Ascendant, The Kacy Chronicles, Book 2

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What if the one person who is supposed to love you unconditionally wants to kill you instead?

Before you go looking for answers, make sure you can handle the truth.

Jordan is a step closer to uncovering the mystery of her mother’s disappearance. Sol can finally make his urgent delivery, and Allan has received Jordan’s message, but instead of giving him comfort, it has only made him desperate. And what is with these strange glass bugs, anyway? Could they be the secret to finding his missing daughter? Fiddling with Elven magic could become the biggest regret of Allan’s life.

Meanwhile, a young dragon has imprinted on Jordan, her companion for life whether she likes it or not. That’s alright, he’s just a little guy… pretty harmless….

When the locket with her mother’s portrait inside begins to behave strangely, she learns that what seems a simple family heirloom is actually a magic compass….

Following the locket means there is no turning back.

Jordan finds herself running for her life from someone she expected would welcome her with open arms. When two friends show up with a terrifying report of Allan’s whereabouts, can Jordan survive long enough to rescue her father?

Welcome to the Revelations of Oriceran.

The veils between worlds are thin. Come see what’s on the other side.

1 review for Ascendant, The Kacy Chronicles, Book 2

  1. Shan MC

    Narrator does a good job. His voice fits the fantasy style of the story. I read the ebook of the first book, so it was weird to have different voices than the ones in my head, but fun to hear different. Jordan sounded less whiny and less young in my head and Sol didn’t have an accent. Overall, I’d recommend the listening experience.

    This is the 2nd book in this series, so I’d recommend reading book 1 first for the full story. In this 2nd book, Jordan is getting the hang of flying and wants to find her mother. Sol is called away on business, so Jordan decides to go on her own. Luckily, she has acquired a cute little dragon as company; too cute! Jordan finds danger and adventure on her quest; she really should think things through a bit better, and the situation with her mother isn’t exactly how Jordan thought it would go. Still loving the Fae like world! The characters are great and it’s fun to see all the different types of people/creatures.

    Also, we get some POV from Allan, Jordan’s father. He ends up following the message bugs Jordan sent; a very insufficient, inadequate message, so he finds himself in a very dangerous situation.

    Normally, I like more of a romance in the books I read, but I’m really enjoying this series so far. I like the tone of the story and the writing is good. Looking forward to the next!

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