The Three-Headed Dagger and The King's Son


Fiction - Fantasy - Urban
184 Pages
Reviewed on 01/12/2021
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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite

The Three-Headed Dagger and The King's Son: Book Two is a fast-paced dark fantasy novel by author Henry Regnault. Five years have passed since the death of Cadence Mage and his brother Christopher. In the meantime, Graves and Meadow have moved in with Jenny. They tutor her in the ways of the sword and gun and give her lessons in the art of channeling her inner magic. But Jenny's powers draw the attention of the fallen angel as her Uncle Cadence's enemies continue to hunt for him and steal her soul. With the help of Graves, Meadow, Silas, Tidus, and Isabella, a revived Cadence must now bring back Jenny's soul as well as deal with his estranged father, the Dark King, and his half-sister Damaris who is hell-bent on destroying him.

The Three-Headed Dagger and The King's Son: Book Two is an action-packed and darkly comic tale that is bound to enrapture fantasy readers. Henry Regnault's book breezes by with swashbuckling action and bouts of comedy spread throughout the narrative. I adored the quirky characters with their snappy dialogue and witty conversations. I found the dynamic between Cadence and his family highly entertaining and his love-hate relationship with his siblings to be moving and hilarious in equal measures. Being the second in the series takes nothing away from the story as the book also seems to work seamlessly as a standalone. I had an absolute blast reading this, and I would recommend it to fans of fantasy.