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Eye of the Sword by Karyn Henley
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Dec 26, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: 2012-march, arc-review

Unexpected twist after the other. Eye of the Sword had me on edge. Trevin slowly recalls his past and learn of who is his. And who he is carries a heavy burden but Trevin is among the most capable despite his spotty past, like being a spy. As he searches the answers for his King and Princess he ultimately find more than he ever thought to but also all that he really needed in order to accept himself.


Princess Melaia is not the type to stand idly by but she is finding herself having to do just that. In book one, Melaia accepted the mission her Mother was trying to complete before her death. Melaia's character is commendable and lovable. She's not one to take the easy way out and is willing to make sacrifices. In fact, those attributes sounds lot like Trevin which is among the main reason they work so well together.


All in all, readers will not be disappointed in the least. The is not one but many climactic scenes that will leave you entertained to the core. It's perfect for YA readers but certainly not limited to.

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