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(The Greatest Sin #2)

4.32  ·  Rating details ·  22 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Adjusting to her new life as a soul-bound agent of the Fallen has Chavali pushing herself harder than ever before. Between learning to fight, dealing with idiots, and climbing stairs - lots of stairs - she has little time to waste on thoughts of the future. Or the past.

When another agent fails to report in, Chavali is sent on the mission to discover her fate. Ready or not
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Published October 2014 by Tangled Sky Press
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Oct 03, 2017 rated it really liked it
Chavali is a great character, and the world is pretty interesting.
May 02, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Harbinger is a bit of a tonal shift from the The Fallen. Where The Fallen had a split feel between Chavali's life with her clan and then after her death as one of the Fallen, Harbinger is almost entirely concerned with a single mission she's sent on on behalf of her former masters.

We still have hints of Chivali's former life. How she uses her powers; occasional sad memories of all she's lost. But for the most part, she seems to be fitting into her role as something like a spy, running missions
Jan 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I think my favorite part of this entire book has to be the four spies–working for four different politicians/nobles–who try to follow our heroes around. Being that there are four of them, and maybe they aren’t the best spies ever, of course they get noticed. And Chavali and her friends end up gradually pulling the spies into the thick of things. As for the politicians themselves, it seems like almost all of them are up to something. Then there’s a mysterious island, and an old prophecy, and an e ...more
Carrie Slager
Jan 12, 2015 rated it really liked it
[Full disclosure: I received a free ebook in conjunction with the blog tour in exchange for an honest review.]

One of the only real things that disappointed me in the last book was that we never explored the origins of the Fallen. I was expecting French and Kort to go into their mysterious origins a little bit but that never really happened, unfortunately. Their world-building was just as good as it was when they wrote the first book, but in some ways Harbinger brings up more questions than it an
Rachel Barnard
Feb 14, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Harbinger focuses on the mystery behind one of the Fallen agent’s disappearance in Ket, a small coastal city in this second book of the Greatest Sin series. New agent, Chavali, who was introduced in the first Fallen book (The Greatest Sin #1) as a seer and no-nonsense woman of the clan of the Blaukenevs, is sent on the mission to find out what happened to the agent in Ket. Along with a man she saved from death (Harris), a morally stringent man who upholds honor and truth above all else (Colby), ...more
Just another reader
Dec 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
I was provided with a digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This book is the second instalment of the Greatest Sin series. Having not read The Fallen earlier, I was apprehensive of whether I would be able to relate to the plot or the characters in Harbinger. My fears proved pointless, because the book is a good stand-alone piece by itself. Yeah, I do admit that reading through The Fallen would have given me a firmer grip on Chavali's character, but the authors make no mist
M.L. Sexton
Nov 11, 2014 rated it liked it
At first, I didn't think I was going to like this book at all. The description sounded great, but when I started reading, I have to admit, I wanted to stop. It was slow for a while, but things started to get interesting and started to heat up. Chavali's mission was to find out what happened to Elise and bring her body back, if possible. Little did she know all the things that were about to go down. She got more than she bargained for, and then some.

I was really hoping that Chavali would take a l
Raina Collins
Dec 02, 2014 rated it liked it
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I give it 3 fangs.

Harbinger (The Greatest Sin) by Lee French and Erik Kort is the second book in The Greatest Sin series. I would suggest this book for adults and young adults. I would highly suggest reading book 1, The Fallen, first.

Chavali is an agent for the Fallen. On one of her missions she meets Harris, when his group tries to rob her and her partner. She takes him back with her and he as well becomes an agent for the Fallen
May 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I greatly enjoyed this book as a continuation following The Fallen.

This book widens the overall story in the world and let me bond more with individual (and new) characters. I love their quirks and abilities.

I enjoy Chavali as a character and watching her experience completely new things in the world. The authors created an interesting belief system that is not too complicated to follow and is a mystery yet to unfold. Though it's still a familiar world story it's still unique enough to be inte
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