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Silent Sea Chronicles #2

The Sentinel's Reign

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The Sentinel’s reign is doomed to failure unless Tei can prevent the Kalayan people from plunging into war.

With the new Sentinel initiated and the magic restored on Kalaya, life is flourishing for Tei and the exiles. But Rathnor’s plans for war soon escalate and thwart any chance of peace.

Brogan’s position on the Assembly is uncertain as rumours circulate that he is an exile spy.

After an attempt on his life, Farrell is more determined than ever to build a home for his people on Stone Haven. But the council have their sights set on Kalaya and Farrell struggles to steer them from war.

As trouble brews within and outside forces gather against them, can the exiles keep their hold on the magic, or will this spell the end of Kalaya and its people?

The Sentinel’s Reign is a heroic fantasy. If you like character-driven adventures then you will love The Sentinel’s Reign.

This is the second book in the Silent Sea Chronicles trilogy and follows on from The Lost Sentinel.

353 pages, Kindle Edition

First published June 29, 2018

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Suzanne Rogerson

9 books124 followers
Suzanne lives in Middlesex, England with her husband, two children and a crazy puppy.

Her writing journey began at the age of twelve when she completed her first novel. She discovered the fantasy genre in her late teens and has never looked back. Giving up work to raise a family gave Suzanne the impetus to take her attempts at novel writing beyond the first draft, and she is lucky enough to have a husband who supports her dream - even if he does occasionally hint that she might think about getting a proper job one day.

Now an author of four fantasy novels and three short story collections, Suzanne hopes the dreaded ‘W’ word will never rear its ugly head again!

She loves gardening and has a Hebe (shrub) fetish. She enjoys cooking with ingredients from the garden and regularly feeds unsuspecting guests vegetable-based cakes.

Suzanne collects books, is interested in history and enjoys wandering around castles and old ruins whilst being immersed in the past. She loves to escape with a great film, binge watch TV shows, or soak in a hot bubble bath with an ice cream and a book.

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Profile Image for Sofii♡ (A Book. A Thought.).
401 reviews428 followers
July 26, 2018

It was easier than I thought go into this world again, these books have great potential, especially their characters and the atmosphere of danger that it's constantly surrounds them.


4/5 Stars

You can find this one and more of my reviews on my blog A Book. A Thought.

Of course, I can't tell you what this book is about because they would be a lot of spoilers of the first one, but I can recommend it so easily, especially if you like fantasy and you're in those moments when you want to try something more mature, this is the perfect trilogy for you

Many things have changed in the life of the characters after tragedies that have occurred in the previous book. This puts them in a place of doubt, because even when they think that many things could be good now that the magic has been restored, there is always something behind waiting to make its appearance, rather dark things that create new obstacles for our characters, when they least expect it. There is something in this story that I find captivating, and I think it's the fact that although you know that some things have been solved and you have that little ray of hope for it, at the same time you know that something even worse could happen at any time and that feeling of insecurity keeps me very hooked. I'm on the edge of my seat all the time knowing that nobody is 100% safe. It's really scary, actually lol. #TeamTei


I think the characters have been developed a bit more in this book and since it's something I felt was missing in the previous book, I'm happy to see that it has progressed in this one. And although I've enjoyed much more of the story of each character in this opportunity, I'm still not sure about the magical aspect, I find it intriguing but it's not my favorite aspect. Even so, I think it's created in a very smart and unique way and its originality could captivate many of its readers.

I love the writing style, I love when the authors manage to tell a story that seems so complex in a very simple way, I think it's something unique and it has that power to keep you wanting for more. It's also very quick to read!

I want to emphasize that although it's a fantasy and has all the aspects of one, it also touches very human themes that are sometimes unfairly left aside in this type of books as much as love, how to deal with loss, personal search, which is your purpose in life?, and those types of topics

I think that if you like books with multiple characters and you like to follow the story of each one as if you were there with them, you have to give this trilogy a chance. Also as always, I think it's very important to support our independent writers


I wasn't very sure about the ending, because I honestly didn't know that this would be a trilogy lol. Then I was a little lost, but now that I know there will be a final book then the ending make more sense to me, but I have to warn you that if you don't have the third book in your hands when you finish this one, get ready, it will be a long wait!. It's one of those books that at the end of one you need to follow with the next one ASAP, but we have to wait like normal people lol.
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Author 1 book65 followers
June 29, 2019
There isn't really much I can say about this book that I haven't said in the review of the previous one, because honestly I liked it just as much as the first book. But let me tell some things.

Since it's a series, the flow kept going, with the same pace, with some character development and, of course, the plot continues to be great. Then again, it is the following book and things are intertwined and it got interesting even more with some major scenes and characters that surprised me a bit.

I read this book immediately after book one, so I was still in the mind frame and still connected to the characters, the storyline and the world that was portrayed in this second novel.

I'm still very intrigued by the magical aspect of this fantasy world and I do love to figure things out and learn about the rule (societal, cultural and magical) when dealing with a fantasy genre novel. So it's always good when the author gives the readers some bits and pieces of information as then go deep into the series or world building. In that sense, this novel brings some extra stuff to us.

I still very interested by the characters and to learn more about them because, although it's a fantasy series, it doesn't just deals with the magical aspect of this fictional time and space. Because characters are what move the plot and they are the ones that truly change things and act upon their motivations, dreams and aspirations, fear and anger, we have emotions. And that's something that I liked, the fact that all human problems, qualities and defaults make an appearance. It wouldn't sound real to me if it wasn't the case. That's also why we are seeing some character development, which is amazing.

Over all, love the book. If you like fantasy novels, you should check this out.
Profile Image for Susan Hampson.
1,522 reviews56 followers
September 7, 2018
It is a while since I read book 1 in this series but it all came back to mind pretty quickly as each character re-emerged in the story. You really do need to read book 1 before this one, not only to get a feel of the characters but it really does continue with story lines that tie up in this one too.
Life is as good as it gets when the story opens but that cloud of doom and foreboding is never far away. Kalaya is an Island where the exiles and Tei live under a cloak of magic provided by the new Sentinel. Tei and Calissa are sort of bound by their destinies but it really hasn't been an easy journey, both are very strong characters. Tei is one of my favourites, a strong-willed and determined woman who has found love, though I am a little unsure who wears the pants here!
It is difficult to say too much in a series so as not spoil the book that has gone before. The story, on a whole. is complex and the characters are in plenty supply but Suzanne Rogerson very nicely links people and places together that make it easy to know the good from the bad. It isn't always brute force that solves problems in this story although there is a fair bit of fighting when they clash.
I grew to hate Rathnor on every page turned as lives were destroyed and corrupted and good people lost their families. Oh boy there are some shockers, so take some deep breaths on each page that he is about. Now I really began to love Hafender head of the exiles, who brought a smile to my face more than once, no-one could miss this huge man in height or likeability, although for those that don't know him he is one scary fellow.
A super paced story, plenty going off and an ending that makes me hungry for the last instalment. This is a cracking epic saga.
Profile Image for Nadine.
171 reviews46 followers
September 21, 2018

This and other reviews can be found on my blog

The Sentinel's Reign is the second book in the Silent Sea Chronicles starting with The Lost Sentinel (my review). I enjoyed reading the first book and was very excited to receive also a copy of the second instalment.

In this story we follow the same characters as before. Calissa has now become the new Sentinel and Tei is her confidante. Brogan is still a member of the Assembly and continues to defy Rathnor, who in turn seems to gain more and more power. Meanwhile across the sea, Farrell has to decide whether he wants to lead his people to war on Kalaya or if he continues to build a home on Stone Haven.

First of all, the cover for this book looks even better than the cover of The Lost Sentinel! The covers overall are very reduced and feature one specific colour (blue for the first book) and I like that the author chose a close-up this time.

Another thing that stuck out to me was how easy it was to find my way back into this series. Rogerson manages to intricately weave the events of the first book into the first chapters of The Sentinel's Reign and thus paves the way for the reader to enjoy the continuation without being lost.

Even though this series is categorized as YA, there are constantly high stakes and even more characters won't make it to the end. Loss and coping with losing people close to oneself continue to be important topics. Mara has to deal with the death of her unborn child's father Rike and Tei still mourns his and Garrick's death as well. Due to them being alive in the Astral Plane and helping the Sentinel escorting the spirits of the dead into the afterlife, Rogerson adds another layer to their fate.

Now scarred from the events in the first book, Tei has to struggle to find her place in Turrak. The elders suggest she should marry and continue the bloodline which Tei is actually considering due to all that she has already suffered from. But soon the events are overturning and Tei has to rescue Brogan from being hanged and their love blossoms anew.

I liked that we finally got to know why exactly Rathnor hates all people that use magic and especially the Sentinel herself. It's a hatred that stems from the refusal of the old Sentinel to help him out, resulting in a great loss.

I especially liked that this book concluded the war between Rathnor and the exiles and opens the story to an even greater threat, the Elkenan invaders. These people already drove the Arconian people away to Stone Haven and their only goal is to erradicate magic everywhere. Additionally, some characters seem to change the scene, which will surely bring a breath of fresh air to the story's conclusion.

Overall, I think this book is a good continuation of The Lost Sentinel. If you enjoyed this book, you will surely enjoy this sequel just as much.

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Author 43 books119 followers
May 20, 2021

With Calissa initiated as the Sentinel, life on Kalaya is good for Tei and the exiles. But the villainous Rathnor has other ideas and Tei faces further challenges if she and her friends are to keep the peace and hold on to the magic. Rumours of a spy in their midst doesn’t help matters and Brogan comes under scrutiny as doubts are cast on his loyalty.

Expertly narrated once again by George Ellington, this is the second book in the Silent Sea Chronicles trilogy and follows on from the events last time. As with the first book, the author’s descriptive skills are on top form, creating vivid landscapes which work well as a backdrop for her characters. What I liked this time around was the way we get more of an insight into each of the characters (such as the curious dynamics in Tei’s developing romance), and though the plot is less action-packed than before, there’s enough to keep readers wondering what’s going to happen next. Generally, I’d say the book is more of a character-driven story than plot-driven – the plot itself didn’t always keep my attention but the strong emotions inherent in the characters really are the best part of Ms Rogerson’s writing.

Another enjoyable book that (for the most part) held my attention and I’m sure will thrill lovers of epic fantasy.
Profile Image for Lorraine.
487 reviews34 followers
June 30, 2019
The second book of the trilogy continues the story of life on Kalaya, and is another great book from Suzanne Rogerson.

The Sentinel's Reign moves at a slower pace than The Lost Sentinel, but still has plenty of action.

The characters we met previously continue to develop, grow, and adjust to their new circumstances.

Suzanne Rogersons world building and descriptive writing ensured that, once again, I could always see where in the world I and the characters were.

I have become attached to many of the characters within the pages of the Silent Sea Chronicles and am looking forward to reading the final instalment.
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Author 3 books21 followers
May 18, 2019
This book re-introduces you to Tei and Callisa, the Sentinel, fighting against Rathnor and his plans.

With "The Sentinel's Reign", Suzanne Rogerson presents us with several interwoven plot lines, one covering Tei and her companions, another getting closer to Brogan, and a third one is on Farrell. All plotlines are relevant, the one I did not get warm within the first book has become very interesting. The story is skilfully elaborated, comprises interesting turns, and has a  great flow. Suzanne Rogerson introduces each character with finesse, providing them with sufficient depth for their respective relevance. I was drawn into the story right away - very close to Tei, Brogan, and some wonderful allies, highly appreciating their integrity. As I assumed after reading the first book, I got closer to Tei in the second instalment because she has gained a little more maturity. I could easily envision the characters and locations. I had a great time reading "The Sentinel's Reign". It is a very enjoyable read; I am looking forward to reading the upcoming third instalment.

This is for you if you like urban fantasy, very likeable characters to cheer on their thrilling ventures, integrity, surprises, and great storytelling.

This is a book/series to read again. Highly recommended.
Profile Image for Angela Cuéllar.
871 reviews96 followers
April 2, 2020
pooled ink Reviews:

We pick up Tei’s story in this book and witness how life has already changed with the Sentinel found and taking her place in Kalaya. We also witness how certain characters must cope in the aftermath of the last book’s challenges and tragedies. While finding the lost Sentinel and restoring the island’s magic is wonderful and what the people have been long waiting for, it’s not all sunshine and dreams come true. In fact several enemies and unexpected obstacles arise from the shadows.

If you’re a loving fantasy fan seeking a tale filled with adventure and magic then you should really give this series a try.

The Sentinel’s Reign breathes life into an island of magic as well as enemies thirsting for its power. Adventurous and unique this fantasy only gets more captivating with every turn.

Read my FULL review here: https://pooledink.com/2018/06/29/the-...
Profile Image for Cat Strawberry.
694 reviews19 followers
August 29, 2019
Wow, this is another brilliant installment of the Silent Sea Chronicles which left reeling after the many twists and turns, which I wasn’t expecting, especially towards the ending. I haven’t been able to get this story out of my head for several days now, and I just can’t wait to read the final part! The Sentinel’s Reign is the second part to this trilogy and picks up the story from where the first one ended. Unlike with some books, this one will be enjoyed much more if you read the first part, otherwise you might struggle to know who all the characters are or what is happening.

There is so much in this story it’s hard for me to even summarise what happens at the start. As with the first book the action bounces around to different characters. This is done well though and you never get confused as to what is happening. In fact moving between the different characters on Kalaya: Brogen, Tei, Callisa, etc. and Farrell’s story on Stone Haven, really speeds up the pace of this book and I can’t help but feel like I’m watching some epic movie while reading!

The story becomes so much more involving than it already felt from the first book. Farrell’s story deepens when we learn who it is who is speaking to him and the tensions on Kalaya between the various factions builds up to an exciting and devastating level. There is so much that happens in this story that it leaves you feling a whole mix of emotions. There are exciting moments, sad ones, unbelievable twists and dark turns. And even towards the ending which I thought was all wrapped up nicely, there were yet more twists to what happens with some key characters! I enjoyed seeing the relationships deveoping in the story. Although we already saw the relationships between so many characters develop in the first book there was a change in some of them, I especially liked the way Tei and Callisa moved forwards despite the rough patch they go through, and even the big villain of the story who is such an interesting and exciting character to read, has more to him than first appears.

The ending of this book is very satisfying. It has a good ending that feels very wrapped up and yet there are still things that are left open and a threat that isn’t yet solved that makes you want to read the final book to find out what happens. I can’t help but feel a bit sad though as there are some characters that don’t make it, especially at the end of the story and I couldn’t help but want to see more of one of them in the next book although this isn’t likely.

Overall I just can’t recommend this book (and book one in the series) high enough. There is such an amazing and detailed plot, with so much happening and you really don’t know what will happen to the characters. It’s not many books where I can say that I really didn’t expect certain characters would die or that certain things would happen but this book just left me reeling after the emotional rollercoaster it’s put me on. I’d definitely recommend this (and the first book in the series) to any fantasy lover and even those who aren’t so into fantasy but who are open to trying it. The book deals with magic, telepathy and characters on the astral plane, but they are all human in nature and it’s definitely both a plot driven as well as character driven novel. This story will still be stuck in my head for a while yet and I just can’t wait to read the third and final installment in this amazing series!
-Thanks to the author for a free copy for review.
Profile Image for Graham.
67 reviews2 followers
July 1, 2019
This is book 2 in the Silent Sea Chronicles by Suzanne Rogerson. I literally read this book straight after the first book and its just as good if not better. I can’t wait for the final book to be released to see how this trilogy will end. This book left a pretty much open ending which has literally had me on the edge of my seat and making me want more. I’ve been constantly thinking about what could happen in the third book. If you can’t tell I’m a bit excited to read it.

As I said this book continues on straight after the first book. Calissa has now became the all powerful sentinel and Tei is her confidante. They have been sworn in by the elders and struggle within their new roles. They both have to settle into their roles rather quickly as Rathnor is still getting stronger and his determination in destroying Turrak and taking the sentinels power for himself and nothing is going to stop him from getting what he wants. Or so he thinks.

His native stone haven is a barren land that is so desolate as the magic on the island has all but disappeared. So Captain Farrell wants to leave stone haven and find a new island for his people.

So he sets of with his team of merry men on the open ocean on his way Kalaya Captain Farrell is a man on a mission after being contacted by some mysterious person from Kalaya to come and save them from a tyrant wanting to take over the island and kill the others who have some sort of magic that they feel threatened from.

The book centers on a war between these two faction. They’re just the same people farmers carpenters etc. They’ve just been scare mongered into believing that all magic is evil and dark. So whoever has it should follow their rules and not use magic at all and live with them in a society where they will always be looked down upon and be classed as second class citizens.

The book is really well written and the world building has your imagination going into overdrive. The characters are so well written and I’m glad that some of my favourite characters have made it this far. I’m looking forward to their adventures in the upcoming book.
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471 reviews9 followers
June 29, 2018
Today is release day for this, the newest book, from Suzanne Rogerson! The Sentinel’s Reign is book 2 in the Silent Sea Chronicles. In this installment, Calissa has become the Sentinel and Tei her confidante. Both are struggling a bit with the adjustment to their new roles. At the same time, Rathnor is upping his campaign against magic and the death and destruction is increasing. As Rathnor continues to get stronger the fate of Kalaya and its magic is becoming more and more precarious. Meanwhile, Captain Farrell is desperately trying to improve the lives of his people on Stone Haven, but unknown to him Rathnor is gradually taking over his mind and bending him to his will. What will the fate of Kalaya and Stone Haven be? Will Rathnor’s evil schemes be defeated? Will Calissa and Tei learn how to work together for the future of Kalaya?

Yummy is the word that comes to mind when I think about this book. As the second book in the series, my favorite characters are back, Callisa, Tei, Brogan and Mara. There are also some secondary characters that get a bigger role in this one, like Hafender the giant of a man who commands the military forces of the exiles. The characters that return just continue to develop as individuals and in their relationships with each other. The attraction between Tei and the handsome Brogan sees the most development and it is quite charming. I loved revisiting Kalaya and as in previous books the descriptions of the world and of the magic it contains are beautiful. I always appreciate the way the descriptions are woven into the story and don’t feel heavy or lecture-y. The story moves forwards at a good pace that keeps the reader’s attention and there are enough curveballs to keep you guessing at the final outcome. There is a 3rd book planned for this series so don’t despair if you get to the end and want more. Even if you don’t like fantasy books usually you will like this series, so don’t delay, get your copy today!
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669 reviews26 followers
June 30, 2019
The Sentinel has settled into her new role and Kalaya is thriving on the magic. But all is not happy as the brink of war is not too far from everyone’s mind.
All I can say is what a read and even after finishing this book, I am still thinking of the rollercoaster of a story. Following on from The Lost Sentinel, we follow the MCs, as they are on their individual life journeys. As we follow Tei, throughout the story, you soon come to realise that she is not as confident in her new role, but it also shows how headstrong she was, she would fight for what she thought was right. Whilst she had friends, I felt that she was lonely and she struggled with her friendship. Brogan and Farrell knew what they wanted and whilst Brogan was working behind the scenes to save the exiles from prejudice, Farrell was still trying to make a better life for all on Stone Haven, whilst trying to find Kalaya.
As in the Lost Sentinel, the secondary characters play an important role in the story and I enjoyed reading more about Captain Hafender, the fearless warrior of the exiles and Allisus, Farrell’s first mate, who advised Farrell.
After reading The Lost Sentinel, I was invested in these character’s lives and as before beware of heartbreak. There were times that I was in mourning and then as I was continuing the story, I wanted to fist pump the air. This story will flip your emotions and as the story intensifies with the pending danger, I could not put this book down. As I finished this story I felt physically drained as if I had been there following them all.
With one more in this series, I can’t wait to get my hands on it. A great addition to this series.
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2,014 reviews22 followers
June 29, 2019
Although the Sentinel has been found and magic restored to Kalaya, things are not as great as they first appear. Prejudice and mistrust run deep and not everyone is accepting of those that use magic. There are those that are still planning on a war and won’t be swayed from their goals. Then you have the young man that is still trying to keep his own home going but will he be able to keep war from happening?

Let me start by saying that I recommend reading these books in order. You hop right into the story and will miss some stuff without reading book one. I loved coming back to this world. Things seem to be going better but not perfect. There are still those that hate the exiles and want to end them. You have relationships breaking and rebuilding stronger. And you have those dealing with loss and what to do with their futures.

I really like how those raveled frayed endings from the first book are wrapped together and some of my questions answered. We find an end to one conflict but so many more waiting to strike in the shadows. But I really liked finding out where Rathnor’s hatred for the exiles comes from.

This is a great series and one that any fantasy lover will enjoy. Now I can’t wait to read the last book, Sentinel’s Alliance to see how this finally ends.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.
Profile Image for Jessica Belmont.
1,482 reviews44 followers
June 26, 2019
What I love about The Sentinel’s Reign is that it doesn’t struggle from “middle book syndrome.” The plot is great, the characters are developing, and this doesn’t feel like just a bridge from book one to book three!

No one is safe in this book, and I’ve grown to care for these characters, so I was on the edge of my seat wondering what would happen to them. There’s still room for these characters to develop, and I think that will make a good third book.

I love Suzanne Rogerson’s writing style. I feel like I was drawn into the story, and I became attached to the characters. The events from the first book were intricately woven into this story, making it easy to dive right back in.
I enjoy this series very much. I’m looking forward to the conclusion!

*I received a copy of this book as part of a blog tour with Rachel's Random Resources. All opinions are my own.*
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Author 4 books42 followers
April 20, 2021
High stakes epic fantasy!
The second book in the Silent Sea Chronicles is even more exciting than the first book. The Sentinel’s Reign continues with the further adventures of the characters we know and love. The world is expansive and we get to explore it from many viewpoints. The conflict has escalated to an epic scale and war is in the air — but who will triumph? The exiles with their magic, the assembly who has been corrupted, or a new group of people from across the sea?
The narrator does an amazing job bringing the huge cast of characters to life. His interpretation of all the different voices adds lots of depth and excitement to the story. If you’re a fan of epic fantasy or classic sword and sorcery, you will enjoy this series.
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560 reviews10 followers
July 15, 2018
The Sentinel's Reign is a fast paced fantasy, that picks up right where The Lost Sentinel left off. There is plenty happening, with each characters story weaving together. It touches on love, loss and friendship and finding your place and purpose in the chaos that is life.
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Author 3 books223 followers
September 21, 2018
Rating: 6/10

This second instalment of the Silent Sea Chronicles is very much in the same vein as its predecessor, but does redress some of the weaknesses inherent in book one. The pacing of The Sentinel’s Reign is significantly slower than the break-neck pace of The Lost Sentinel (which is definitely a good thing), allowing the characters to be developed more. Being given additional insight into the main characters made it easier to understand their motives and actions.

The rapid scene switching between different character POVs that characterised the first book is also greatly reduced. The narrative definitely benefited from this as the less frequent scene breaks makes for a smoother reading experience, which should please readers who were bothered about the aforementioned issue in The Lost Sentinel.

Once again the romance element of the story is lost on a reader like me, but I suspect YA fans would appreciate it, and that is one of the reasons why I feel this series in general will have greater appeal to the Young Adult readership.

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27 reviews2 followers
July 29, 2019
What a fantastic continuation from book one, The Lost Sentinel! All the in depth world building, along with all the lovable (And not so lovable) characters have been carried across seamlessly, allowing us to get to know all our favourites even better than before. Not to mention all the descriptions of the lands, easily adding Kalaya into my list of fictional places I would love to visit – Just preferably when there’s not a war waging!

Much to my delight, we get regular visits to my favourite protector, Garrick, and his partner in crime, Rike. Though now the story is unfolding more and his side of it all is becoming more in depth, I have really enjoyed following the story line of Farrell and the other occupants of Stone Haven. Poor Farrell gets pulled in all directions at times and doesn’t know who he can really trust anymore; his determination to do the best thing for his family and his people is admirable, as he is faced with tough decisions and no matter which option he goes for, there will be someone he will have to make unhappy.

True to character, Rathnor remains the villian you just love to hate – His smug attitude and devious ways become more and more prominent, and I found myself continually rooting for the mystics to get the upper hand and just do away with him already!

Overall, this book was action packed and had me glued to it’s pages just as its predecessor did, even as I was just processing what happened in one chapter, I was desperate to speed through the next to see what happened! I cannot wait to get my hands on book three and see where the adventure takes Tei and her friends next.
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3,919 reviews31 followers
October 26, 2019
The action kicks up as lives are threatened and lost, friendships are stretched to the limit, betrayal is running a muck and endurance is tested. There are so many separate pieces of the puzzle that is slipped into place that it is exciting yet tortuous as this author weaves it all to completion. We see the strengths and weaknesses as each character is tested and tried, as each reaction from actions is revealed. It is an emotional action packed read that will have you soaring one minute and the next plunging into despair.

This author pulls all of the strings and she plays with you like a cat chasing the red light. Just when you think you have figured it all out you are plunged into another twist. I have absolutely loved this series and this author show snuck up on me but has me hooked from the first page of the first book. You could stop here but why would you? This author has proved that this is definitely a series worth exploring with characters that are strong and resilient, female characters that don't falter but use their minds and hearts to get the job done. I can't wait to see where she takes us in the next book because the threats to their life are by no means done.
27 reviews
September 12, 2020
The Sentinel's Reign: Silent Sea Chronicles-Book 2

Suzanne Rogerson did it again! Book 2 is as good as book 1! She continued to fill in the background. I am now off to read book 3. Try as I did, I couldn't second guess what would happen.
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