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Dark Purpose (Dark Trilogy book 2)

4.13  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  4 reviews
"When the time comes, I know you'll be able to do what's necessary," she said before walking away. "Maybe that's what I'm afraid of," Freya whispered.

The Kade rule the Third Country through terror and unrelenting oppression. To the outside world, healer Freyanna Kuch is a member of the subjugated Pious class whose collaboration has seen her richly rewarded by the Kade. But
Published (first published June 27th 2019)
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Jessika Louise
Jun 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
(Spoiler free. Basically just me fangirling and rambling absolute nonsense😅 So prepare yourself...)
"It was a choice she had made knowing what that entailed. But that didn't ease the weight which pulled at her conscience"p9
I have already told Alice that I need the next book ASAP. I absolutely loved this one.The number one reason being the main character Freya. Alice has written Freya in an incredible way that makes her so real and raw and relatable. Freya isn't just some heroine that is always ri
Polina Ganeva
Jun 23, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: magic, strong-world
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Three and a half ‘Lifesong’ stars 🐼🐼🐼🐼

‘Dark Purpose’ is the sequel to ‘Dark Intent’, a story about a conflicted healer and her fate in a hostile environment which is not only scary but also surprisingly appreciative of her gifts. It explores the struggles one can face when there are no white and black choices, just shades of grey.

The world setting is the same city as in the previous novel but explored further, providing a suitable backdrop to the difficult
Jun 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Alice has a way with words that is so captivating, it had me wanting to read more, it was hard to put down Dark Purpose when reading it, even at the end of the chapter. Alice describes things well without being unnecessarily descriptive. Alice continues to build the world and the characters in it. There is a few twists in the story and there is even an epic prison heist. I love the exploration of the two groups within the society and how one is rising up to make the world a better place. I feel ...more
Lucas Seymour
Jun 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
Another thoroughly enjoyable read from A.B. Endacott.
This story directly follows the cliff-hanger ending from Dark Intent and allows the reader to follow Freya as she entangles herself more deeply with the resistance movement and comes to terms with her position within it and what that may require from her.
There is a real sense of urgency to this narrative (which may explain why I wasn’t able to put it down until I’d finished it!), with the pacing of the story giving a sensation of particularl
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Alice Jane Boer-Endacott was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, amid a home filled with books and cats. From her earliest days as a bored young child she has always used her imagination to escape the drudgery of reality by creating works of fiction. Her first manuscript was a gripping saga involving a ghost horse creatively named Ghost, written at the tender age of nine.

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