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Reviewed in India on 8 March 2021
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The book is fast paced. Told in dual timelines, the book focuses on Laia, a scholar who faces the murder of her grandparents and is forced to go undercover as a slave in order to free her brother, and on Elias, who is the golden boy at the academy, but hates his life. Their paths cross ofcourse.
The whole premise was about trying to bring about change to the Martial rule that enslaved the scholars and resulted in their death or led them to slavery. Its beautifully written, and you find yourself turning the pages to know more.
However, I was not a fan f either if the character’s confused feelings for two other people of the opposite gender, one being the other.
Cannot wait to get the next book
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4.0 out of 5 stars Brilliantly written
By swetha mary ann c on 8 March 2021
Delivered in good condition.
The book is fast paced. Told in dual timelines, the book focuses on Laia, a scholar who faces the murder of her grandparents and is forced to go undercover as a slave in order to free her brother, and on Elias, who is the golden boy at the academy, but hates his life. Their paths cross ofcourse.
The whole premise was about trying to bring about change to the Martial rule that enslaved the scholars and resulted in their death or led them to slavery. Its beautifully written, and you find yourself turning the pages to know more.
However, I was not a fan f either if the character’s confused feelings for two other people of the opposite gender, one being the other.
Cannot wait to get the next book
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