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I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. All opinions are honest and my own.Victor Series: Eden East,
by Sacha Black
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult
When Eden East kills someone, she expects them to stay dead. It’s only polite, after all.
Exhausted from battle and finally bound to her soulmate, all Eden wants to do is attend university and spend time with Trey. When her demon-ex,Victor, suddenly returns fromthe afterlife, Eden's convinced he’sout for revenge. The last thing she expects is for him to ask for help, especially when he’s being controlled by evil forces.
But when an enchanted lock and key go missing, she’s no longer sure who she can trust. If Eden can’t find them in time, not only will her life, and her heart, be torn apart, the very world she lives in could be destroyed - forever.
Victor will transport fans of The Red Queen, The Young Elites and The Lunar Chronicles to a world unlike any other...
Published by Atlas Black Publishing on July 5, 2018
Source: The Author
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Also in this series: Keepers, Trey, Sirens
Also by this author: Keepers, Trey, Sirens
Like Keepers, this is the second time I’m reading Victor. Since the third book was recently released, I decided to read through the series again. It’s been a while and I needed to refresh my memory.
Being a sequel, this book explains much of what happened in the first book. However, I still recommend you read Keepers in order to get familiar with the characters and experience what happened firsthand because it’s a lot.
Victor is no different. In this next installment of the series, Eden finally has what she wants: Trey. But the thing is, they still have enemies, she still has a lot to learn, and… oh yeah, she keeps dreaming about Trey’s death.
I don’t want to spoil anything, so I won’t say too much about the plot other than that events from the first book come back to haunt Eden. Not only do Eden, Trey, and the rest of their group have to defeat their enemies, but they also need to save Trutinor in the process.
Like the first book, this one is well written. There were a few subplots to follow along with, which made it confusing at times. If you can juggle multiple plotlines, then this is a good book to check out.
Overall, though, the writing is well done and the characters are fun to be around. If you like fantasy and want to try out a new world, then give Trutinor a visit in this book.
Rating: 4/5 Coffee Cups
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Rachel Poli is an indie author, podcaster, and content writer working on her debut cozy mystery novel.
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