Lornyc and Methian go on a multi-dimentional romp in this second Reagalos entry

58459481._SY475_Idolatry by Rebecca Cohen

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

In which Lornyc becomes a God 😁

Oh this book is fab, it’s a rollercoaster of a ride through space – literally – as Lornyc has to deal with the unexpected fallout of being declared a living deity by the Church of the Orb.

When something breaks free from one of the orbs that give the Reagalos family their power, Lornyc, Methian and his Caveer Guards have to chase it through multiple universes trying to catch it before it causes even more issues.

What follows is a romp into different worlds where Lornyc and Methian have to impersonate their own alternative reality selves as they chase the entity from the orb.

It’s at times funny, at times poignantly sad, but throughout it all, it becomes very clear that in every world wherever there is a Lornyc, there is a Methian.

More plotting goes on in the wider world of the Five Cities too as Lornyc’s family step in to keep an eye on things while he’s off through the dimensions.

There are developments in his relationship with Methian, and we get to see more of how they tick as a pairing. Lornyc’s own powers are also changing and growing stronger and the reader gets a very strong sense that there is something big on the way.

As with the first book, I was involved as a beta reader for this second publication and it’s just my kind of thing, I raced through it both times.

#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.

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