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The mysterious indomitable warrior? Ruthless criminal overlord? The Riel’gesh – mythical demigod? Dedicated friend and protector? Euipped with skills far beyond those of the outworlders Rezkin has been suddenly thrust into a foreign world The young warrior clings his only known purpose as he continues his search for any information about his identity and the reason for his existence While the hardened warrior scorns both dueling and tournaments he believes some of the answers he seeks may be found at the King’s Tournament the greatest dueling championship in all of the kingdoms As he searches for the elusive Striker Farson who may be the only person alive who holds the clues the young warrior and his friends embark on a journey fraught with danger mystery and intrigue Amidst fears of the kingdom’s economic collapse rumors of an eminent military draft and the machinations of a mad tyrannical king a new revelation threatens to upend all the warrior’s plans This is the second book in the ongoing series “King’s Dark Tidings”This book is intended for adult readers It contains graphic violence creative language and sexual innuendo This book does not contain explicit sexual content

10 thoughts on “Reign of Madness

  1. says:

    This seuel to the fantastic Free the Darkness did not disappoint at all It had all the same elements that made the first book such a fast paced and exciting read These books are just super fun fantasyadventure The last book saw Rezkin adapt to the Outworld and meet a host of new people as he sought to learn his purpose in life This second book had less of the hilarious misunderstanding that I loved in the first instalment but was every bit as good as we got of Rezkin being Rezkin Which means being awesome I loved his growth as a character He got sucked into a lot of political intrigue but also developed a lot along the way both on a personal level and with regards to the responsibilities that might go with his true purpose My favourite bits are almost always Rez's interactions with his friends Both how he reacts to them and how they react to him He is one of the easiest characters to root for that I've come across in ages That said there is plenty of action and Rez gets to display the mindblowing skills we all love Rating 5 stars An easy rating to give considering I was totally addicted to this book from start to finishAudio Note Nick Podehl is a fantastic narrator who is a perfect fit for this seriesReread Update Just as much fun the second time around This series is so great

  2. says:

    SO this is really 25 stars in my book Here is the rundown1 Basically Invincible Protagonist that can do anything2 all the other characters flip flop between disbelief and pandering to his awesomeness3 Meandering story line that makes me think the author just wrote the book sans outline or with any plot goals 4 Didnt hate it5 Will probably read the 3rd book when it comes out to see how the plot resolves but I think I know how it will end

  3. says:

    This book felt like transition book The vibe of the series is changing from light and fun to a darker and complex fantasy setting

  4. says:

    After reading the first book in a couple days and absolutely loving every word of it I uickly grabbed this book and could not put it down I plowed through the book in a day The characters are so well done I find myself rooting and for them getting mad at them and at one point Kai had me literally laughing out loud I hope that part three is here soon I just don't know if I can wait long to see Rezkin Frisha Tam Reaylin Kai Wesson Jimson and can't wait to see how a lot of the minor characters grow and have a bigger impact on the story Really interested how we see Reaylin grow as the story continuesMr Kade Well done again

  5. says:

    It's better than the first oneHe isn't as overpowered in the seuelDon't believe those lies This seuel is far worse than the first book in the series If you didn't enjoy the first one and are contemplating doing this book Don'tI somewhat enjoyed some bits of the first one such as the humour and over the top antics the protagonist got up to This book however has none of that The plot world characters and events are all absurdly stupid and frustrating I don't even feel like wasting my time explaining just how bad it all is since it would mean wasting even time on this unnecessarily long bookWhat I'll do instead is share my theory for what the major twist will be at the end of the seriesThis whole story takes place in a former home schooled guy's head with him being the protagonist in the book He writes this story during his first few weeks of starting at a public high school Most of the interactions will make a lot sense since it would explain why everyone has the maturity level of 13 year olds It would also explain why all the female characters feel fake the author has never actually spoken to a person of the other sex and writes their interactions like how he thinks they would act if they only knew how awesome he actually is Finally this theory would also explain how everything seems to work out perfectly for the protagonist and why everyone is in constant awe at everything he doesThere you go I just saved you twenty odd hours that you might have spent on reading the last book in this awful series

  6. says:

    DNFI can't do this If i have to read any inconseuential talk or about any of this absolutely clueless hormonal can think only with their vagina women i might scratch my eyes out In case you're not getting how much i loathe this book i'll close with this I find every single character every single word in this book repugnant

  7. says:

    I have read upwards of 2000 books in Sword Sorcery SS genre and I like to believe I have read them all if you know what I am saying from horrible ones to the great ones and then some in between I have come to appreciate good writing like I appreciate roasted cashews and chilli chicken with my beerI like to believe that I have come to recognise the gems of the genre like I have come to forgive the errors grammar and spelling mistakes Though I realise that it is subjective and you may hate the books that I love The first two books of this series by Kel Kade are the ones I am glad to have read One of criteria for rating the books I have read is the number of pages I end up skipping while I am reading a book This 'skipping of pages' could be because of meaningless dialogues conversations characters that I do not believe add to the story or have been added simply to increase the length of the novel or the author deemed them necessary and the reader ie me thought otherwise I am glad to say that every single page of these first two books held my attention; even made me laugh a number of times while Rezkin made himself aware of the world and people around him and forged relationships It is now my second favourite to my most loved current and ongoing series the first being Terry Mancour's Spellmonger seriesSo Kel Kade I am glad that you decided to write these books and that I came across them I wish you take some inspiration from Spellmonger series and produce a number of books in this series and not just a typical TrilogyI hugely recommend this series to anyone who is in to SS

  8. says:

    I don't review much but the fact that this has better reviews than The First Law Trilogy made me throw up in my mouth a little bit so I felt the need to take action The first book in the series Free the Darkness was a BAD BOOK but it was SOMETIMES ENTERTAINING I suspect I was mostly laughing AT it rather than WITH it but hey I was laughing alright? In particular the conservations between TamFrisha and Rezkin where either side are completely misunderstanding the other but still saying things that make sense in the context are the book's saving grace For the main plot line however Rezkin is so ridiculously overpowered that there is never the slightest doubt he will overcome the ludicrous challenges he faces but the action scenes are none the less fun to experience in a Marvel superhero movie kinda way ueue book 2 Rezkin continues to be RIDICULOUSLY AMAZING AT EVERYTHING EVER He seduces every women within a 100m radius Men want to hate him but can only respect him He collects a motley crew of commoners nobles an officer a battle mage and a healer and HE HELPS THEM ALL WITH THEIR PROBLEMS Oh REZKIN Honestly it was going much the same as book one until the ferry to the tournament That fucking ferry I didn't know you could get cabin fever just from READING about people living in cabins The entertaining if predictable action scenes dry up and instead we go round in endless circles of how much will be revealed about Rezkin TODAY? Everyone onboard must be LITERALLY FUCKING RETARDED to not put 2 and 2 together when the Stryker continues to refer to Rezkin as my liege and then talks about a mysterious true king trained in ALL THE SKILLZ I gave up tl;dr There is not one believable or likable character in this entire series I hope George R R Martin finishes the series Valar morghulis PS I would say something about how Kel Kade's female characters are ABSOLUTELY PATHETIC but that would ignore the fact that ALL THE CHARACTERS APART FROM REZKIN are approximately as pathetic

  9. says:

    45⭐️Everything is perfect and wonderful and violent I love that he still is learning about well communicating with others and the way of higher born live and act It makes the story relatable and humorous through all the madness and Chaos

  10. says:

    35 stars for book 2 of the Kings Dark Tiding series There were some incredibly cool parts to this book but the awkward naivety of the hero Rezkin became tiresome There was no respite in the whiny female characters either Even the women who could easily be very strong and empowering women were reduced to catty adolescents who can't help but fall all over themselves at Rezkin Also how many times do we need to read about the way Rezkin cocked his head? Mehit was a good story but could do with better editing