and oozes out in sweeping tales of courage, sacrifice, h ...more

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