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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Book Review: Fated (Vanguard Legacy) By Joanne Kershaw

"No matter the cost, someone must defeat the darkness."

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This was a step outside my comfort zone of genres that I typically read. Having not read any of the previous books, I was a little lost in the beginning, but was able to quickly catch up. I thought the general plot of the book was well written, the description was very picturesque. My biggest critique stemmed from my want of more dialogue to help keep the story moving along. Although this wasn't my type of book, others that love this genre would very much enjoy it.

The light. The power. It burns.

Save me! Save her! Siva? Mom?

Falling! Falling!

The arms. The arms that saved me. My eyes scoured the ground for him, for his body. Tendrils of fear squeezed my already exhausted heart and the threatened tears now fell furiously.

Then I realised where he must be.

I ran forward to the edge of the pit where the circle had been formed.

“Zak!” It was more a gasp than a word.

Lying at the bottom in a crumpled heap of blood and cloth was Zak.

“On the Spirits, no!” I couldn’t feel him within me. I pushed aside each person, forced out each voice, searched desperately for his mind.

There was nothing.

“NO!” I gasped as I tore myself from my own thoughts. Marcus rocked away from me, clearly shaken by everything he had seen. It had been mere seconds, such a lot to process in such a short space of time. Zak. All I wanted right here and right now was him. The need was core deep and binding. I leapt to my feet and stumbled as the blood pounded into my over-exhausted skull. Frantic, I looked around, needing to see Zak. Needing to be sure he was safe.

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