The Broken Lands Book of the Diary of the Displaced SeriesThe Journal of James Halldon continuesAfter escaping from The Corridor with DogThing Rudy and Adler James discovers that the world awaiting him outside is

  • Title: The Broken Lands
  • Author: Glynn James
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 341
  • Format: ebook
  • Book 2 of the Diary of the Displaced SeriesThe Journal of James Halldon continuesAfter escaping from The Corridor with DogThing, Rudy and Adler, James discovers that the world awaiting him outside is just as harsh as the one he had left behind.The horrors that he had escaped from, that lurked in the darkness, would continue to haunt him in the bright sunlight of The BroBook 2 of the Diary of the Displaced SeriesThe Journal of James Halldon continuesAfter escaping from The Corridor with DogThing, Rudy and Adler, James discovers that the world awaiting him outside is just as harsh as the one he had left behind.The horrors that he had escaped from, that lurked in the darkness, would continue to haunt him in the bright sunlight of The Broken Lands.Will he find a way to recover his memories Who was the creature that hunted him in The Corridor

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      Published :2018-05-04T14:37:10+00:00

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    1. Not QUITE as incredible as part 1, Diary Of The Displaced, but still a very good read. We get a lot of answers to the questions that we were left with at the end of book 1r instance what exactly had been going on during the whole book and why James couldn't remember why he was there?! So that was definitely a plus. I thought the author did that in a very unique way. Yes, we've seen flashbacks before but these were different to say the least. These flashbacks completely took control of James to w [...]

    2. James has really created a storyline that draws the reader deeper and deeper into his bizarre worlds and realities. He has characters who make you want to know more about each of them and because of that, what could be a very complicated sell with the layers of reality and worlds he introduces the reader to, we are able to keep from getting lost in the complexity of it all. He tantalizes the reader along with very slow character development which, because they are such great characters, makes yo [...]

    3. Following on from the Diary of the Displaced: The Journal of James Halldon we follow our intrepid survivor as he discovers the answers to his many questions, giving rise to some very surprising revelations and yet more questions. In the process not only do DogThing, Adler and Rudy stick by his side by he finds himself aquiring even more friends and supporters as he finds himself to be more well known and important than he could have imagined. The writing is superb and thoroughly engrossing and t [...]

    4. Another great read in the series, set in a strange and disjointed world with enemies on all sides.As James continues his arduous journey, additional characters are introduced, alongside familiar ones. Together they make an intriguing plot come to life.This installment also reveals important details of James' forgotten past and further unveils the reasons behind his enemies' actions.Overall, some fabulously imaginative storytelling, yet there were subtle differences between this and book one - so [...]

    5. An interesting turn of events. I am hesitant to read the next book simply because I almost don't want it to end and have to wait for more answers!

    6. This is a must read! We finally get answers as to why James doesn't remember his past, the truth about The Corridor and Cutterjack, and his history with DogThing. In The Broken Lands, James stumbled upon the new creatures Cutterjack has created. He also meets another tough character who's seeking his wife in this disjointed world. This sequel like the first one is high on survival and mystery but I find this a little bit on the SciFi side, not as incredible as the first book, The Journal of Jame [...]

    7. Finally, answers to the many questions that were raised in the first book. This book is chock full of answers about James, the Maw, what is going on, what the corridor is, who Cutterjack is. The plot is also much deeper than the first book. In Broken Lands we find out a lot about the main character and this opens up a whole new world different from the first book. There are a ton of potential new characters and plotlines. Broken Lands was not as thrilling and scary as the first book, with a man [...]

    8. When James Halldon escapes his prison that is the Corridor, he, Rudy, Adler, and DogThing, his maw friend, set out on a new adventure. Along the way they come across new creatures that Cutterjack has created. When James meets Reg, he travels in a new direction, searching for the Sisters of Rahl. Many hardships come along the way, but when they reach the Sisters, James's memory will return. When he learns about his family, and those he left behind, he returns to the Corridor to complete a deal, b [...]

    9. This third book really joins together the first two books and makes sense of a lot of things that happened in both. After reading this book, you will know why things happened as they did in the first two books. While I was happy to spend more time with familiar characters, particularly Reggie from book two, the storyline has shifted away from what hooked me on the prior books.In my opinion this is no longer the weird horror fiction that I so enjoyed from the previous books. This has become more [...]

    10. I loved the first book for its overwhelming sense of mystery; for the feeling that I was just about to understand what was happening and how things worked, but never got there.This second book in the series continues that feeling, showing the reader an ever-expanding world of richly imagined places, people and things. Then about two-thirds of the way through the book revelations begin to come fast and furious with one gut-punching moment after another of "wait, he's what?" and "Oh my God, she's [...]

    11. 2nd book in series. Better than the first? Not sure- equal to, at least. Loved it. Wish there had been a recap of previous book, as I am such a voracious reader that at times I forget some bits. Didn't take long for me to remember though. Yes, this book really does have all the creatures I mention on my shelves in it. It's not cheesy, it's awesome! I think a character in the book is a crossover from another book, or maybe I just read too much. More please!

    12. I loved this book just as much if not more than its predecessor. In this second installment we learn more about our hero, James Halldon, and antagonist, Cutter Jack. The environment and characters are rich and unique. The detail so clear and vivid the reader might as well be walking along with James and Dogthing. This series is definitely a must read for fantasy readers of all ages. I haven't been so enthusiastic about a fantasy series since Eddings Belgarid, or King's D.T. series.

    13. Another intriguing tale from Glynn James which sees James Halldon (and the readers) get some questions answered. Great to see some familiar faces from the author's others stories appear in the book, and I'm intrigued by the more fantastical elements introduced in this story (vampires and werewolves). The ending leaves the story open for a follow up which I eagerly await.

    14. Surprisingly awesome Surprisingly awesomethe first one was slightly farfetched at first but once you realized what was going on you were sucked right into this world and it only got better with the second

    15. Another enjoyable read from a book I normally would never look twice at. more questions have been answered and now I move on to book 3!

    16. This book is really interesting. I enjoy the journal style entry. It is so hardto put down. I wanted to keep reading and reading.

    17. Worth the wait to find out what happened after 'Diary of the Displaced' - here's hoping it's a trilogy (at least)!

    18. James has found himself in a new land, with a lot of new questions. This is only the first episode, but I am looking forward to the journey.

    19. Yet another great book for Glynn Jamehope he is working on another book can't. get enough of his work. Thank you Glynn.

    20. OddStill strange, but I'm still digging it and must now get the next one to find out what happens next.

    21. Glynn--did I mention that you rock!?!? I'm so happy reading your work that I can't stop smiling :) More, please?

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