The second book in Wright's Narnia-esque series picks up where the first one left off. It doesn't offer anything new, but I don't see that as a bad thing. I enjoyed this book since he tries to provide a scientific or rational explanation for the gods and their various powers. No one is omnipotent and the magic obeys Sanderson's First Law, which is crucial for the success of a story with magic. Wright has added an interesting layer to our reality and has created unique characters. They're supposed to be young adults and their actions are believable.
I highly recommend this book.
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