Book Review: Imagoes (Imago Series, #2.6) – N.R. Walker

Kindle Edition, 73 pages
Published January 16th 2021

If you haven’t read the Imago series by N.R. Walker, then you should go start adding it to your ‘reader’/ TBR* list because it is absolutely a delightful feel-good series! I swear you won’t regret it! You can read my reviews of the previous books HERE.

I know I’ve been saying this for the last couple of reviews I’ve posted but again, it’s really been ages since I’ve read the last short from this series, when Lawson and Jack visited the guys from the Red Dirt Heart series. So this little add-on that we’ve got right here let us see our boys, Jack and Lawson and their little boy Brennan living their happy and domesticated family life, it was so sweet and just simply adorable.

But of course, another adventure awaits Lawson and Jack as they’re about to discover new breed of butterflies or a new species altogether perhaps? Anyway, their interaction is just again, a signature N.R. Walker storytelling – loved the setting as it made me think of my time vacationing and doing spelunking and rappelling cliffs (gosh, I really cannot believe I did that in the past lol), the side characters and just Jack and Lawson’s interaction with each other. I just wished there’s more Brennan in it! So yeah, this is for fans of the series like moi because you’d absolutely loved this little story, and if you haven’t read the previous two books, I mean – like I’ve said, you’d have to because it’s going to be so worth your moolah.

Rating this a perfect 5 stars!

*TBR – To Be Read.

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