My name is Dahlia, but I'm called a Plaguer, a person who survived the Bloody Death. When the virus first hit the world, it ravaged the human race. I thought I was lucky to survive it, but survival comes at a cost. Ever since the sickness, I see things, and I'm hunted for these visions.
Some seek me out because they want to keep their secrets safe. They don't want the world to know the truth of what they are. Others, like Dax, want my knowledge. Dax has secrets of his own, but as long as he helps me evade the Dark Walkers, he can keep them.
This book is for all the Plaguers, the truth sayers branded and marked as liars, often hunted and sometimes forgotten. This book is for the girl who was right.
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Absolutely! I enjoyed the story, and well, the second time around you can always pick up on details you may have missed. It was very enjoyable so I would have a second or third listen without a problem.
Honestly there where two I loved, the meeting of teh beast in the wilds with the two main characters and near the end of the book where the "second shoe" dropped so to speak.
Definitely the dimension of emotions the characters had so much problems wrestling with. Being able to hear anger, or grief, it really gave the story a new dimension.
I would have to say, the rescue, after she was found again. She had finally given up. So someone else was there to do the fighting.
- Kindle Customer
Exciting and Engaging Dystopian Action Intrigue
The blend of suspense, mystery, gritty dystopian, character development, strong world-building and slow build relationships.
This was my first by Angel. I thought she did a great job. She had a wonderful Dahlia voice and her work of telling a story carried me along so that I saw it in my mind very well.
Yes! And I almost did once things got going and there was so much I wanted to know.
The story ends abruptly at a good spot on a big reveal. It's not a cliffhanger, but this will be one that won't standalone well and the reader should anticipate needing to continue on to get the complete story.
- Sophia Rose "Reviewer for Delighted Reader Blog"