Birthright Volume 2 Call to Adventure PDF Î

Birthright Volume 2 Call to Adventure PDF Î

Birthright Volume 2 Call to Adventure ❆ [KINDLE] ✿ Birthright Volume 2 Call to Adventure By Joshua Williamson ➟ – Fugitives from the law Brennan will need all the survival skills Mikey learned in Terrenos to stay alive But something has followed Mikey back that's strong enough to tear the brothers apartCollecting Fugitives from the law Brennan will 2 Call Kindle Ò need all the survival skills Mikey learned in Terrenos to stay alive But something has followed Birthright Volume PDF \ Mikey back that's strong enough to tear the brothers apartCollecting Birthright .

10 thoughts on “Birthright Volume 2 Call to Adventure

  1. Anne Anne says:

    Mikey Brennan are still on the run from the human authorities but importantly they're on the run from some crazy shit from Terrenos as well A cool side story happening their mom is starting to put two and two together and coming up with a pregnant daughter in law with wings from another dimension Everything about that sentence gets me excited for the next volume I love Brennan He's such a great character and such a good brotherBut I love Mikey because he's so sketchy that I can never uite figure out what side he's actually on Is he bad pretending to be good? Or is he good pretending to be bad pretending to be good? Or is he bad trying to be good pretending to be good but still kind of bad?I don't know This is a really good story and I never would have found it without my friends here on Goodreads

  2. Ivan Ivan says:

    I gave first volume 5 stars for potential and interesting premise than current uality but it's not living up to itNot really bad but story hasn't griped me yet and I don't care for any of the charactersThat being said I do plan to continue the series since I still believe it can shape up to be really good

  3. Chad Chad says:

    This series is absolutely fantastic Great art and coloring Amazing story I can't wait to see where it's headed Mikey and Brennan continue their hunt for the wizards from Terranos and we learn some of the secrets Mikey is keeping

  4. Connor Connor says:

    This was a bit a of whirlwind It seemed like I flew through it but I didn't get much substance if that makes sense I loved what we got but I think it just continued story lines from the first volume without much else going on I do love seeing the parents storyline and I hope it becomes a bigger part as the series goes along I'm invested for sure so we'll see what comes with the third volume

  5. James DeSantis James DeSantis says:

    Man oh man it's hard to find someone to root for in this series Everyone seems like a dick Everyone who is good has some evil plotting behind them The glimpses into the past about Mikey growing up is real interesting I also still love the art I think it's solid as hell However the story feels all over the place One second they're heading out to hunt Next they're near a small town The brothers together feel okay I never feel the real love of brothers there The parents which were great in the last volume are barely here now It's a fun entertaining read but everytime I finish I can't help but feel man this could be amazing but I'll probably check out volume 3 regardless

  6. Michelle Morrell Michelle Morrell says:

    The second volume doesn't feel as strong as the first but it's still a rollicking story I want to know where it's going from here Have I figured out a very important later story twist? Probably Still will be fun to watch it unfold and the art is magnificent fun

  7. GrilledCheeseSamurai (Scott) GrilledCheeseSamurai (Scott) says:

    Good enough for a second volume Nothing new was really introducedmostly just treading water and solidifying the rules of the storyThe art and coloring are spectacular again and even though the story itself didn't blow me out of the water the action was top notch and made for a pretty right on way to spend 30 minutes

  8. Chris Chris says:

    Fantasy series aren't usually my thing but the first volume of Birthright drew me in with it's engaging story and superb artwork Unfortunately Call To Adventure loses some of that momentum with a slightly disappointing follow up The characterisation is still strong but the excitement of Homecoming just isn't thereAndrei Bressan and Adriano Lucas are still an incredible art team Writer Joshua Williamson could script someone walking from A to B and the artists would still work wonders with it Considering that A and B in Birthright are the wilderness and magically altered landscapes then it's no surprise that their artwork is the highlight of the bookAs for the story there are moments when things started to pick up but i'd like to have seen of Rya after the cliffhanger in Vol 1 Likewise there aren't as many intriguing flashbacks to Mikey's time on Terrenos Instead there's a lot of talk about souls magic spirits and environmental cleansing It's a decent read but still closer to the sort of story I normally avoid rather than the family driven fantasy the series started out withThere are however some intriguing developments for Mikey and Brennan with uestions being raised about the true nature of the brothers A new security agent joins the hunt for the duo and Wendy finally starts to accept that her son's story may be true Overall Call To Adventure only disappoints because the first book was so good but I hope the series shifts to a higher gear for Vol 3 It'd be a shame for it to lose it's way after such an energised start

  9. Shadowdenizen Shadowdenizen says:

    While still readable and fairly enjoyable this second volume is considerably weaker and less intriguing than the firstWhat started as an interesting twist on the fantasy genre has become of a by the numbers and convoluted mess with little new information gained or growth for the charactersA dejected 3 stars for this; here's hoping the title turns back around for Volume 3

  10. Chris Lemmerman Chris Lemmerman says:

    Nowhere near as revolutionary and exciting as the first volume; in fact a little predictable especially as the volume moved on The artwork is still amazing however and that's than worth sticking around for Hopefully the story moves into dangerous territory rather than sticking with the usual fantasy tropes especially considering it's a series that tries to turn the usual tropes on their collective head

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