The explosive sequel to the international best-seller, The Faithful.
For decades, I Fidele's soulless leaders kidnapped psychic children and sharpened their gifts into weapons used to reshape humanity. Ryanne Jervis was one such child, but she learned the truth too late to stop I Fidele from implementing the first part of their plan: global destruction and the incineration of millions of innocent lives.
Now the impact winter has come, cloaking the earth in smoke, cold - and silence. Isolated on a compound in the mountains of Colorado, Ryanne is haunted by visions of the second phase of I Fidele's new world order: the round-up and brutal internment of all survivors. Seeking absolution for their part in the fall of humanity, and determined to save those who remain, Ryanne's small group of Blasphemare must turn I Fidele's most prized weapon - their own children - against them.
©2016 S.M. Freedman (P)2016 S.M. Freedman
The first book from the series was rally good and interesting-I rated it with five stars. The second book did not fulfill my expectations though. It turned out to be different from the first one- it was more like Harry Potter book, les realistic less believable. I suppose that author was also inspired by the S. King's novel The Stand but the author missed the case..In King's novel I felt the post- apocalyptic world where the main characters were struggling for every day lives... Here it was other way around, I would compare it with Harry Potter playing in some desolate place... therefore I would appreciate more detailed description of the post- apocalyptic world and less magic.
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