HOLES IN THE VEIL
Publication date: Feb 2021
“Packed full of adventure and ending with a cliffhanger that leaves readers anxiously awaiting a sequel.” — Booklist on The Goblets
Immortal, Book 1 in the series.
Having killed his lifelong enemy, Aidan Ingledark finds himself in possession
of a map to the Questing Goblet, one of the Goblets Immortal that gives the drinker luck beyond measure. Meraude seeks this Goblet to wipe out magic kind. Aidan and his traveling companion are determined to find it first but
they must battle through illusion and doubt.
Jinn’s a Sightful seeking the Summoner. She wants to kill her mother, but her foresight ends in darkness. Can she enlist Aidan’s help and change her fate?
The threat of Meraude and her dominion are imminent in this sequel to The Goblets Immortal.
Holes In The Veil by Beth Overmyer is the sequel to The Goblets Immortal, which I reviewed here. I absolutely love Beth Overmyer’s writing and this sequel, it just gets better.
It’s no secret that my favorite genre is fantasy. Beth Overmyer creates a world that is easy to dive into. I was captivated by the world building.
The plot is full of suspense. I couldn’t put this book down. The characters are so well written, it felt as though I was watching them through their journey.
I love when book two is just as great as book one. This is a great read and I highly recommend it.
*I received a free copy of this book from Random Things Tours to review honestly on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*
Beth Overmyer has authored several books—In a Pickle, a middle grade novella,and Circus in a Shot Glass,a women’s fiction novel, being among them. She’s in love with the fantasy genre, mysteries—especially when there’s tea and/or a quirky sleuth involved—and wouldn’t say no to reading and writing in every genre but hardcore horror and erotica. Influencers to her writing include J.R.R. Tolkien and Brandon Sanderson, though Douglas Adams may be lurking in there somewhere.
Love of writing and reading has led to her leading acreative writing group at her local public library, where she once was a pupil. But she doesn’t see herself as a teacher: she’s more of afacilitatorand encourager when needed. Every other week during the school year, they meetand perform various writing exercises, which each individual’s encouraged to then share.
When she’s not writing, reading, editing, drinking tea, or facilitating creative writing meetings, Beth enjoys hanging out with her writing pals for fellowship, brainstorming, and great company. You can visit Beth’s website at
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