- Rogue in the Making by T.J. Nichols Release Day Review
Rogue in the Making by T.J. Nichols Release Day Review
With a foot in each world, Angus is no longer sure whom he can trust. The demons don’t trust humans, and even though he is learning more magic, he will never be one of them. He is human and only tolerated. Some demons would be happy to slit his throat. It’s only because his demon is powerful in his own right that Angus is alive.
Saka only has a year to prove that Angus’s people can change and that the magic taken will be rebalanced, but the demons want action. His affection for Angus is clouding his judgment and weakening his position in the tribe. Time is running out, and he must make a choice.
Yes, I'm a little devastated that it took a year for book 2 to release and might take another year before I can read book 3, but I don't mind. With this book's release, I got to revisit book 1 and reexplore the world all over again. When book 3 releases, I'll get to experience another revisit to books 1 and 2, leading into book 3, so it's all for the good on my end. These are books that I'll be re-reading constantly anyway, so it's another excuse for me to buy the paperbacks and have them at the ready for the release of the next installment. As far as I'm concerned, it can go on forever and ever and I won't complain.
Was there anything I didn't like?
“It would be easier if Angus tore Saka's heart free and left it in the sand for a scarlips, but Angus would never do that.”
““I like you.”