This is the beginning of a new era.
The slate is clean.
A white dawning has emerged and I’m ready to face the day.
AURORA WHITCOMB has taken her place as Chief of Ky, but the ghosts of her past continue to haunt her future.
RAIN TURNER has lost the embers that kept his hope burning, and all he’s left with is a raging desire to avenge the love of his life.
With an insatiable hatred toward each other, Aurora and Rain must learn to work together to bring the country back to its feet. In order to do so, they must be invincible. But being invincible isn’t only about conquering the battles in the physical world. When their journey to rescue Ky takes a violent turn for the worst, Aurora and Rain must learn the true meaning of forgiveness, not only for each other, but for those who haunt their pasts.
Here is an attempt at a book review of the third book in a series. There is so much going on with characters changing for better or worse and discovering who they really are. I really don’t enjoy reading book reviews with spoilers, so I’m going to try to keep this simple.
The world of Ky (post apocalyptic Kentucky) is deeply mired in the selfish ambition of its leader. When Titus is deposed and Aurora takes his place, she’s faced with a political mess. I enjoyed the realistic portrayal of her struggles to bring good to all her people without turning them against her.
This series caught my attention from the beginning by its beautiful exploration of God and who He is to us. In a land where religion is outlawed, why do people still feel Him calling to them? I loved the first book most because of how Sara subtly and naturally brought God into the picture. She completes the circle in the third book, although I’m not sure I agree with how she did it. Judge for yourself, if you read the series.
This story will draw you in, frustrate you, and refuse to let you go. I could see parts of myself in each of the main characters, and the parts they played were believable, if sometimes shocking. I recommend the series because of how much I connected with the characters.
About the Author
Sara was born in the heart of the Andes Mountains in Ecuador where she spent her early life exploring uncharted lands and raising chickens. She now makes her home among the endless cornfields of Indiana with her husband and two children…and she still raises chickens. Her dystopian novel BLACK TIGER was self-published in 2016. When not getting lost in a book, Sara can be found gardening, devouring chocolate, and running off the sugar-high from said chocolate.
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Laura A. Grace says
You are the second person to mention similar thoughts, Sheri, concerning the Christian aspect. I’m a little nervous, but I hope I really enjoy it! I could imagine it won’t let me go though (this whole series has been that way!). 😉
Thank you so much for being part of the blog tour!
I almost hated to mention it in case it ruins it for anyone. It’s still an amazing story! 🙂 I enjoyed it.
I’m behind in the Black Tiger series. I read the first one and now need to read the following two to complete the series!
I hope you enjoy it, Jebraun! They’re worth reading. 🙂