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The Antithesis: Book 2β (The Antithesis #3)

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Sanctum is lost. The angels have won.

Regent Qaira Eltruan is cornered. Surrender or stand to lose everything--everything being Advisor Leid Koseling and his sanity.

As his people await news of their fate, the Court of Enigmus circles Sanctum, ready to deal swift punishment for Leid's contract breach. All fronts look bleak, and now there's much more at stake than Qaira's wo
ebook, 346 pages
Published (first published October 1st 2011)
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Nov 30, 2014 Marisa rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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In this book, Whiteman finishes the story begun in “Decus Alpha” and Qaira/Alezair’s remaining memories. I have to say; I’m going to need to take a slight mental break after this one. In the same way that I had to occasionally take breaks during the “A Song of Fire and Ice”, I was emotionally fatigued after reading “The Antithesis: Decus Alpha”. Whiteman’s story unflinchingly chronicles the history of Sanctum and it’s certainly not always pretty. She does a fantastic job having each character re ...more
Lauren Smith
Terra Whiteman left me dangling from another cliffhanger at the end of The Antithesis: Book 2α. I was trapped. I had to read the next instalment right away so I clicked my was over to Smashwords and bought the ebook (it’s only $2.99; money very well spent).

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Terra Whiteman is a clinical scientist who writes dystopian science fiction in her spare time. Her life is a dish of pipettes, refractometers and immunoassays, heavily seasoned with grimdark worlds and their battlegrounds. She's profane, inappropriate, and if you ever meet her you'll think she's really weird.
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The Antithesis (5 books)
  • The Antithesis: Renovatio
  • The Antithesis: Decus Alpha
  • The Antithesis: Bellum Alpha
  • The Antithesis: Book 3β

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