Friday, 4 September 2020

Review of The World That Was by Heather Carson

Life is meant for the living...

After Fawn and Brayson rush to escape the terror at The Nocere, they stumble upon a village at the base of the Ruby Mountains. Despite the back breaking struggle of the locals, Fawn soon discovers what it means to be truly alive.

But some secrets aren't meant to stay buried...

Whispered words and the chains from the past threaten to chase Fawn no matter how far she runs. The world that once was may be only a dream as reality drags her closer to her own fate.

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My Review: 5 STARS
I read the first book in the series and adored it, and when the second popped up on my Kindle, I devoured it the day it was released in one sitting. Fawn’s world intrigues me and I adore her as a character, with the way everything was done, I was fully along for the ride. I loved the twists and turns, loved the bits I didn’t see coming, and adored the ending. It’s a series that I will be wanting to read more of, and can’t wait for the third book to come out. Overall an enjoyable read and one I highly recommend.

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