Author: Jamie Summer
Release Date: September 13th
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Cover by: Judi Perkins of Concierge Literary Design
The Test was just the beginning.
Having reigned victorious in the Dalysian Test, Sophie is shocked to discover it is not the end of her journey on Jenace. Finding herself responsible for the fate of an entire race is a burden impossible to bear, but one she knows she cannot walk away from.
With the help of a small group of trusted people Sophie begins to prepare for the infamous Trials, but quickly realizes that the competition isn’t the only threat to her survival. Worst of all, her biggest opponent turns out to be her greatest weakness.
What do you do when you don’t know who you can trust anymore? How do you keep going when faith threatens to desert you and the burden you carry is almost impossible to bear?
With the Trials looming, Sophie has to find a way to beat the odds. Failure is not an option.
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5 out of 5 (exceptional)
Dalysian Struggle continues with Sophie as the champion for the Dalysians, even though there are many who doubt her capabilities - including herself! She made it through the test, and now she has to face the Trials, including the Cetoan's and their champion.
This book is a doozy, and it does end on a cliffhanger from hell, so consider this fair warning! The story is intricate, and yet flows easily. The characters are all completely believable, whether you like them or not. The pacing is consistent, and yet you find yourself tensing up as you near the end.
I love where Jamie Summer has taken this story, although she did have me worried there for a while (#TeamRen all the way!). However, being kept constantly on my toes, not knowing where the story was taking me, certainly kept my interest, and I was completely taken with Sophie's story, and what would happen next.
What will happen next? Well, I sit waiting so
impatiently for the next book. I need to know what happens next. Absolutely recommended by me.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *
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Jamie Summer is a native of Germany, where she lives with her husband and son. She’s a writer, blogger, avid reader, coffee and TV show addict and tries to be a dancer. When she’s not writing or watching one of her guilty pleasure shows, Jamie enjoys spending time in the sun, in the pool or anywhere near the water.
She’s currently working on her next book and wishes there were 48 hours to the day so she could do everything she sets her sights on.