- Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: Lindhart Publishing Ltd. (3 March 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1912425017
- ISBN-13: 978-1912425013
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.8 x 20.3 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 322 g
- Average Customer Review: 9 customer reviews
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I didnt have anything to fault book 1. And feel that this book warrants 5 stars
Every step you take, comes from a decision you made or from a decision someone else (or society) made for you?
Can you decide your path when your future is already determined? How far does your free will goes? Can you make choices in which the outcome has not been determined by past events? Is determinism necessary for free will, arguing that choice involves preference for one course of action over another, requiring a sense of how choices will turn out?
Is your future already determined by your past, society, destiny or premonitions?
Norah tries to make her own decisions in a world where her path seems to be pre determined.
How far can she go? How much can she decide about her own life and future?
What would you do if you would be Norah? Who would you trust?
This book is thought provoking, magic and a page turner.
I am looking forward to read the next book.
Nora is peculiar, like they say, and where she lives, her kind of peculiar -over achiever much- isn't something people encourage. But now that she is training as a Raider in the West, everything is going to change. To be peculiar could be just what she needs.
I loved Nora, but at first, I was kind of disoriented, as I am the sort of person who is very emotional, and kind most of the time. Then I started to understand her better, her background, her hidden feelings... She is fierce, a free spirit, beautiful without overdoing it, strong, clever, brave and she has a big heart, she just doesn't show it off for everyone to see. Oh, and she has some kind of powers, way more than what she's already aware of...
But the story is more than that, it's about legends, trust, differences, a post-apocalyptic world, between dystopia and fantasy... It also pictures the sexy Frederic, very complex, strong and weak at the same time, rival and ally ; the reliable and clever Helena and some promising side characters.
In this book, Nora will learn some truth about who (or what) she is, accept her difference and free herself -if even a little bit- of the boundaries she wrapped around herself and her capabilities.
Step by step, the way to the Shadowislands will appear to be way too real for them to be just a legend... And to unlock it, one must find the key. Will this quest allow treason, or push some people together in a common goal?
A lot of action, some mythology and powers, a touch of romance and family bounds... I wasn't able to put this epic book down. I strongly recommend it!