On the Shoulders of Titans

On the Shoulders of Titans

Corin Cadence finally has a firm reason to believe his brother, Tristan, is still alive.

Unfortunately, finding more information isn’t going to be easy. Tristan appears to be entangled with a clandestine organization that calls themselves Whispers. And Corin’s last brush with the Whispers didn’t exactly end well.

As much as he wants to follow that lead, Corin has more pressing problems to deal with.

Sera is still suffering from a mysterious malady that has stolen her voice and her magic. Corin knows that a portion of that is his fault, and he’s determined to fix it.

His mother is still off in another country, and there are growing odds that she’s involved with a conspiracy to overthrow the visages.

Corin has also been branded with a new magical mark on his right hand — one that even veteran climbers don’t seem to recognize. He’s going to need to figure out how it works, otherwise it could be more of a vulnerability than an asset.

Corin still hasn’t finished his first year at Lorian Heights. If he fails his final exams, he’ll be sent off to the military, and lose his chance to investigate his brother’s fate.

And finally, there’s the issue of enemies.

He might have made a few of them.

The biggest problem?

He’s not sure if Jin, once one of his closest companions, is one of them.

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    On the Shoulders of Titans Reviews

  • Petrik

    ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest reviewIf you loved Sufficiently Advanced Magic, I really don’t see why you wouldn’t enjoy this sequel.On the Shoulders of Titans is the sequel ...

  • Esmerelda Weatherwax

    HOLY SHIT I GOT AN ARC OF THIS! This is one of those books where I would have stopped everything to read it the day it came out – I love the first book and I was finishing up a re-read of it via aud...

  • Kaitlin

    This is a book I was highly anticipating as the first book in the series instantly became a firm favourite for me, and I really enjoyed getting to experience a new style of writing I'd not encountered...

  • Rebecca

    Much like Sufficiently Advanced Magic for me this hit just about all the right notes, though I think it definitely has a very defined audience, this one splendidly catered to it's niche audience inste...

  • Jon Adams

    This just started too slow for me to give it 5 stars. I appreciate the amount of work the author has put into his magic system, but I found myself glazing over sections of explanation. ...

  • Sharkie

    Reshing amazing. I love this book so damn much, it's just so great.I feel like Corin is my spirit Character. Which may say something about me.... ah well. The plot is fast and fun, there's serious bit...

  • Evelyn Park

    I’m so excited this came out, and I honestly can’t believe it’s self published.On the Shoulders of Titans retains the same wry charm as the first, and maintains most of its strengths. The book b...

  • Natalie

    Resh. Gotta wait for 2020.After the dramatic ending from the first book, I was waiting impatiently for this one and probably should’ve been doing work instead of reading... I regret nothing. Corin...

  • Christopher Ray

    I really want to beta this book!...

  • WhiteCollarWarlock

    I enjoyed this sequel. It improves on the original in many ways - most importantly, character interactions and relationships are much more of a focus, which is great! Corin's keeping of everyone at ar...