The Remnant Chronicles: The Kiss of Deception, the Heart of Betrayal, the Beauty of Darkness

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The Remnant Chronicles: The Kiss of Deception, the Heart of Betrayal, the Beauty of Darkness

The Remnant Chronicles: The Kiss of Deception, the Heart of Betrayal, the Beauty of Darkness

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I must congratulate him because he is certainly one of the most incompetent assassins I've ever read about. Were they looking outside of their own personal feelings about love-triangles or female main characters as they read?

I just finished rewatching season 3 of TLA, which is why I was in a good mood, but that doesn't excuse the rest of this boring, annoying, and absolutely petty plot. My one slight complain would be -- as obvious from my read stats -- the lack of action in the beginning. It does get a tad messy toward the end with no resolution, but that's the least of our girl's worries at that point.Maybe I just feel the need to understand what is it about this damn triology that so many people I know (and usually have similar tastes with), find so praiseworthy. Sure, there were moments where I’d rather have flushed this book down the toilet, but, hey, angst is the spice of life. I would have liked it more if we had a few less important side characters, so they could have been described with more detail. Right at the beginning she says that she is being forced to get married with the prince of Dalbreck, a man she doesn't even know.

But there is something, something I can’t explain with words, that inevitably made me love every single line and scene, every single page and twist. This one worked for me, mainly because the author didn't bother to describe every shrub or feel the need to go into detail about how the sunshine smelled. Princess Lia, terrified of being forced into an arranged marriage, runs away to live a peaceful life by the sea.While on the run, she encounters the prince she was promised to and an assassin who’s been sent to kill her. We have Pauline, Lia's maid, who throws away her perfectly comfortable life with a perfectly kind man to run away with some teenager who has no idea what she's doing. Okay, that may be overstating things only slightly (there were a couple of tiny things I took issue with) but I think it fair to overlook those small things in this case.

The whole novel is proliferated by the thematic idea that events larger than ourselves destroy who think we are and change us into someone new. The author throws you bits and pieces of violence and gut-wrenching scenes, enough to cut the story with cold, hard edges and imprint it with the necessary dangerous atmosphere.She's had time to chew the situation over for a while and decides that since her parents don't give a damn about what she wants, the only sensible thing to do is make a run for it. It was shocking, surprising, and I found much of it to be entirely unpredictable, much to my own delight. Applicability of cancellation rights: Legal rights of cancellation under the Distance Selling Regulations available for UK or EU consumers do not apply to certain products and services. Speaking of the different POVs, I really enjoyed that the chapters changed between Lia, Kaden, and Rafe because it helped me understand each character's personality, fears, and motivations more. This meant that the last 100 pages of the book were still stuck together and were quite a bit shorter than the rest.

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