Big, blue, and ugly. Who says a troll can’t be the hero?
Chad’s thirty-day sentence may be over, but his trolling has just begun. Forsaking his old ways, he fully embraces a future as Chod, the hero of the forest trolls.
But life in Isle of Mythos isn’t easy for the barbarian summoner. Chod has angered more than one felon on his quest to save his people from extinction, and they’ve sworn vengeance. With a target on his back, Chod is about to find out how difficult the world can be for a hero that looks like a monster.
My Opinion: 290 pages, $4.99, Available on Kindle Unlimited
Still have the same characters, but less focus on the troll society aspect that was introduced in book 1. Instead, you get more of a slice of life exploring action adventure story with the main character and his newly introduced friend who is paying as a dwarven druid. You get peeks at other cultures, mountain trolls, and the dwarves, but nothing as focused as book 1. Still good, just more slice of life and setup for the next book.
Score: 7.2 out of 10