The Remnant Chronicles: The Kiss of Deception, the Heart of Betrayal, the Beauty of Darkness

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The Remnant Chronicles: The Kiss of Deception, the Heart of Betrayal, the Beauty of Darkness

The Remnant Chronicles: The Kiss of Deception, the Heart of Betrayal, the Beauty of Darkness

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Also if she knows that what she did is considered treason and punishable by death, shouldn't she at least show a bit more concern about what would happen to the friend who helped her escape if they ever got caught? I can't recommend it enough, and I'm actually already considering a re-read, if that tells you anything about my adoration for this book. She believes in magic, because, as one of her characters once whispered to her, “What is magic, but what we don’t yet understand? As First Daughter, she is expected to have the revered gift of sight—but she doesn’t—and she knows her parents are perpetrating a sham when they arrange her marriage to secure an alliance with a neighboring kingdom—to a prince she has never met.

The writing is nice, clear, fluent and straight to the point; nothing extraordinary or too elliptical, but I’ve never witnessed dull moments or scenes where I had to reread phrases more than once like it happens sometimes with this kind of books. i felt super present and engaged whilst reading it, but i honestly havent really thought about this once since ive finished it.The spin on the fantasy the author wove through the plot sucked me right in with a teasing flavor that ensures the next installments will provide a fair amount of kick-ass developments in this area.

It’s a pleasure to see them interact with one another, it’s even more wonderful to see how, for these women, their friendship and girl bond, always comes first.Granted, I'm now craving some sequels like never before, but I survived the waiting with The Girl of Fire and Thrones series, and I know I'll survive this wait, too. Every country has their own history, but if they all share one part - are they really that different from each other? Pauline and the others were a little bit plain, but I guess that is normal when you’re a side character that is mostly there for support. Lia is said it have dark hair and the girl on the cover has dirty blonde hair and 2) I felt at some point the writing was a little repetitive and felt like it was just used to fill up some space.

Sure, there were moments where I’d rather have flushed this book down the toilet, but, hey, angst is the spice of life. I can’t pinpoint exactly what it is about this book that got me so hooked (and right from the start, dare I say), because, let’s be honest, there are better, and better written stories, out there. I found the idea of this book to be extremely compelling, and although I enjoyed the first half's suspense better than the last half, the book was filled with emotion and surprises.The only reason I docked a star is because the fantasy aspects of this book are really underdeveloped. I'd recommend this book to anyone who isn't a termagant like I am, who thinks it's ridiculous to place the responsibilities of two kingdoms on the shoulders of a teenager. That's probably the biggest deception of the story: her perceived safety, especially when it comes to the two men who've worked their way into her heart. Even though the main storyline is character driven, there's an overall feeling that you're also reading a sweeping tale of kingdoms at war. I would have liked it more if we had a few less important side characters, so they could have been described with more detail.

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