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Hope's Reign (Memory's Wake Trilogy, #2)
     

Hope's Reign (Memory's Wake Trilogy, #2)

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by Selina Fenech
 

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In a kingdom where humans and the fae live side by side, secrets and manipulation reign.

Memory struggles to make a new home in an unfamiliar, magical land, but the dark secrets from her past are catching up to her. Her only friends are being torn away by dark forces while a greater threat lies veiled in shadows.

Memory fights to

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In a kingdom where humans and the fae live side by side, secrets and manipulation reign.

Memory struggles to make a new home in an unfamiliar, magical land, but the dark secrets from her past are catching up to her. Her only friends are being torn away by dark forces while a greater threat lies veiled in shadows.

Memory fights to reclaim the stolen parts of her soul, but when her past self starts haunting her, she knows her sanity could be the next thing she will lose. How can a girl on the edge save a kingdom from a cunning foe?

Hope's Reign is the second book in the epic, illustrated Memory's Wake trilogy. A thrilling, young adult fantasy, set in a Victorian fairyland, by bestselling creator Selina Fenech.

Discover the unique magical world of the Memory's Wake Trilogy by picking up your copy today.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016642529
Publisher:
Fairies and Fantasy Pty Ltd
Publication date:
05/10/2013
Series:
Memory's Wake Trilogy , #2
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
166,219
File size:
3 MB
Age Range:
13 Years

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Hope's Reign (Memory's Wake Trilogy, #2) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
NookWorm79 More than 1 year ago
Another good read in the Memory's wake trilogy. Avall is really turning into a world that I want to know more about and the character development continues. I found myself becoming very concerned for Memory and annoyed with Mina for keeping Will away from her. Eloryn still tweaked my nerves, but I can't really complain too much about it as she is still growing as a character. Cliffhanger, somewhat, ending.
Berls More than 1 year ago
**I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.** Hope's Reign got off to a really slow start. Between not remembering a lot of important details and jarring transitions, I was confused for a while. And I almost gave up. Boy am I glad I clung to the really interesting pieces and kept going past my usual quit point (20%)! Because at about 35% things started getting really interesting and by 60% I couldn't put it down. I think my favorite thing was this unique world - though it was also the most confusing. Most of the world development happens in Memory's point of view, and she's as clueless as I am, so were blundering around together trying to figure out this strange world together. I figured it out for the most part, though, and it's freaking cool! Then there's the characters. When Hope's Reign started, Memory got on my nerves. She was so mopey! But as the story developed I grew to love her again. Yes she was still mopey, but for good reason. For a good portion I felt like she was the only one who was really doing anything a ruler should and with a clue! Eloryn was blinded by duty and pressure and I just wanted to smack her so she'd wake up! Oh and this one character just made by blood boil - I wont name him so I don't spoil things for you - but he made me angrier and angrier! Oh and I can't forget the pictures! They're gorgeous, even in the eBook. I stop and stare at them, soaking in the details and making predictions. I own the first book and paperback and intend to own all three, just so I can look at the gorgeous art work. The last 15% of Hope's Reign was pretty non-stop and things got really exciting. I'm going to make a point to pick up the next book really soon so I don't forget things again. Maybe it won't take me as long to get into the story that way!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago