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Sworn To Transfer (Courtlight Book 2) Kindle Edition

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"Once more I was super excited to read the sequel to a book that I really enjoyed, and Sworn to Transfer did not disappoint" - A Reader Lives A Thousand Lives Reviews

"Captivating from beginning to end. Edun's writing style reminds me of Tamora Pierce and Sara J. Maas!" - Eyes 2 C Reviews

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A very imaginative story with suspenseful and breathtaking scenes." - Tabby Shiflett Reviews

"If you're a fantasy lover, this is one world you don't want to miss out on." - City of Books Reviews

"The plot deepens, the characters develop and the fascination grows. Another edge of the seat ending..." - Nightingale Reviews

From the Author

Sworn To Raise (Courtlight #1) - amazon.com/dp/B00C9VC7AY/
Sworn To Transfer (Courtlight #2)
Sworn To Conflict (Courtlight #3) - amazon.com/dp/B00H3TQD9S/
Sworn To Secrecy (Courtlight #4) - amazon.com/dp/B00IMPE6PK/
Sworn To Defiance (Courtlight #5) - amazon.com/dp/B00K0EE0RK
Sworn To Ascension (Courtlight #6) - amazon.com/dp/B00SWMCZWE

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  • File Size: 882 KB
  • Print Length: 354 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: September 16, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F8PIH0W
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Terah Edun is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of epic and urban fantasy. Her next YA Fantasy novel, SWORN TO ASCENSION - Courtlight Book #6, released in January 2015.

Her favorite writers include Mercedes Lackey, Tamora Pierce, Kristin Cashore, Robin Hobb and Maria Snyder.

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Book 1 - Sworn To Raise
Book 2 - Sworn To Transfer
Book 3 - Sworn To Conflict
Book 4 - Sworn To Secrecy
Book 5 - Sworn To Defiance
Book 6 - Sworn To Ascension
Book 7 - Sworn To Vengeance*

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Book 1 - Blades Of Magic
Book 2 - Blades Of Illusion*
Book 3 - Blades Of Sorcery*

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A great sequel with some exciting subplots! Edun delivers some fantastical new characters and the magical abilities are described in much more detail in this novel. The author also drops a metaphorical bomb near the end and the reader learns a little more about the MC's ancestry. I am definitely looking forward to the next book in the series. A very imaginative story with some suspenseful and breathtaking scenes. Suggested for fans of YA fantasy. You need to read the first novel before this one.

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What indeed? The story of a young woman, out of her depth, finding her way despite the odds, and despite the opinion of others.
Having received an ARC for this, I decided to read Sworn To Raise: Courtlight #1 first.
And Yes! I was captivated from beginning to end. Edun's writing style does remind me somewhat of Tamora Pierce and Sara J. Maas.
Ciardis Vane is the archetypal abandoned/orphaned heroine raised to believe she is a gypsy but is in reality is a Mage, a Weathervane, the last of a line of mages whose major talent is increasing the powers of others. Her gifts come to light when she is taken to be trained as Companion. She goes from drudgery to a position of prestige--albeit dangerous. Of course there are evil mages and careless, selfish mages, friendly trainees and courtly intrigue involved.
Now, after the Patron Hunt, having helped save the Prince Sebastian, the heir to the Algardis Empire, Ciardis is Companion trainee to Prince Sebastian, even though the relationship has not been formalized and Sebastian has been avoiding her. 'Transfer' opens with Ciardis on a ship in the middle of an icy storm waiting to meet an ambassador from Sahalia who turns out to be a dragon.
Something is attacking the kith (the original, magical inhabitants of the kingdom) in their stronghold, the Ameles Forest. Death and destruction most horrible is being visited. Of course Ciardis joins the group sent to investigate. It seems a shadow necromancer is at work.
As I read, I kept harking back to Sworn to Raise and the crone at the Mordair Maze challenge, stating to Ciardis that she is, 'one who has the potential to shatter the imperial court.
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By Mo on September 24, 2013
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I received an advanced copy of Sworn to Transfer from the author for an honest review. I was not offered any form of monetary compensation.

The sequel continues to follow Ciardis Weathervane on her journey to becoming a fully-fledged Companion. In this book, Prince Sebastian has begun to distance himself from Ciardis upon the arrival of a dragon ambassador. The distancing is noticeable to the rest of the court, and raises questions as to whether Ciardis will actually become the Companion to the prince. While plagued with doubt in her path, Ciardis must dodge assassins, navigate court intrigue, and somehow find out who is behind the killing of magical creatures called the kith.

Overall I would give the book a rating of 4.5 out of 5. The story is as interesting as the first book and the reader is introduced to other races that occupy this world. I would have liked to know more about the Sahalians, or the dragon race, but I'm sure the author intended to allow only enough information for the reader's interest to be peaked. Honestly, what I really wanted to know was what happened to Ciardis' mother before she left the court. The book starts off a little slow for my taste, with Ciardis feeling really insecure about her position in court. Once the action begins, events happen one after another and the book ends in, literally, the least likely of places. I really enjoyed this new installment and look to (hopefully) finding out more about Ciardis' family past and how she ended up where she does!
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Amazon's blurb:Eighteen-year-old companion trainee Ciardis Weathervane has won the friendship of the royal heir and saved his claim to the throne. Yet her interference in the inheritance rights leaves more harm done than good. The Ameles Forest lies unprotected and it's inhabitants are dying.
As humans begin to die in gruesome deaths, the Emperor dispatches the royal heir to the forests with the solution to the kith concerns.
With enemies closing ranks in Sandrin, Ciardis can little afford to leave the city's nest of vipers to take on a new task. But she's given no choice when her loyalty to the crown and courts are called into question.
To keep the Companions' Guild happy and the favor of the Imperial Court, Ciardis will be tested in frightening new ways, especially when she's faced with an obstacle that could risk the lives of her friends and the family she never thought she had.

My Thoughts:
I enjoyed the first book in the series a lot, and this one did not disappoint as so many second books in series often do. Ciardis grows as a character, but still you can see glimpses of the girl she used to be when she upsets the apple cart more than once..

There are believable characters, exciting mini plots that happen all through the book, and an unexpected twist for the ending. The pacing was fast, and I am definitely looking forward to the next!

[disclosure: I received a free ebook from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.]
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