Return to Alastair
By L.A. Kelly
Review by Crazyjedidiah
After leaving his life as a feared mercenary Tahn Dorn is building a new life. However he still has a heavy heart, he has made peace with God but is still not fully at peace with himself. Tahn continues to be haunted by confusing dreams and is uncertain of his feelings for Netta, he knows he must confront his past before he can face the future. This means he must return to Alastair where his earliest memories are, memories of torture and pain. He must face deep seated fears, as well as old adversaries, deadly threats and the mistrust of an entire town. There is danger around every corner and without divine intervention the hope of being free from the past could be lost forever.
The sequel to than another recommended book although this one is more violent than the first. It was enjoyable though, it was a little harder to read, that maybe because it is the second in a trilogy and so is not really finishing or ending but just continuing the story.
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