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By Rebecca Crunden | Comments: ( 648 ) | Date: ( Dec 13, 2019 )

The four remaining fugitives are now spread across the Kingdom And with the fate of the others unknown to him, Nate Anteros prays for a fast execution Yet execution does not come After a meeting with the King which leaves Nate questioning his sanity, he s sent to a workcamp in Argon Basin for five years of hard labour It s there that Nate learns what became of his frieThe four remaining fugitives are now spread across the Kingdom And with the fate of the others unknown to him, Nate Anteros prays for a fast execution Yet execution does not come After a meeting with the King which leaves Nate questioning his sanity, he s sent to a workcamp in Argon Basin for five years of hard labour It s there that Nate learns what became of his friends upon their arrest And as his strength returns to him, and he s plagued by dreams which are much too real to be ignored, Nate decides five years is far too long to wait


  • Title: A History of Madness (The Outlands Pentalogy #2)
  • Author: Rebecca Crunden
  • ISBN: 9781548579517
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments A History of Madness (The Outlands Pentalogy #2)

  • Ty

    I love this story that Rebecca has set out to tell. So far, both books have utterly captivated me, and I love the characters--especially Nate--and the storyline. I can sincerely see this series one day being all the rage among readers. I do, however, wish the story would slow down a bit. "A History of Madness" is a fast-paced book that keeps the reader hooked through the rapid telling of events. I feel like suspense could have been added to the book by taking more time to tell about each big eve [...]


  • H.K.

    Completely and utterly spectacular, and so very detailed and full of emotional depth. I was hooked on every word and scene. Loved this installment and can't wait to read the next. Bravo to the author too for creating this world and such fantastic characters.


  • Meredith

    Awesome, dark, and some good twists. Looking forward to the next one. :)


  • Tom Sinclair

    This is the second book in the series and even better than the first. Crunden's work is remarkable for its cohesive intricacy and readability. The books are literally page turners! I have re-read both novels and find myself catching things I missed the first time around. I haven't done that with a series since Harry Potter.Some have argued that the books are too dark or dismal to capture a wide audience but I strongly disagree. Throughout Crunden maintains hope -- past, present and future -- of [...]


  • Lene

    I loved the first book in this series, but I think I loved this one even more!The main character in this book is Nate, who was my favorite in book one. We are also reunited with several of the other characters that we met in the first book, and it's nice to get to know them some more here. I don't want to spoil too much, but I really enjoyed the journey that the characters took in this book, and the cliffhanger of an ending only left me craving more of this story.One of the things that really im [...]


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