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Waiting on Wednesday: Darksoul (Godblind #2) by Anna Stephens. #BookBloggers #BookBlogger #Books #Fantasy #Grimdark #BookBlog


Waiting On Wednesday was a weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine. Each Wednesday you got to highlight a book that you were really looking forward to. Unfortunately, the original creator is no longer able to host the meme and it has now linked up with Can’t Wait Wednesday over at Wishful Endings.

This week I’ve chosen:

Darksoul (Godblind #2) by Anna Stephens.


The Wolves lie dead beside Rilpor’s soldiers, slaughtered at the hands of the Mireces and their fanatical army.

The veil that once kept the Red Gods at bay has been left in tatters as the Dark Lady’s plans for the world come to fruition. Where the gods walk, blood is spilled on the earth.

All that stands between the Mireces army and complete control of the Kingdom of Rilpor are the walls of its capital, Rilporin, and those besieged inside.

But hope might yet bloom in the unlikeliest of places: in the heart of a former slave, in the mind of a soldier with the eyes of a fox, and in the hands of a general destined to be king.

I really enjoyed Godblind when I read it last year coining it ‘Godblind is grimdark on steroids‘ yeah, I know, if that quote hasn’t been used then the publisher really missed a trick! 😦 And after the ‘holy shit‘ cliffhanger ending to Godblind I am eager to see what happens next in Darksoul.

Darksoul is published Harper Voyager and is released on August 23rd, 2018.

Could we also just take a moment to look at and marvel at the majesty of the covers for both Godblind and Darksoul as they are both absolutely stunning!

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13 thoughts on “Waiting on Wednesday: Darksoul (Godblind #2) by Anna Stephens. #BookBloggers #BookBlogger #Books #Fantasy #Grimdark #BookBlog

  1. I actually didn’t get on with Godblind, either I wasn’t versed enough in Grimdark or some other timing issue but the violence in it felt so gratuitous! I’ll be interested to hear how the sequel is!

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