January 31, 2019

#BookReview: Ever the Brave (Clash of Kingdoms #2) by @ErinSummerill

Title: Ever the Brave
Series: Clash of Kingdoms 
Author: Erin Summerill
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy
Pages: Hardback, 464
Published: December 5th, 2017
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers

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Synopsis:   Ever the Divided. Ever the Feared. Ever the Brave.
After saving King Aodren with her newfound Channeler powers, Britta only wants to live a peaceful life in her childhood home. Unfortunately, saving the King has created a tether between them she cannot sever, no matter how much she'd like to, and now he's insisting on making her a noble lady. And there are those who want to use Britta’s power for evil designs. If Britta cannot find a way to harness her new magical ability, her life—as well as her country—may be lost.

The stakes are higher than ever in the sequel to Ever the Hunted, as Britta struggles to protect her kingdom and her heart.

About the Author: Erin Summerill is an award-winning author of the young adult fantasy Ever The Hunted, and Ever the Brave. When she's not writing, Erin is devouring a book, photographing one, or talking to teens about her latest favorite read. Once a high school English teacher, she now teaches at conferences and workshops. Her focus talk on "How to Do Hard Things" empowers middle grade and high school students to face their fears and achieve their goals. 

Erin is proudly an Air Force brat, and was born in England. Shortly after, her family's Hawaiian heritage drew them back to the islands. 
Now, she lives in Utah with her husband and four rascal children. Erin holds a B.A. in English from Brigham Young University and is currently working on an MFA in Writing Fiction For Children at Vermont College of Fine Arts.

"This will appeal to audiences who enjoy fantasy, themes of good versus evil, and romantic conflicts."--VOYA

"Those thrilled by the simmering (yet fairly chaste) romance between Britta and Cohen will be immensely satisfied by the cliff hanger–free ending."--Booklist

My Review: So I was kind of sad before starting this one I was talking with a friend that said I guessed what this book was about. So that made me kind of on the sad side.  But once I started I quickly learned that that was not the full story.   

The one thing that I didn't really care for in this was the multi-POV.  I think it kind of took away from the story just a bit.  And to start off it just kind of slowed it down.  

The rest of this book was great with a few twists and turns I didn't see coming and the ending was great.  

Go Into This One Knowing: A Few Twists and Turns, Multi POV

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