The Sapphire Legend (Part II) by E.L. Tenenbaum
I was blown away by the first book in this series and was delighted to have the opportunity to read this the second instalment.
If you haven’t been fortunate enough to read the first book then I strongly advise you to pick that one up first because this is it continuation and you need to have the detail and information clear in your mind before setting off on this, which I have to say is a roller coaster of a journey.
Everything she tried so hard to keep hidden is discovered as her tribe face a battle to survive. Sapere’s is in limbo so to speak as she and the rest of the villagers are doing everything they can just to stay one step ahead of a future that may contain more peril that they neither need nor desire.
All they want is to keep themselves safe…but safe is a subjective illusion because what they may consider to be their haven, could very well turn out to be anything but.
As Sapere and Venatore take the lead in the hunt for their remaining kinsmen, the rest of the tribe settle into their new location but was the group where they needed to be or had they just settled for the easy option?
With the possibility of tragedy befalling them all their search takes on a sense of not only desperation but determination, they had too much to lose, failure was not an option and they knew it.
The strength that Sapere exhibited was warming, she stood tall, stood her ground and refused to allow her doubters to subjugate her or what she stood for.
Her gift may have singled her out in a way but it didn’t define her, her actions spoke volumes, but you had to be listening to her and what she really was saying, and that was easier said than done for not only some of the Council members but also their sister tribe.
Some were too keen in maintaining what they knew and I thought that, that made her situation more complicated that it really needed to be.
There is more than enough angst and attitude throughout the book, that you will be eager to discover what is coming next and there is plenty to be worried about,I had my nails bitten to the quick at some points
Sapere was and is a glorious character, one that had more than enough attitude to keep my attention, in fact as this is not a genre that I usually read, I would have to say that she was my captivation.
A super book, very well written and wonderfully descriptive.
This author may just have made a convert to the genre and for that I would have to say thank you.
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