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Blurb (from Goodreads):
An army is half way to Glacium.
And not just any army - it belongs to my mother.
Time is running out as I rush to prevent a war which will kill thousands; The Solati people, my brothers, and the many Bruma I’ve come to care for.
Yet it appears preventing this interworld war is just one snowball in an avalanche of problems as the situation in Glacium becomes volatile and destructive. My various identities hover on the edge of discovery forcing me to consider drastic actions, and questions I’ve had since the abrubt end of the peace delegation are answered.
The two halves of me tug in opposite directions. The Tatuma of Osolis knows what she should do, and the Olina of Nowhere Special finally knows what feels right.
What it really comes down to is, am I brave enough to follow my heart?
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars
“Maybe not today, maybe not next week, but one day you’ll wake to find soldiers outside your tent. Don’t burn this bridge.”
Well, what a surprising story!
Olina stayed tough in this book, and firm in her beliefs, and she also knew when to ask for help.
The storyline in this was about Olina preparing for the battle ahead with her mother’s army, and also about slowly revealing her true identity to people, some of whom didn’t take it well at all! There was lots of planning and strategy in this book, which slowed things down for me, but it was still an enjoyable story.
There was a little romance in this, but only a little, and not until the end.
The ending to this was quite surprising because… there is a fourth book to look forward to!
7 out of 10