Thursday, November 12, 2020

Review: Soul Raging (The Book of the Wars #3) by Ronie Kendig

About the Book
Sometimes, the only hope is the enemy.

Leif Metcalfe is done waiting for answers and seizes control, a move that comes with a high price and a deadly risk: teaming up with the enemy. He can only hope that what he uncovers will heal the wounds he's inflicted on those he loves.

Iskra Todorova believes Leif is on a collision course with death and knows firsthand the irrevocable cost of that path to the soul. While trying to protect her daughter and intervene with Leif, Iskra is forced to set her sights on the man behind the evil organization ArC--Ciro Veratti.

Torn apart by injuries and opposing views on how to handle Leif's act of treachery, team Reaper hunts one of their own. The only thing they agree on is not stopping but starting the final battle prophesied in the Book of the Wars.

My Thoughts

Soul Raging was one of my most anticipated reads of the year. After the way Kings Falling ended, I had to get my hands on a copy as soon as possible. And wow, what an epic conclusion to the series!

True to Kendig's rapid-fire style, Soul Raging never let up on the action, intrigue, and suspense. There were times when I literally couldn't catch my breath because of the full-throttle, high-intensity excitement. I was on the edge of my seat for the majority of the book, reading as fast as I could, trying to guess what would happen next and constantly being shocked by all the twists and turns. This story definitely kept me guessing. I didn't know who to trust, at times, not knowing who was friend or foe.

This was one of the most insanely intense and thrilling reads I've read. It's not a standalone but since the series is now complete, I highly recommend binge-reading the whole series in one go. You won't regret it.

I received a copy of this book from the publisher and voluntarily reviewed it. All thoughts and comments are my honest opinion.

Five Stars


  1. Nice choice! I've never heard of a Christian fiction book like this, but it sounds exciting.

    Just so you know, I recently participated in a Narnia-themed blog tag and tagged you, because I thought you'd be interested. (If you can't or don't want to participate, though, no pressure.) You can find the link here:

    1. That's so sweet of you to tag me! Thank you! I hate to admit this, but I've never read the Narnia books. It's one of those series that I've wanted to read for awhile but just haven't gotten around to it yet. Hopefully one of these days! I do have them, so that's a step in the right direction! :D When I do read them, I'll definitely revisit this tag. Thanks again! I appreciate you thinking of me. Hope you have a fantastic weekend!

  2. I think binge-reading a series is my favorite way to go these days. Having to wait between books isn't very fun. :)

    1. It's not! I've usually forgotten what happened in the previous book by the time the next one is released. :)

    2. Ha! That's what happens to me. :D