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Summary: A girl gets visions of the future and finds herself at the center of dangerous political games.
• No ending. The end is more like the ent of Act 1. Large portions of the story are therefore unresolved.
• Characters are okay. Maea's powers are cool. I loved Princess Sabine.
• Plot kind of meandered. The beginning didn't make much sense. Johai and the lady stole her memories? Why?
• The thing with the handsome prince didn't seem to make much sense either. One second she's appalled by his casual sex with a lady during a party. And the next she's inextricably attracted to him.
• The end twist was decently handled.
Conclusion: The beginning of a much longer tale that doesn't really hold up on its own, but if you're willing to read the whole trilogy, it offers a lot of magic and political intrigue.
*I received a free copy of the audio version, please excuse the spelling. I chose to review the book.
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This is book 1 in a trilogy and cannot be read as a standalone. There are many questions left unanswered at the end of Book 1. At parts I found the story slow and the characters weak. The political intrigue however is good. The narrration overall was okay but monotone at parts. Overall I found it to be an ok read