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Haven Divided

(The Dragon's Brood Cycle #2)

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Forever is comprised of nows…
Emily Haven and her friends have been given the seemingly impossible task of uniting the worlds—a mission they failed once before, in another lifetime.
But Emily made a promise, and she intends to keep it. A small boy risked his life to save hers, and while Michael sets out to rejoin the Dragon’s Brood, she heads east with Celine and Corbbmacc t
Kindle Edition, 454 pages
Published July 31st 2018 by Draconis Entertainment
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Lauren Jones
Jul 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
Would you feel sadness if you entered into another world and didn’t know if you would ever return to this one? For those who have parents, children, and friends, you would imagine that this would seem like a very difficult concept to broach. But if you didn’t have anyone…would you think about it any differently? De Lioncourt takes one seemingly ordinary sixteen year-old girl and thrusts her into an extraordinary world, much like Alice in Wonderland, only without the rabbit and the doped up Cater ...more
Jul 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Haven Divided is the second book in The Dragon’s Brood Series by Josh de Lioncourt. I loved Haven Lost Vol. 1 and Haven Divided delivers even more adventure, mystery and excitement as Emily and her companions navigate their way through a world of strange lands filled with new challenges at each turn of the page. It’s a story filled with intrigue, suspense and trickery you won’t want to miss! Josh de Lioncourt has you stepping into an unknown world and taking you on a journey that leaves you begg ...more
Note: This is Book 2 in a series and really needs to be read after Book 1.

So the end of Book 1 left us with some big revelations, like that whole King Arthur story being eternal thing. Book 2 picks up pretty much where Book 1 ended. Emily has her hands full surviving in this fantasy world, but she’s finding aged hints of her old world, like left over relics of a time lost. So there’s something more going on there, tying the world (and time?) that Emily left in Book 1 and her current location.

Eric Troup
Aug 09, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Even better than its predecessor... And that's saying something!

I find this book challenging to review on its own merit, because my design, it doesn't stand on its own. It is called Volume Two for a good reason, picking up pretty much where the first volume, Haven Lost, left off. I very much enjoyed the first volume. I enjoyed this second volume even more. The author has a gift for putting the reader right into the middle of any environment, using vivid description which stimulates each of the
Jun 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
What an amazing book. There were things I didn't see coming, and I want to know what happens next! I hope there's a book 3!

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Josh de Lioncourt was born and raised in California and enjoys writing projects in a wide variety of fields, including fiction, music, software, blogging, and tech articles. He has written on Apple accessibility for Macworld and Maccessibility, hosts or participates regularly on several podcasts, and writes and records music with Molly, his wife. Josh enjoys the works of Stephen King, the music of ...more

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