The sequel to An Ember in the Ashes, which was one of my favourites of last year and probably one of the first books that I listened to on Audible and it drew me into the world of audiobooks. So to say that I’m excited about this book is an understatement. In fact I might even have to save a credit on Audible to make sure that I buy it as soon as it comes out.
This series follows Laia and Elias, one is a slave and the other is a soldier. There is intrigue, betrayal and the overwhelming confusion that follows them. The characters were well-formed, the back story was well integrated and I thoroughly enjoyed this book, so A Torch Against the Night has a lot to live up to. In fact if it fails I might have to give up reading… just kidding, I don’t think I could ever go that far. I will be disappointed.
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