Skysworn by Will Wight
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
Series: Cradle (Book #4 of 12)
Genre: Fantasy, Progression Fantasy, Xianxia
Pages: 292 pages
Published: 30th September 2017 by Hidden Gnome Publishing (Indie)
Wei Shi Lindon may not have any advancement happening to him in this book, but the series did. Skysworn, just like each respective previous books, once again upgraded the overall quality of the Cradle series.
I honestly think that Skysworn was even better than Blackflame; imagine my surprise when I found out that many readers thought of this one as a downgrade for the series. I respectfully disagree. What happened in Skysworn is the direction that the series needs, although I highly enjoyed Blackflame, I didn’t have that uncontrollable urge to continue with the series. But now? I might be having nightmares if I don’t continue with the series.
“I don’t have any love for the Jai clan, but as for you, if I saw you on fire I’d hold an umbrella for you so the rain didn’t put you out.”