Review: Son of Set
Title: Son of Set (Descendants of Isis #2)
Author: Kelsey Ketch
Published: May 2, 2014ISBN13: 9781499137149
Paperback, 304 pages
Seth O'keefe has broken the laws of his god. He never thought he would sacrifice his own future to protect a Daughter of Isis. But when the Sons of Set discover discover Natti is the Secret Keeper, he had no choice. Now, Seth and Natti are on the run from his father, who wants nothing more than to see his son dead. With no allies, Seth turns to the Daughters off Isis for help, hoping they would protect Natti. But when they meet the Daughters, he discovers a secret that puts both their lives in more danger. Low on options, Seth sees only one possibility for survival. He must solve an ancient puzzle and find the secret name of Ra.
Kelsey Ketch has delivered a great continuation in the second book of the Descendants of Isis series. Quick paced, edge of your seat, hit the ground running are a few adjectives that can be used to describe this book.
Seth O'keefe, the dreamy bad guy turned hero who could charm any girl with his touch, until he met Natti. The attraction was strong and baffled him as to why. Natti, felt the attraction. It frightened her and lured her toward him at the same time.
Now they are running for their lives from his father, the Hem-netzer of the house of Set, and his former friends, Q and Ka. An epic chase ensues to find secret name of Ra and to solve an ancient puzzle.
These characters are strong and vibrant, with twists and turns galore. There is never a dull moment. I cannot wait for the third installment of this trilogy.