The Krepps have twice the numbers of Kyrro, and the frightfully strong creatures are eager to kill. After managing to anger the entire Academy during his introduction, Zoke learns that behaving like a Krepp makes him more of an outcast with his new allies in Kyrro than he was with his own race. With his sister Zeti on the opposing side as the gruesome events of war unfold, soon the only thing the siblings have in common is a waning hope that they won't see each other on the battlefield. But before a clash of unprecedented proportions can occur, something unheard of is discovered lingering deep below Tenred that may change everything.
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By Kathryn on 09-02-16
they are getting better!
each book trials and deeper and deeper into the story. it's getting to the point where I'm truely invested in the characters and I'm afraid for when something takes a turn for the worse
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By Amazon Customer on 06-05-18
As always a fantastic story, BUT...
As always, B.T Narrow has written an encapsulating page-turner of a novel, and as always I was fully enchanted whilst reading. HOWEVER during the times I listened to the audible narration I struggled immensely to tolerate the narrator. The drastic Switch of voice and accents from Simon Vance to Lesley Ann Fogle would have been tolerable, if she had at least attempted to match the narrating tones of her predecessors. However, every single character spoke with a tone not only different from the tones portrayed to them in previous books, but legitimately opposite tones. It was as if all the characters had developed personalities opposite of those that they posessed in the books prior. In short, while the story was wonderful, the narrator quickly became intolerable, as the manner in which she personified the characters was in my opinion, detrimental to the entire background of the story.