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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Ullr's Fangs by Katharine Wibell is book 2 in The Incarn Saga. Although I have not read the previous novel in the series, I had very little problem catching up with the story line and falling in love with the characters. I especially loved Lluava; she is sassy, witty and intelligent. She knows her strengths and knows how to use them. However, she is not afraid to second guess herself and her abilities. She knows that her strengths are not foolproof, but that does not stop her from trying her hardest.
The story of Lluava takes a new spin in this second book. After Raiders were defeated, Lluava thought that she would have time to hone her skills, become a better warrior and master her animal form. However, she had no idea that she would not have time to even think her plans through. There is something far more sinister happening, something that is coming right towards her and she has no idea what it is. The enemy is powerful and unknown and Lluava must hone her skills, fight mentally and physically to survive this new wave of attack. But it is not easy, it never was and it never will be. Lluava has to find a way to protect herself, her people and Varren before she runs out of time. But can she do it before time runs out?
This novel had an amazing climax that kept me on the edge of my seat and waiting to see what would happen. Unsurprisingly, Lluava is not a character that you pity. You sympathize with her and you feel connected to her, but she is someone whom you wish you could be like. She is determined and ready to take action, especially when she is cornered. The author did a wonderful job at creating a believable world because I was lost from the moment I read the prologue. It piqued my interest and had me reading on and on until I was so invested that I didn’t even consider stopping. Brilliant, absolutely brilliant! Entertaining, intriguing and very well-written.