The Endless Song
Tales of the Forever Sea: Book Two
by Joshua Phillip Johnson
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Pub Date 24 Jan 2023 | Archive Date 10 Jan 2023
After setting fire to the Forever Sea and leaving the surface world behind, Kindred Greyreach dives below to find a Seafloor populated by roving bands of scavengers. Among them, Kindred discovers a familiar face working to save the Sea from the continued spread of the Greys and the ravages of the world above. But when Kindred finds herself at odds with a faction below the Sea, she and her friends will have to use every power available to them—including their link to the surface world—to forestall disaster.
Meanwhile, above, a boy named Flitch, son of the Baron of the Borders, finds himself caught in a dangerous political crisis as survivors from Arcadia and the Once-City arrive on the Mainland. As monsters from the depths of the Sea begin to surface near the Mainland’s shores, Flitch must also navigate a crisis closer to home. As Flitch, his family, and their allies search for solutions, the truth they seek may lay hidden in old stories and long-held family secrets.
Above and below, Flitch and Kindred must work together to save themselves, their loved ones, and the Forever Sea itself.
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A great sequel. I really enjoyed this follow up and felt it was really well done. This world is imaginative and unlike anything I had read before. Highly recommend if you enjoy fantasy with a unique setting.
this was another wonderful entry in the Tales of the Forever Sea series, it was what I wanted from a sequel. I enjoy the way Joshua Phillip Johnson writes a science fiction novel. It had great elements of a good scifi and I could tell that this book improved from the previous one. It was what I was hoping for and really glad I could go on this journey.
“Over the generations, our family has added what little we can to these maps, keeping careful copies. If you are to step beyond Grandfather’s Library, you must take a map with you. The tunnels are dangerous enough even if you are to walk known paths through static rooms.”
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