KDT4 Available for Purchase

  • Ray
    Posted at 18:43h, 29 October Reply

    I’ve read each book in the series 4 times now, (yes even the latest one), and I only found out about them 3 months ago. That should tell you how much I enjoy them. I have to ask though, did “Connovan” kill his strikers as well before leaving the fortress? It seems like it would make sense to clean up loose ends, but I can’t see any other Rez defeating all the strikers at once, so if he did kill them he must have been ordered to in their sleep one at a time or something. Also, please tell me we won’t have to wait too much longer to solve the mystery of Rezkin’s masters, why did they kill each other! Did one go rogue? Did they know Caydean was trying to kill Rezkin? If so why would they still tell him to serve his king? Ahhhh soo many questions, please answer them soon!!

    Also, is there any even ballpark guess as to when book 5 will come out? Like fall of 2019, or early 2020, something like that?

  • Isaac B Agonoy
    Posted at 23:45h, 15 October Reply

    I bought and read it in 4 days! I couldn’t put it down. Now i have to wait another year for the 5th book argh!

  • Sudhir
    Posted at 09:13h, 07 October Reply

    Hi Kel,

    Loved the book. The only point I pernoally found odd is the way you broke up Rezkin and Fresha. It has to happen though the way you did it felt odd. Looking forward to book 5

    • James Newell
      Posted at 18:40h, 19 October Reply


    • Ray
      Posted at 18:47h, 29 October Reply

      I think the way they broke up made a lot of sense, I think the way Frisha moved on after that was handled a bit too quickly. It just seemed to come out of nowhere, although when you think about it I know Teiran and Frisha spent a lot of time together off screen, so just because we readers didn’t see it doesn’t mean there wasn’t time for the two of them to fall for each other.

      I also loved the little detail of back in book 2 Rezkin telling Teiran his talent would be useful for creating a garden for his betrothed, the he believes women would find such a gesture romantic, and then in Book 4 we see Teiran taking Frisha in a walk in a portion of the garden he made that had all the scents of herbs from her mother’s garden from home, so it smelled just like home to her. Nice job Kade!

  • Narayan
    Posted at 14:13h, 28 September Reply

    I am a KDT fan, what I love about it is there is no repetition in the writing and the character of the protagonist is steady unlike in other books. I have enjoyed the previous 3 books and waiting for the audiobook release of the 4th one. I have only one complain, as per the story, the protagonist is so handsome that girls fawn over him, now my question is- from which angle the guy in the cover looks handsome? I am sorry but after listening the story, such an ugly face in the cover doesn’t sit well with me. I am quite sure, had I not listened the story earlier, looking at the cover I wouldn’t have been interested in the series. Hope they will make the cover face more handsome in the next book.

  • Jordan
    Posted at 12:46h, 26 September Reply

    So it just me or did some of the characters have major personality changes starting in book 3 mostly when they got to Caellurum?

    • Kel Kade
      Posted at 13:44h, 26 September Reply

      It’s not just you. My characters are not one-dimensional. They’ve just lost everything–their homes, their possessions, their families and friends, their stations in life, all their plans for the future–and people have died. Not only that, but they’re scared and wholly dependant on this mysterious man they barely know. While some writers may maintain the status quo for their characters, mine are “real” people who are strongly affected by events and the trials they face.

      • Robert Stoermer
        Posted at 16:31h, 26 September Reply


        Can you suggest any like yours books I could read?

  • Rose
    Posted at 22:31h, 23 September Reply

    I am excited to find that for the second week in a row Amazon lists “Kingdoms and Chaos” as a best seller. This makes it equally hard to read some of the Amazon comments. This is what I liked about Book 4 – (1) Tam has his own story, (2) Malcius is growing and Ysseri is helping him along, (3) Frisha has also grown and is making wiser decisions about what she wants in a love interest, and (4) I knew it!!! Rez is only part human. In fact, he has died many times. I also believe Rez is part Fae and this is what makes it so easy for him to communicate with the Ahn. What I didn’t like – (1) wrangling with the publishing editor’s use of auto-spellchecker. They could do better. (2) I distinctly remember a description of Rez in Book 4 having dark hair. Yet, he’s a Blonde on the cover. (3) Did Rez lose his innocence in Book 4? I think he did. Kel Kade, you just bowled over it! Don’t get me wrong, I dropped the book and laughed out loud. But, I like the story because Rez is maturing and embracing life as an “outworlder.” Getting whelps and teeth marks isn’t something I think poor Rez expected or responded to well to on his wedding night. Was this intentional? Is poor Rez supposed to develop “hang-ups?” I’m just saying…

    • Josh D
      Posted at 22:34h, 23 September Reply

      Actually Rez has black hair on the cover.

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