Is her power and painful past a curse, or a blessing in disguise? Can she control her powers? In a war much larger than she is, what is right, and what is wrong? More so, what does she have to do to survive, and is that the same as living with yourself afterwards?
This book is pretty good, but there is room for more building and strength to the next book in the series.
I do hope to read the rest of the series, because it holds some promise! Parts are kind of slow, but the start is gripping, and it does progress. From the pain in Nym's life, she has one major issue that many girls who have been through abuse struggle with today. This part could be very helpful to the YA to which it is directed.
In conjunction with the CSFF Blog Tour, I received a free copy of this book from the publisher. (AND I really appreciate it!)
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