miércoles, 10 de septiembre de 2014

Blood of the Water Review

**I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.**
Simon and Elysia have gone into hiding. With no family to return to, the only friend they have left is Zeno, Elysia's creation. But she wants revenge. And she wants Simon to use his Talent in order to achieve that. Can a Talent be used for a dark purpose?
Glebric, a former servant in Xelos' house, only wants freedom for his mother. A strange voice in a cave may be the answer to his request, but for a price. What is he willing to sacrifice?
Persei wishes to have more power. And with the help of Mirasha, daughter of Shadush, he may get it. But is Mirasha that innocent? Does he know who she really is?
Fire and water are two different elements and cannot be together... or can they?
This story is very well written. All the characters have a personality; it doesn't seem like they are the same person saying different things. I like the fact that Elysia is a strong woman and doesn't wait for someone to save her. And again: this book has an end.
I liked this book even more than the first one.
Oh! And Remeth is my favourite character. Ever.

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