With Unity formed, Gunnar feels like he's created a family like he's never had before. All that's left is to grow in strength, continue building in Edgewood, and maybe earn a little affection from Princess Adeelee. Nothing can tear him away from his friends and newly founded guild.
Or can it?
Gunnar still has a lot to learn about his massive, new world. There are eyes and ears everywhere. Deception can come when you least expect it, and in Eden's Gate, sometimes you can lose control of your own fate.
And Rachel? Maybe she's still out there...somewhere.
I really like the book but...
I really don’t understand what’s up with the author’s casual misogyny. It’s really rampant and uncomfortable to read every couple chapters anytime one of the male characters talk about a women. Even the main love interest is referred to as “a piece of a**” by the main character. It feels so unnecessary to the story, comes off as unprofessional, and is all in all, my biggest complaint with the book.
On a less disturbing, but still annoying note, the main character is unbelievably dumb. I understand not wanting to make a Gary Stu character, but does he really need to act confused at EVERYTHING? I found myself rolling my eyes at least every 10 minutes.