My throat is dry but I manage to say the words clearly enough: "If I don't do it, who else will?"
An entire country has been lied to.
Silver Blackthorn was supposed to be one of the privileged few, chosen to serve and help rebuild a shattered nation.
Instead, she is a rebel.
Tales of her defiance have spread across the land. King Victor and the Minister Prime want her dead, the resistance groups are desperate for her help.
But Silver's friends and family are in dire jeopardy; hiding is no longer an option.
As her travels take her into the far reaches of an unknown land, she is forced to make new friends and hunt for new allegiances.
Final battle lines are being drawn. The time has come.
Then there's the hardest choice of all: Opie or Imrin.
Kerry Wilkinson was one of two things as a child. If you ask him, he was a well-meaning, slightly hyperactive young man with an active imagination. If you ask his mother and/or teachers, he was a bit of a pain in the bum. Before the age of flat screen televisions, laptops, mobile phones, hover boards and the internet, there were BBC B Microcomputers and real books with actual paper pages. Really! Kerry grew up playing ropey-looking computer games for which you needed a keyboard, being rubbish at football, and reading science fiction and fantasy novels. The Silver Blackthorn trilogy is Kerry's first fantasy work, though he is a successful crime writer. He is definitely not a pain in the bum.
In the end I decided to give this 4 stars. But I was really torn between giving this one 3 stars and then the 4. This book really kinda put me off. I was so excited to read it but that last part of the synopsis really kinda just made me go ugh. I don't mind love triangles in books etc. But making it the sole purpose of a book blah. But in the end I decided to give this book four stars because the story itself was still very good. I think of the three books the second one was my fav.
In this the long journey that I've read over two days has come to an end. This one has some slight unrealistic parts. But for the most part it worked well. The last part of the book will either make you die of love or kinda roll your eyes. I was kinda in the middle of the two. (please don't kill me).
So in the end this was another solid 4 stars. If your a fan of The Hunger Games and Divergent check this series out.
Go Into This One Knowing
Its all about the choice between two choices
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