Review – Goddess of War by K.N Lee


January 1, 2016 by ceresbooksworld

Goddess of war


Goddess of War by K.N Lee

Book one in Tales From the Abyss Trilogy

Publisher : The Book Nymph

Publication Date : November 2nd, 2015

Source : Ebook from the Author

Rating : 3,5 Hearts



Synopsis (From Goodreads)

From the award-winning author of the international bestsellers Rise of the Flame, and The Chronicles of Koa series comes Goddess of War, an epic fantasy series set in a world of wizards, warriors, and a battle between dueling gods.

After escaping the Vault, a prison for gods, twin siblings Preeti and Vineet make a desperate journey to another world.

The Abyss, also known as the human world.

The Abyss is nothing like they imagined, and soon they find that they may like it more than the world of the gods, especially when relationships form with their human friends.

Three years is all they have to hide from the Goddess of Law, a woman determined to either imprison or kill the twins and take their spot as rulers of the gods.

The human world will never be the same with the Goddess of War and the God of Peace hiding in their land.

Preeti and Vineet are thrust into a war for more than their lives, but their souls, and those of the the humans they have grown to love. The Goddess of Law will stop at nothing to destroy them, even if that means tearing the human world apart.

Goddess of War is the first installment in a three book series.
God of Peace will be released January 2016
Law and Love will be released February 2016



One thing to know about me is that I like mythology and this book was tempting me, so thank you Kenya for sending it to me.

The story is about twins who escaped the vault and goes in the human world until their Enlightenment.

Preeti and Vineet will have to escape the Goddess of Law and hide in the human world for three years. They will be helped by Errison and Olia. They will work with the Royal Family, King Lavi, Queen Nevah, Prince Aric, Prince Eryon and Princess Arela.

The book is mostly about Preeti because she the goddess of war. She’s nice and in the human world she must work as seer for the royal family. She is the tutor of Arela, the young princess. With no surprise she’s attracted by Prince Aric, he doesn’t know who she is or what she is. Preeti will do everything to protect the people she loves.

I like Vineet too even if we don’t see him a lot, he’s a very interesting character and I can’t wait to see what will happen in the next book.

The story is great but too short, this was a very fast reading and I would have wanted that the characters are more developed and that the story does not take place so fast.

That is the only point I disliked because the book is good and the author did a good job, because I liked all the characters and the goddess of law is a great villain.

I also must say that the cover is really gorgeous and I can’t wait to buy it in paperback.

It’s a very nice story to read but I advise you to wait the second book because in the end, you will want the next book right now.


About the Author

K.N. Lee is an award-winning author that resides in Charlotte, North Carolina. When she is not writing twisted tales, fantasy novels, and dark poetry, she does a great deal of traveling and promotes other authors. Wannabe rock-star, foreign language enthusiast, and anime geek, K.N. Lee also enjoys helping others reach their writing and publishing goals. She is a winner of the Elevate Lifestyle Top 30 Under 30 “Future Leaders of Charlotte” award for her success as a writer, business owner, and for community service.

Her works include, Rise of the Flame, The Chronicles of Koa: Netherworld, Dark Prophet, A Gifted Curse, Wicked Webs, Empty Your Heart, Pixie Dust, and the paranormal collection of short stories, Thicker Than Blood.

Author, K.N. Lee loves hearing from fans and readers. Connect with her!



One thought on “Review – Goddess of War by K.N Lee

  1. Beautiful cover. Prince Aric and Arela sounds like Prince Eric and Princess Ariel. LOL! Excuse me, I’m having a Disney moment. Glad you enjoyed this.

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