Hello folks! We’re back today to take another look at L.E.Parr’s lovely lethal fairy series, Fariidinus. The second book, Sister of the Blood, raises the stakes in every way, and Parr delivers a wonderful tale that’s full of world-building, character development and tense moments.
Parr is a storytelling force to be reckoned with, so it stands to reason that she knows how to write a fierce, compelling heroine. Kirin stands up to her enemies in this second book, and lays claim to the Heartland in order to save it. If you liked the first Fariidinus book, you’ll love this sequel.
Kirin and Stone have returned to the Heartland where she has been given sanctuary by the wyrMaster in the Red Valley. Her unprecedented return from exile has polarized the great Houses and enraged the evil HighMother. A divided Heartland quickly becomes embroiled in a fiery civil war with Stone leading the combined armies with their new ally–the winged telepathic bloodcats. Kirin becomes the deadly weapon she was resurrected from exile to be.
Since we first started working with L.E.Parr, she’s poured her heart and her words into several more books, and this remains one of her best. If you enjoyed Wings of the Exile, you simply must return to the Heartland to read Sisters of the Blood. Check it out on Amazon today!
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