Thursday, September 03, 2015
After tackling her first mission and coming to terms with her power of empathy, Andriana discovers her first battles were only a taste of what is to come. She and her knight, Ronan, have admitted their feelings for each other, but their bonds are tested when Dri is captured by their mortal and spiritual enemy—Sethos—and his master, Keallach, emperor of Pacifica. Andriana is certain Keallach can be convinced to follow the Maker's plan and join the other Remnants … but in time, she must decide whether she really can pull him back to the Way, or if Sethos's web of darkness has slowly and thoroughly trapped them both … forever.
I apparently didn't learn my lesson after I forgot to review the first book in this series shortly after reading it and I have done the same thing with this book. So I want to apologize in advance if this review is a little short and maybe not as detailed as I would like!
That all being said I did love this book! The dystopian world this author created is genius and I love the her style of writing! It is so easy to just get lost in the story and be totally immersed in another time and place!
I also once again loved all of the characters and it was cool to watch as they continued to flesh out their unique groups dynamics! I love how different each of the Ailith were from each other yet together they were a force to be reckoned with!
Everything about this book was brilliant from the writing, to the characters, to the action that had me on the edge of my seat wondering what would happen next! I highly recommend this series and I can't wait for book three!
Meet the Author
Lisa T. Bergren is Tim's wife, Olivia, Emma and Jack's mom, and an explorer of people, places and stories in many genres. She's written over 40 books and sold over 2.5 million of them, with the help of some good publishing people and readers like you. You can find more about her at www.LisaTawnBergren.com.
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