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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Art of Destiny is the second novel in The Elite Way series by Vincent Bowe. Richard, Rijo, Kao, and Jake are back, and this time, their task is more complex than they anticipated. Now that they are trained warriors, the Council of Waywar’s Gate makes them aware of a danger that can destroy civilizations if not stopped in time, and the Elites are the first target. With these warriors out of the way, it makes eliminating the rest of humanity much easier. But Rijo, Kao, Jake, and Richard are the Elites for a reason. All they have to do is find a magical tree in a deadly forest and determine the identity of their new enemy. However, it is not easy. They are still getting used to their powers, and if they aren’t careful, millions of people are going to die.
Guardians of the Galaxy meets Fight Club is the perfect way to describe Art of Destiny. Containing symmetry and rhythm, it is a brilliant and entertaining story. Each of the Elite characters has a fascinating backstory. The four men work together as a team (even if they tease each other, which is a lot of fun). Out of the four members, Kao is my favorite. He is a little hesitant but very charming. The portrayal of The Land of Degenerates creates vivid images and makes it easy to imagine the environment and situations in the story. Vincent Bowe keeps a perfect balance between action, adventure, and fantasy. In short, The Elite Way: Art of Destiny by Vincent Bowe is a fantastic novel.