Subverterby J. Leigh Bralick
A year has passed since the judgment of the Ungulion, and Merelin Lindon is beginning to believe she will never re-turn to the world she loved. But when she begins to suffer from strange visions of a life and a love she left behind-visions that grow darker and harsher with each passing day-she begins to understand/b>
Arah Byen stands on the edge of disaster.
A year has passed since the judgment of the Ungulion, and Merelin Lindon is beginning to believe she will never re-turn to the world she loved. But when she begins to suffer from strange visions of a life and a love she left behind-visions that grow darker and harsher with each passing day-she begins to understand that her role in Arah Byen is far from over.
But when the moment finally comes that takes her back to Arah Byen, she never could have expected what she would find. The world should have been at peace, but a new enemy has crept from the shadows, plotting the overthrow of all that Merelin holds dear. And at his side is the rhesep, a mysterious, deadly assassin who challenges everything Merelin believed to be true. With everything turned upside-down and nothing as it seems, Merelin must discover whose side she is really on, and who she can trust, before it is too late.
But how can she know who to trust, when she isn't even sure she can trust herself?
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4.5 Pretty shocking for me OK...so, after I finished <i>Down a Lost Road</i> , the first book in this series, I'll admit it - I was hooked... I fell in love with the world and the characters created by J. Leigh Bralick. I love that this story accounts for the missing time in between the first book and when the action actually starts in this one, without dwelling too long and keeping me waiting for the good stuff to start. Perhaps my favorite aspect of Ms. Bralick's telling of this story is the consistency of her characters. All too often in a series, a character will go through an "out of character" episode that functions to fit the character to the story - not the story to the characters involved. This is not to say that Merelin is unchanged after her experiences in the first book, as she most certainly is, but her interactions are not out-of-character and her character growth is believable.