Sunday, November 13, 2016

Title: Harvest of the Gods
Series: The Godhunter #8
Author: Amy Sumida

The first book in the Godhunter series split, Harvest of the Gods can be read alone or in conjunction with A Fey Harvest. Harvest of the Gods is set entirely in the God and Human Realms but if you wish, you may follow Vervain from Harvest of the Gods to A Fey Harvest by switching books whenever Vervain declares that she's off to the Faerie Realm and then switching back when she returns. This way, you may experience events as she does. Or you may read the books independently and enjoy each story separately. Just be sure to read Harvest of the Gods first. Demeter, the Harvest Goddess, is on the run. The wolves are on her trail but even with the best tracking abilities in all the realms, they can't seem to locate her. Now the trackers are turning up dead and the Froekn are turning to the Godhunter for help. Vervain knows this reaping has been a long time in the making and that this time, she must be the one to pick the bitter fruit of vengeance but when a darker magic comes into play, she grows less certain over what the harvest shall bring...and who shall be the harvester.


This is a book that is kind of slit into two stories and two books. I like the way the author did it, however she only did it for a few books then condensed them again. 

Demeter is hurting more of Vervain's people, and the Froekn want her to stop her. That's a huge problem because Vervain hasn't been able to find her, and she doesn't want to kill another friend's mother. But, she will do what she must to keep her people safe, however, that will be easier said than done. 

This was another great addition to this series and I really enjoyed how you could skip from this book to the next one and following along with the story completely. I enjoyed that a lot. And I look forward to more. 
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