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I've restored my soul, but now I'm trapped in the Citadel, separated from Ali. Worse, she believes I've betrayed her. And she's desperate to kill me. Even as I work to save her, a great reckoning between the tribes of Elves threatens to ruin my plans. And if I don't solve this, Ali and I will both end up in Hel.

©2020 C.N. Crawford (P)2020 C.N. Crawford

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7 out of 10 💜's the book has nice steady pace. narration and performance 🎭 7. storyline📃✒💜7

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Tired of the Jumping Around

This book, if you don't care about things jumping around, is pretty good. Unfortunately, the longer I listened to this one the less and less tolerant I became of the inconsistencies. I don't want to spoil it for anyone, but I just couldn't do it. One minute she's in a medical gown, the next with no explanation, she's back in leathers. This happens several times... Where the first book had pretty good flow from one scene to another, this one seemed irrationally spontaneous. I didn't feel much emotional build up, but they still get together. The first book, I felt how they felt in the descriptions. This one wasn't like that. It irritated me, and that's not what I want out of a book. The narrator was good even though she changed her pronunciation of the names several times (again, annoying and confusing), but the scenes just weren't magical for me.