The Legend of Solis by N. E. Michael

The Legend of Solis by N. E. Michael
Chronicles of the Enlai #2
Publisher: Asteron Press
Genre: Action/Adventure, Suspense/Mystery, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full length (369 pages)
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Poinsettia

New alliances forged, ancient enemies awoken.

In a universe wrought with chaos and destruction, there is no more hiding in the shadows.
To survive, this world needs more than just a hero.
It needs a legend.

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No matter how hard she tries, Alia cannot remember. What was she, who were her parents? Deep down, she knows something is missing. She can feel it every time she closes her eyes, and she can see it in her dreams. A door, locked deep within her consciousness. A past, distant, yet not forgotten. And a darkness, struggling desperately to break free.

Return to the world of the Enlai!

First, I strongly advise reading the first book in the series, The Nexus Mirror, before reading The Legend of Solis. Many of the characters and events are connected. I fear readers will be lost if they try to jump into the series at this point. It is definitely worth the time to go back and read the first book!

As with the first novel, Mr. Michael has chosen to tell the story from multiple viewpoints. Again, this works very well to show the story unfolding in different places from different characters’ viewpoints before bringing it all together at the end. All the transitions are clearly marked and never confusing.

This installment also introduces quite a few new characters. I still had the opportunity to catch up with characters from The Nexus Mirror, but I’ll admit I was hoping to see more of my favorites. I would have liked to spend more time following Yuran in particular. His story was quite compelling in the first book, and he became one of my favorite characters. While I did get to spend some time reading about Yuran in this book, his chapters had a bittersweet feeling to them this time around.

It is great to see the Enlai working together. They have spent so much time fighting each other in the past, but now is the time to put aside their differences. They will need to work together to face a threat greater than anything they’ve ever seen. I must warn readers sensitive to violence that this book does contain graphic violence, a lot of fighting, and large battle scenes. The fate of main characters never feels secure. I admit I teared up a time or two as I read!

I’m glad I had the opportunity to continue reading this series. The ending of this novel is very satisfying, but the story is far from over. There are still evil forces at work that have yet to reveal themselves. I can’t wait to see what happens next!

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