Book Review: The Inferno of Prometheus by Matt Larkin

This is the third book in the Tapestry of Fate series by Matt Larkin that I’ve reviewed, and may I just say, “AAAAAAAaHHHHHHhhhh.” In the best possible way, of course.

1. Thoughts on the plot

This book focuses mainly on the rescue of Prometheus, and the aftermath. There is more travelling through time for Pandora, as well as appearances by Herakles and Odysseus. And that is all I can really say about the details without spoilers. I can say that things are getting very twisty, and I love how the details of the story and the myths are built upon one another, as well as the earlier events, to just add a layer of complexity to everything. I mean, my goodness!

Of course, we’re also getting hints of a larger plot to this world (which makes sense as this series is part of a larger collection of books in the Eschaton Cycle). And oh my, those extra hints? I love it.

2. Thoughts on the characters

Many of these characters are the same ones that have been appearing in the other books, so there’s not much more for me to add about them. Except for the thing with Pandora, that I can’t tell you about because of spoilers. All I can say is, “Oh my stars and stones! How many more layers can you add? AAAHHHAaahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaa”

3. Favourite part

Honestly, I can’t quite decide, which just means there are a lot of really good pieces to this story.

4. Critique

No real critique here, only that it ended, and now I need to read the next book.

Overall, I would say that this is a great continuance of the series, and I am eager to see what happens next! Excellent read.