The Deciever’s Heart – ARC Review

The Deceiver’s Heart by Jennifer A. Nielsen

Have you read any of the books above? Then you may want to check out The Traiors Game and after that The Deceivers Heart. Which comes out next month.

*Side note: Please excuse the crappy layout. I am still learning the new WordPress and some things just haven’t come together for me yet.

The Deceiver’s Heart

by Jennifer A. Nielsen

Kestra Dallisor has finally gained possession of the Olden Blade. With the dagger in her control, she attempts to destroy the tyrannical Lord Endrick. But when Kestra fails, the king strips her of her memory, and leaves her weak and uncertain, bound to obey him. Heartbroken, Simon is desperate to return Kestra to the rebel she was, but refuses to use magic to heal her. With untrusting Coracks and Halderians threatening to capture and kill her, and war looming on the horizon, Kestra and Simon will have to learn to trust each other again if they have any hope of surviving. But can a heart once broken ever be healed?

Wow. This book takes you right into the middle of it when you open the first page. Thrust into Kestras dumb idea to take on the world herself. I have a lot of thoughts on it. But honestly there is so much going on in this book I feel like I need to read it again just so I can process it better. The first time I just needed to know what was going to happen. Spoiler (not really) there is going to be another book. Well there had better be. Or I shall shriek from the top of a mountain.
But really I loved it and the ability to look at two POV just keeps the story more involved. If you haven’t read the first book seriously…just go try it. Get it from the library. Then come tell me how much you loved it.

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