The Gatekeeper's Challenge - Eva Pohler That was one heck of a cliffhanger to leave this book on!The Gatekeeper's Challenge is the second book in the Gatekeeper's Trilogy. It follows off from the previous book where Than searches for a way for Therese and him to be together after the unexpected events of the last one.There was something about this book that I enjoyed more than the first book. I think it's because I already had an appreciation for the characters. I already knew them from the first book and I didn't have to struggle so much to identify with them. Therese still felt like the same brave girl she was in the last installment and Than was too. I think he was more self-sacrificing in this book though. Also, I liked meeting the same mythological gods as before, but their personalities were so much more different than the previous book. I couldn't help, but make comparisons between this book and the previous one.I thought for a moment that there was going to be some kind of love triangle and I was extremely glad it was an extremely weak one. As a rule, I don't like love triangles. I just don't think they're realistic. A girl can have enough trouble finding one guy let alone two! But, I think it only happened, because of an event that happened in the last book. Plus, Therese got impatient. This book was a lot shorter than the first one, but it was just as full of action as usual. I think I enjoyed the pace a lot more and there wasn't that level of info-dumping as there had been in the first book. Mythology has always been a love of mine and reading this book was great. I still had the problem with the ages as I did in the earlier book, but picturing Therese as a year older helped it not to feel out of place as it had. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Mythology books.Now for my rating:-Three out of five starsThis review can be found here:-