Rhyme Carter’s life has been turned upside down as she finds herself married to the Antichrist and watching the man she loves, Emery Merrick, fall into despair. As Rhyme struggles to navigate the dangerous world, she’s found herself in, the Antichrist’s plans to fulfill an ancient prophecy and destroy the world are well underway.
But in Lloyd Jeffries’ A Measure of Rhyme, the second book in the Ages of Malice series, Rhyme emerges as an unlikely hero, determined to take on the dark forces threatening to destroy everything she holds dear. This intense and entertaining supernatural thriller is expertly woven with themes of secret societies, biblical elements, and an impending apocalypse, making for a gripping read from start to finish.
What’s particularly impressive about Jeffries’ writing is his ability to seamlessly incorporate a range of literary themes, from the paranormal to the complexities of love, betrayal, and heartbreak. Each adds its own unique flavor to the story, creating a rich and satisfying cocktail of literary goodness. One of the most striking things about Jeffries’ writing is the strength of his characters. They’re vividly drawn and stay with you long after you’ve finished reading. His writing is precise and packed with intrigue, making it impossible to look away. Despite the dark themes, Jeffries’ writing is also infused with humor, adding a refreshing light to the story. This ability to balance darkness and humor is a testament to his skill as a writer and makes for a truly enjoyable reading experience.
While it may take a little while to get into the heart of the story, the payoff is well worth the wait. A Measure of Rhyme is a must-read for fans of supernatural thrillers and anyone looking for a book that will keep them on the edge of their seat.
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