I received an ARC of this volume from the author via Give Me Books in exchange for an honest review. hank you London Miller and Give Me Books!
This volume contains the first four books of the Den Of Mercenaries series. Although it is a heavy read, it does not disappoint. I love reading books about trained assassins and assassins in training, so this book fell right up my alley.
The risk with publishing a book in this format, and that each book follows a different character is that they books oftentimes feel too similar; that you are reading the same story, but with different names for four novels in a row. London Miller does not fall for that trap. Now, her books have cohesiveness, similar veins of storytelling, and all share characters, however, each story is inherently different.
Not only are Miller's stories all different, but despite the amount of characters she creates, they are all completely different from one another, which is difficult to do. She makes you love them despite their faults, and that demonstrates talented writing.
Miller is able to keep the reader's attention through every page of this volume. I could not escape this world. My mind kept bringing me back to it, making me question on some of the mysteries of the novel.