Tuesday, May 23, 2017

The Brothers Three (The Blackwood Saga #1) by Layton Green Review

*I received a eARC of this book for my honest review*

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be plunged into a dangerous fantasy world?

The Blackwood brothers from New Orleans are about to find out. Youngest brother Will dreams of escaping his mundane life as an apprentice contractor. Caleb is a bartender whose charm and good looks see him through life. Val, the eldest, is a high-powered attorney who hides the fact that he can perform parlor tricks with his mind.

The brothers' lives are changed forever when they receive a belated inheritance from their father: a staff with a mysterious stone on top, a pair of rogue's bracers, and a sword that Will can barely lift. Searching for an explanation, it is not until a strange key whisks the brothers across time and space, into a terrifying version of New Orleans ruled by wizards, that the brothers accept the truth and undergo a perilous journey home. With the help of an alluring but deadly adventurer, they must break into the keep of a sorcerer known for his love of diabolical games, find a trio of enchanted talismans, and somehow defeat an evil wizard who can raise legions of the undead to do his bidding.

It seems the brothers have found their adventure. But will they live to tell the tale?


I have read almost all books that Layton Green has written so far and I am a huge fan so when he emailed me asking me if I wanted to review The Brother's Three I just had to jump on the chance.

I am so glad I read this book because I absolutely loved this book. The Brother's three is well paced with interesting characters.

I can't wait for the next book in this series and I will be buying the first book in paperback as soon as I get the chance because this is one I know I will be reading again and again in the future.

I give The Brother's Three by Layton Green 5 out of 5. 

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