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Summary

She defied an empire....

Now she's starting a war.  

The Shadow Watch has been undone. Their captain lies in the dungeons of the White Citadel, and the Gallows Girl has disappeared. 

Most of the surviving Watchers have joined the chancellor's new magical army, the Sky Guard, led by Darien Redvar, but the Gallows Boy is shaken from the return of the monsters of the Old World, and he must soon choose, once and for all, where his loyalties lie. 

Tori treks to the Great White North with an Alyut shaman, who believes she is the one who will bring Restoration to his people. A resistance is growing in the North, but Tori may not be the god the people are looking for, and the price of revolution may cost Tori her heart as well as her life. 

Meanwhile, another threat grows in strength. Old World monsters are rising up across the New World, and no one knows how they've returned. As nations ready themselves for a magical war, their return threatens to change everything. 

New alliances are set in place, new friendships are forged, new loves kindled. But no one is safe, for there can be no war without betrayal. 

Don't miss the latest installment in the best-selling epic fantasy series listeners are comparing to Mistborn and Throne of Glass!

©2019 Stephen Klopfenstein (P)2020 Stephen Klopfenstein

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fantastic story

loved it, intact finished it in a day but disappointed there are no more of the series on audible

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fantastic

it was a totally fantastic audiobook from the pen of S A Klopfenstien and wonderfully narrated by Stacey Krejci xxxxx

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  • Josh Lawson
  • 18-10-20

Was not disappointed!

This series is a hidden gem! I said after book 1 that I wanted more world-building, and a deeper understanding of the magic, and boy do we get that. There is so much more depth here, and I can see now that going deep on the characters in the first book was important to our investment in them in book 2. It's got everything a solid middle installment for a trilogy should have, including twists (so. many. twists.), payoffs for things from the first book that you knew had to mean more, a methodical pulling back of the camera for a broader scope, and conflicted characters we thought we'd come to understand. I really can't say enough good things about this, and in a lot of ways this book made the whole series pop for me.

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  • Rachel J
  • 27-08-20

Better than book one

New beasts! New magic! Shifting alliances and convoluted motivations! The characters: In general, I was able to sympathize with all of the characters more in this book. I also enjoyed Tori much more than in the first book. Here we get to watch her accept her role, choose to quit doubting, and make the best decisions she can. That was probably the best upgrade in this sequel, though I also loved the other main characters' plotlines. The plot: Every time it seemed like things were just going way too well for Tori and the rebellion, something happened to quash that thought. The end seemed slightly rushed in some ways, and there was a whole lot of talking that, while necessary plot-wise, wouldn't have been smart in real life - and sure enough a certain character takes advantage of all the distraction. At the end we're left with some big questions about the next book. The narration grew on me; I didn't find it distracting at all this book, though admittedly I did speed it up quite a bit :-) (I was provided a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.)

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  • Jaclyn679
  • 22-08-20

Loved it

Loved book two in this series! Very engaging and well written. The author does a nice job of portraying the characters and events in an authentic way that really resonates.