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“Sofia has lost everything that was important to her: her mother, her boyfriend, and her best friend. Even the belief that humans are the only beings in the world has been stripped away, but she has no time to dwell on her losses because she’s been transported to a new world to become the savior of the Diasodz. Sofia trusted Ar’ch and Angel to be there for her and to guide and protect her, but only Angel has held true to his word. Ar’ch has abandoned her, leaving her to feel tricked and betrayed.
Ar’ch brought Sofia home, fulfilling his mission to bring their savior safely to their world, but it didn’t come without a cost. Rafe, Sofia’s boyfriend, was killed, and Ar’ch believes Sofia blames him for it. Ar’ch’s sole focus becomes doing what is best for Sofia, and in his mind, that does not include him.
As Sofia deals with Ar’ch’s absence, she throws herself into learning about the Diasodz’s history. She grows stronger both emotionally and physically, and begins to accept her role in their world, but not everyone is convinced that she is the one whom the prophecy states will save them.
Beliefs will be challenged. Secrets will be revealed. Relationships will be shattered. And in the aftermath, evil will see its opportunity and strike. Will Sofia be able to handle it all? Or will the savior of the Diasodz lose her will to continue?”
This is a well-written book. I have not read the first book in this series and it’s not in my normal reading genres. The pace is moderate and I’m sure that those who love paranormal books. Descriptions are good, and there are many twist and turns. If I elaborate further on this book I may spoil it for those who are reading book one of the series. I rank the book five stars as the writing and story line are five stars!
I can't say enough great things about this book. The characters are wonderfully drawn and well-written. The plot is stimulating and intriguing. I can't wait to read the next book and wanted to jump right in to it.
If you enjoy a great young adult fantasy, you will love this series. Highly recommended with 5 stars.
The mythology continues to grow, showing us new worlds and new creatures. New powers. Relationships are tested and forged. Secrets are revealed… but are they fully revealed? Do the secret-keepers even know the truth? There is mystery and angst around every corner, and it keeps you turning the page.
I’m a devoted fan, and if you like this genre, you will be, too. On to book three!
This is the story of Sofia, the Savior of her People (they being the protectors of Humans). It's a "good versus evil", choose this day whom you shall serve, story, riddled with twists by the imaginative author. There's a bit of re-working of biblical history, even prophecy, for entertainment. I found myself thinking of other things as the story progressed. For instance, I chuckled at one place as the dialogue made me think of Obi Wan saying how Light Sabers were a more elegant weapon for a more civilized time, and Han Solo saying, "There's nothing like having a blaster at your side, kid". There were a few of them; Neo and the Oracle, in The Matrix, for another. Each having their own twists, and similarities, within story.
This book will appeal to people who enjoy romance mixed in with story, and is suitable for young adult. I'm not a romance reader and my eyes moved quite rapidly through those parts. Better to get to the action and what's going on, which is substantial. I will be reading the third installment.