THE KEY OF KNOWLEDGE by Nora Roberts [Review]

Key Knowledge book

I just finished the 2nd book in the Nora Roberts “key” trilogy, The Key Of Knowledge. This book picks up right where the first one left off. It follows the tale of Dana’s quest for the second key. Like the first quest, which featured Malory, Dana will have 4 weeks to find her key. In order for it to be revealed, she must look within herself, her relationships, and her gift, which is knowledge. She also has the help of 5 of her close friends, as well as the magical Rowenna and Pitte, but in many ways, the quest is hers alone.

The Key Of Knowledge is a little bit darker than the first book, The Key Of Light (read my review here). In order to move forward on her quest, Dana must first confront someone who has caused her a considerable amount of pain in the past. This will inevitably lead to some decisions she must make about her present and future. Another thing that makes this book a darker read is the role of the evil sorcerer, Kane. He had a small part in the first book, but is in this one a lot more. As the women get closer to finding all three keys, he seems to step it up a notch, even crossing the lines of magical law at times to thwart them from finding what they need. There is one part in particular that involves a bathtub that is particularly scary.

Similar to The Key Of Light, The Key of Knowledge is a fun read. I found myself staying up late to finish certain parts. I can already tell that I’m going to be sad when I finish the trilogy. At least I have one more left!

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