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This is a very different Camelot. I have yet to figure out what a Natural is, something that opposes demons is all that I can figure. Definitely not angels. Raised as a group of pseudo Round Table knights, their job seems to be protecting the world from the remnants of Mordred's demonic host in the modern world. It is interesting. The author has a beautiful gift with description, I really like the views she painted with her words. The plot is okay, a little stereotypical, but that could just be my confusion because this the first book of the second series. I really dislike jumping into the middle of a series because I miss nuances and from what I can tell, there are a lot of nuanced layers. I liked the characters even though it is all from a 1st person, unreliable narrator's perspective. Once I hunt down the first series I have no doubt I will like this more.
I am a massive fan of all things King Arthur so when I read the plot for this I just had to try it. I am really glad I did, I really enjoyed it and it didn't take long to read. The scene with Rhys annoyed me. He was allowed to threaten Madeleine and basically create a lynch mob against her and she wasn't allowed to defend herself? However, she did have a past being part demon so I did find it entertaining that she hid her secret of it coming back then got upset as no one trusted her when they found out. I could completely understand her logic, she was already feared and didn't want more enemies. It just backfired. I liked the supporting characters: Trent, Aidan and Maisy and hope to see more of them in the series. I am slowly warming up to Elijah but I am looking forward to seeing how his part plays out. Overall, a good pace and plot. Definitely worth a read and I am intrigued to read more.
Started moderately and the we get 'ridded' - dictionary doesn't get that. Then this guy is 'creeper' rather than 'creepier'. A simple spell and grammar check would have spotted that, and it's a jarring interruption - it really spoils the book, so it's been deleted. If you can't be bothered to spell check, I can't be bothered to read it.