I received a copy of this book at no cost from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
In this second installment in Ayer’s “Skinwalker” series, we learn a lot more about Kai, Logan and the Dark World universe where both this and her “Soul Tracker” series are set.
This time, Kai is preparing to rescue some people from the demonic dimensions where they’ve been trapped, but she’s still severely weakened by the poison she was infected with in the previous book.
There’s a lot of character development in this book, and it’s fun to see Kai growing in her abilities and the understanding of the role she’s destined to play. Her relationship with Logan is sweet, and I liked being able to see her interacting more with her grandmother. We also get a visit from Saleem, one of the main characters of the “Soul Tracker” series. You don’t need to know anything about that series, however, as none of what Saleem does here is tied to what he does in those books.
I enjoyed this installment a great deal and it does a good job of ratcheting the tension up for the next book in the series.