Story Rating: *****
Cover Rating: A
It’s rare for me to say the second book was better than the first, but if this second volume isn’t better, it’s equal in all rights. Morning’s Journey is an intense, historical rendering that left me begging for more. I lost many nights of sleep amidst the heartache, joy, devastation, battles, love, lust, and a thousand other feelings or moments this book has to offer. Headlee is an amazing story-teller. Her creation of characters is so raw, honest, and real. I literally had to force myself to read this review before jumping into the final volume of this series, because I MUST find out what happens. The book, over 400 pages, took me only two days to finish, if that says how enthralled I’ve been.
The cover is eye-catching and cohesive with the other volumes of this series. It offers an accurate depiction of the story found inside it’s pages.