Sunday, May 11, 2014

The Curse Breakers (Curse Keepers #2) by Denise Grover Swank

The Curse Breakers (The Curse Keeper, #2)

First I would like to thank you for your patience with this review. It has been a crazy couple of weeks between my son's Eagle Scout Court of Honor, my other son's 16th birthday, a special young lady's high school graduation, and preparing for my son's high school graduation.

I received an ARC of  The Curse Breakers in return for an honest review. Thank you to Miss Grover Swank and 27North for this opportunity.

I was very excited to read the second installment of the Curse Keepers Trilogy. Miss Grover Swank did such a great job on The Curse Keepers.
The Curse Breakers was a good read. It was a little slower read then the first book. Miss Grover Swank went more in depth into Ellie's character. It felt like she was trying to make the reader and Ellie one.
While The Curse Keepers had more action through-out the book, The Curse Breakers delved further into why everything happened and why everything was happening. Yes, there is action in The Curse Breakers, but not near as much as there was in the first book.
Miss Grover Swank did an excellent job continuing Ellie's story. She did a fairly good job bringing across the turmoil and conflict between Ellie and Collin. She does a great job making David, Ellie's new boyfriend and supporter, loveable but at the same time she hints at the possibility that David may not be all that he seems.
For those who liked The Curse Keepers, I highly recommend The Curse Breakers. Miss Grover Swank knows how to create an ending that isn't quite a cliffhanger, but almost feels like a cliffhanger.
If you haven't read The Curse Keepers, you really need to read that before reading The Curse Breakers or it won't make sense. So, I highly recommend both books!