- File Size: 2621 KB
- Print Length: 360 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 8, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B013O3SEI4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,106,162 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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You know how when you read the first book in a series and you fall in love with it, and then you get the second book in the series and you’re like, “Meh. It was all right,” and then you feel obligated to keep reading the following books even though the second book wasn’t that good? The original is always better, we think. Well, screw that. With The Tower, that isn’t the case at all. If anything, The Tower is three times as amazing as The Hierophant, which is a mere introduction to the world that you will be diving into once you immerse yourself in The Tower.
It’s been a year and a half since that unforgettable spring when Ana’s world was thrown upside down with the news of her mother’s people, Trebor, and her own powers. Trebor’s been gone for most of that time, and Ana’s been blind to magic all the while. She’s also been traveling the world, mostly to keep away from her best friend and her family, thinking that distancing herself from the ones she loves will protect them from the terrible Fate that Nikolai has shown her. But Fate is a lot stronger than Ana, and inevitable events lead her to the moment that Nikolai has foreseen. Ana must enter the Tower in Sheol to train for Nikolai’s army in exchange for saving her friend’s life. Unable to look at herself (both literally and figuratively), Ana doesn’t make this transition easy on anyone, especially herself, as she begins to learn more about the three worlds, her own powers, and the truth about good versus evil.
At first I was disappointed. No Trebor? What’s that all about? Trust me, Trebor not being there just makes it THAT MUCH BETTER. Trust me, people! He needs to not be there for the story to be as awesome as it is. Other (mostly new) characters totally make up for his (and Kyla’s) disappearance from the main action. The returning Nikolai made me cry once (in a good way). Can you believe that? I just read a book in which THE DEVIL made me cry!! That’s how awesomely this story is told.
I can’t say anything else about this book without spoilers or fangirling all over the place and making myself look even more like an idiot. I will definitely be reading this book again because there is so much stuff to learn and dissect. If I could give this book 10 stars, I would give it even more than that. So I guess I will have to settle for a measly five stars.
Whoo hoo! Now if you’ll excuse me, I have some fangirling to do.