Kings Justice (Knights of Breton Court, #2)

Kings Justice (Knights of Breton Court, #2) Download Kings Justice Knights Of Breton Court, 2 Author Maurice Broaddus Jobs In Kingston.co.uk FROM THE DRUG GANGS OF DOWNTOWN INDIANAPOLIS, THE ONE TRUE KING WILL ARISE Guided By The Crazed Visions Of His Advisor Merle, King Knows That He Must Unite The Opposing Factions, Before The Streets Erupt In All Out War But How Can He Preach Peace When Even His Own Warriors Are Plotting Against Him A Heart Stopping Mix Of Ancient Myth And Powerful Gang Action, From The Author Of King Maker.File Under Urban Fantasy Street Gangs Drug Wars Wild Magic Gather Darkness

  • 3.1
  • 330
  • English
  • 08 November 2018
  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • 0857660829
  • Kings Justice (Knights of Breton Court, #2)
  • Maurice Broaddus

10 thoughts on “Kings Justice (Knights of Breton Court, #2)

  1. Zoe says:

    I m putting King s Justice down 160 pages in, or roughly at halfway point in the book, and I can t recall when I ve feltcheated by a sequel I loved the first book in this series, King Maker, but even then, I d noted that the book spenttime with the villains than it did with the heroes This felt fitting to me in the first book, because Arthurian legends aren t so much about King Arthur as they are about his kingdom Nevertheless, I assumed that with the street gangs in King s Indian I m putting King s Justice down 160 pages in, or roughly at halfway point in the book, and I can t recall when I ve feltcheated by a sequel I loved the first book in this series, King Maker, but even then, I d noted that the book spenttime with the villains than it did with the heroes This felt fitting to me in the first book, because Arthurian legends aren t so much about King Arthur as they are about his kingdom Nevertheless, I assumed that with the street gangs in King s Indianapolis hood having fallen apart, the second book would beabout King and his crew of knights No, instead, we re introduced to a group of gang bangers so similar that e...

  2. Gef says:

    I missed out on reading the first book in Broaddus Knights of Breton Court series, King Maker, so when I won this ARC copy of the sequel via Goodreads, I wondered if I was going to be stepping into a book with no idea of the backstory Thankfully, Broaddus sets the stage early on in the book by re introducing the major players and the stakes leading from the first book into this one.It also helps that the series is a non too subtle Arthurian legend with a modern day backdrop, so a little famili I missed out on reading the first book in Broaddus Knights of Breton Court series, King Maker, so when I won this ARC copy of the sequel via Goodreads, I wondered if I was going to be stepping into a book with no idea of the backstory Thankfully, Broaddus sets the stage early on in the book by re introducing the major players and the stakes leading from the first book into this one.It also helps that the series is a non too subtle Arthurian legend with a modern day backdrop, so a little familiarity with who some of the character...

  3. Nick Cato says:

    Broaddus second KNIGHTS installment takes a deeper look at King James White he s still trying to find his true calling, this time believing he s the one to try and unite all the gangs and crews in their poverty stricken Indianapolis neighborhood A parlay is called and the results are mixed King s still trying to find out who is for their survival and who s out for themselves, although one hood makes it abundantly clear he s happier to be on his own.Said hood, Colvin, is this episode s main v Broaddus second KNIGHTS installment takes a deeper look at King James White he s still trying to find his true calling, this time believing he s the one to try and unite all the gangs and crews in their poverty stricken Indianapolis neighborhood A parlay is called and the results are mixed King s still trying to find out who is for their survival and who s out for themselves, although one hood makes it abundantly clear he s happier to be on his own.Said hood, Colvin, is this episode s main villain, who s also one of the chosen few to harvest supernatural abilities his own private, summoned army of cannibalistic dwarves provide a couple of great battle scenes.As with KING MAKER, KING S JUSTICE does a fine job of telling a ...

  4. Karissa says:

    Okay I will start off by saying the only reason I am writing this review is because I won this book through Goodreads First Reads quite some time ago over a year I think I feel like I have to write some sort of review or at least provide some sort of explanation for why I got and never ended up reading this book.I actually bought the first book in the Knights of Breton Court series so that I could read that book before I read this one That s where my trouble started I was not able to fin Okay I will start off by saying the only reason I am writing this review is because I won this book through Goodreads First Reads quite some time ago over a year I think I feel like I have to write some sort of review or...

  5. Jessica says:

    I was one of the lucky winners of this book Thanks Goodreads This book was ok not great not bad When I started it I found it quite annoying perhaps I m too pale and pasty a white girl but the language was way to ghetto for me I forced myself to keep reading as I did win I felt the least I could do was review it Once I got going it was fine Mr Broaddus has talent and I m sure will go a long way as his flow was the reason I kept reading The issues I had with the book aside from the way t...

  6. Amy says:

    I think the premises of this book was a good one I usually really enjoy urban fantasy, but this one did not sit well with me I m not sure if it was the over abundance of language or maybe I just do not get the whole gang lifestyle I liked how there was backgrounds for the characters introduced to me in this book, however, I found that not too far into the book, I was starting to drown in the amount of characters I was reading about This was the first book in this series that I had read, an I think the premises of this book was a good one I usually really enjoy urban fantasy, but this one did not ...

  7. Michael Healy says:

    King Maker was about King stepping into his Arthurian role in shaping a community, bringing hope to a neighborhood torn apart by poverty and violence.This book is not about that, it s the second act in any good Arthurian tale It is where the King s flaws start to show, where the violence he sought be rid of is shown to be truly systematic and beyond the scope of one man and his crew This book does not contain the same hope that it s predecessor did but it still recognizes that there is still g King Maker was about King stepping into his Arthurian role in shaping a community, bringing hope to a neighborhood torn apart by poverty and violence.This bo...

  8. Josh says:

    Frustrating Maurice Broaddus CAN write but this book is plotless and lacks character depth Somehow, King becomes a messiah, the Godfather of the ghetto without reason, there is little written about the rise in respect and cred of King, only that people follow and heed his order As does KING MAKER, this book suffers from too many characters playing too little roles The fantastical elements also seemed an afterthought, had this been a pure crime maybe I would ve bumped it up a star it just d...

  9. Jenny says:

    This is a free book from the Goodreads First Reads giveaways I really tried to like this book which was categorized as urban fantasy I m not sure if I was at a disadvantage since I did not read volume 1 in the series The writing had moments that reflected the ghetto type living with shades of Legend of King Arthur which caught my interest Unfortunately it seemed like the author was juggling too many characters and missed out on plot development Plus the parts involving magic seemed like an This is a free book from the Goodreads First Reads giveaways I really tried to like this book which was categorized as urban fantasy I m not sure if I was at a disadvantage since I did not read volume 1 in the series The writing had moments that reflected the ghetto type living with shades of Legend of King Arthur which caught my interest Unfortunately it seemed l...

  10. Craig says:

    This is the second volume of the story of Camelot as played out in the world of contemporary street gangs, drugs, violence, and poverty The portrayal is both relentlessly and excellently executed, and, while it is neither an easy nor a fun book to re...

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