The Wanted Child

The Wanted Child

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by Aneeka Richins
     
 

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SHE MUST TRAIN THE BOY DESTINED TO KILL HER.

Fifteen-year-old Ki doesn't care what half of the nine gods say. She will not let her parents die to save the Four Lands. Tavk, the trickster god, agrees to protect her parents as long as she completes his missions. For the promise of a happy ever after, Ki evolves into an infamous demonic fighter and ignores…  See more details below

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SHE MUST TRAIN THE BOY DESTINED TO KILL HER.

Fifteen-year-old Ki doesn't care what half of the nine gods say. She will not let her parents die to save the Four Lands. Tavk, the trickster god, agrees to protect her parents as long as she completes his missions. For the promise of a happy ever after, Ki evolves into an infamous demonic fighter and ignores her fading humanity and growing loneliness.

Then she meets De: the gods' new Hero. The gods need him trained fast and Tavk is only too happy to sign her up for the job. Two years older -- and distractingly handsome -- De practically worships Ki and wants to be both her best trainee and her best friend. But he doesn't know who she really is: The Wanted Child. The one the new Hero, De, is destined to kill so the gods can finally destroy her parents.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015866674
Publisher:
Aneeka Richins
Publication date:
10/23/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,135,948
File size:
500 KB

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Aneeka Richins is addicted to telling stories and is excited to share them with the world.

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NeketteDeVenn More than 1 year ago
I've read a lot of books and practically specialize in young adult fantasy. I loved it! Can't wait for more. I wish the sequel was out already. The writing reminds me of my favorite authors, like Garth Nix and Tamora Pierce, plus a few others I could bring to mind... Tavk is an excellent god. Tricksters always make the best(worst) patrons. And I love how the demons are different - not all are evil, just like not all humans are good. I could go on an on. XD I highly recommend the book. :] Can't wait to see how Ki deals with the training in the sequel, and what happens with her dad. <3