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Sacrifice mobi ´ Paperback Read í gymapparel Ô ❮Reading❯ ➿ Sacrifice Author Cayla Kluver – ALERA rainha de um reino perdido secretamente apaixonada pelo inimigo SHASELLE filha de um pai assassinado uma rebelde com causa Uma vive atrás das antigas muralhas do palácio de HytanicanPara manter a frágil paz na sua amada terra A outra erra pelas ruas devastadas pela guerra em busca de vingança para a tragédia ue atingiu a família Ambas fazem escolhas ue as irão separar daueles ue não conseguem First Thoughts This was the perfect middle ground between the slow pace of Legacy and the uick action packed scenes of Allegiance With a fitting ending and a story I found myself absorbed in I could forgive the few things that annoyed me and enjoy the conclusion to one of the best series I've readReview originally posted on Alexa Loves BooksI’m an ardent lover of the Legacy trilogy I absolutely adore Cayla Kluver's writing style the incredible world she’s managed to create and the characters that she's written to life And this final novel in the trilogy Sacrifice is just a completely fitting way to end things It was a little difficult for me to get into the novel mostly because of the constant POV shift between Alera ueen of Hytanica and Shaselle daughter of one of the slain Hytanicans Having an alternate POV provided the opportunity to see things happening in Hytanica from a different perspective I definitely appreciate this as Shaselle’s POV gave us the chance to see what was going on outside of the palace where Alera resides including what the rebels were up to and how the city was faring under Cokyrian reign While I do believe Alera has definitely transformed from when I first encountered her in Legacy I still get frustrated with her a lot When it comes to handling the matters of her kingdom and her people she’s definitely intelligent sensitive and diplomatic There’s a new maturity to her actions which draws my respect However there are certain choices she makes especially when it comes to Narian that I find particularly bothersome and disagreeable and it also frustrated me when she didn’t take action on behalf of some of her subjects at certain points Narian put me on edge a lot even though he does the best he can to protect the Hytanicans and prevent the wrath of Cokyri from descending on them He’s certainly intelligent commands leadership and demonstrates compassion However I did think that he was still a bit aloof and closed off even with Alera And of course as someone firmly in Steldor’s camp it obviously bugged me that Alera chose him Speaking of Steldor he doesn’t appear to often to my woe but when he does I could still see all the reasons I loved him He toed the fine line between being recklessly mischievous and carefully responsible I enjoyed his kindness optimism strength and protectiveness over the kingdom and his family Plus he’s still such a charmer I will freely admit that I enjoyed reading Shaselle’s chapters a lot than Alera’s most of the time She’s the daughter of Baelic who was Cannan’s brother and who was executed in the last book She’s definitely uniue among the Hytanican women as she’s a free spirit who loves to ride horses Her stubbornness and her independence definitely endeared her to me and I sympathized with her plight as a young woman trying to make sense of a world without her father and a world where she as a Hytanican woman would be reuired to wed Her adventures range from exciting and fun to scary and nerve wracking but I commend her general attitude of bravery though it was often matched with irreverence and impulsiveness As with Allegiance there is so much happening in this novel Hytanica is in the process of being rebuilt and Cokyri is attempting to enforce its power over the city Tensions run high often than not and I was saddened by the fact that there are so many losses and deaths in this novel There are of course a few lighter humorous moments scattered throughout the book trysts between couples witty remarks and moments of wild abandon and that definitely balanced things out for me Cayla Kluver has again presented us with a novel that boasts real characters extreme conflict and a thoroughly satisfying ending to a series that I love While I do wish a few things had played out differently I think it Sacrifice is pretty much the best way this series could have ended

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ALERA rainha de um reino perdido secretamente apaixonada pelo inimigo SHASELLE filha de um pai assassinado uma rebelde com causa Uma vive atrás das antigas muralhas do palácio de Hytanican e caminha no fio da navalha My god That's all I can say This book took me an ENTIRE MONTH to complete that's how much I didn't like it Don't get me wrong I finished the other 2 in a day each and I enjoyed both novels but oh god this was just terribleFirst off with all these novels with empowering women coming out I feel like this one is a step back I mean Alera she just sits around hoping for the best doing everything she can for Narian and I cannot take it I mean if something invaded my country I'd be doing all the plans to get it back She just sits around and even when she has a hunch about something brushes it off and lets it go The fact is she's clever and has the right intentions but just does absolutely nothing with itThen we have Shaselle a new POV in this novel She was just up and down with me changing her mind and thinking every other chapter and it was exhausting She runs away from home because she feels captured and does nothing but come back home after realizing how stupid of a mistake that was I feel like so much could've been done with that character but instead all that I got from her was some wannabe heroI was looking forward to the ending of this series but I honestly cannot stand it I mean throughout several times I was reading the novel I was tempted to chuck it across the room Here we have a book about a country that was forced to its knees with pain suffering and war at its roots perfect chance for redemption but instead I get pathetic behind the scenes attempts I mean if we were only given the scenes about the planning of the uprising And man did I learn to love Steldor in this book he's all about doing somethingI believe than instead of Shaselle's perspective it would've been better to have Narian's his struggles inner conflicts and his role in the entire book would've made such a better storyOh well too bad I got this poorly written novel instead Such a waste of money

Cayla Kluver é Sacrifice kindle

SacrificeDeixar de amar Como as suas histórias se entrelaçam uma conspiração toma forma e tanto pode acabar em escravidão ou morte ou ter de novo liberdade mas apenas se cada uma conseguir enfrentar o ue deve ser sacrifica Sacrifice is a phenomenal conclusion to the Legacy trilogy The second novel in the series Allegiance had so many twists and turns that I wasn’t really sure what to expect in Sacrifice I am happy to say that it was just as engaging as the previous novels and had a lot of action despite the conuest of Hytanica in the previous novelCayla Kluver is amazing at character development The cast of characters we have grown to know in Hytanica are smart cunning and persistent—which means they won’t take their defeat lying down There was a lot of secret plotting throughout the novel which was a lot of fun to read about You could see the strategy and the misdirects being formed which increased my respect for the characters involvedAs always we have a strong set of female characters in a world where they are supposed to seen rather than heard What is uniue in Sacrifice however is that we also have a strong set of male Cokyrian characters who are supposed to be weak and feeble I appreciate that Cayla Kluver really shows that genders are eual in her trilogy and explores both patriarchal and matriarchal societies One of my favorite parts of the Legacy trilogy has always been the love triangle I am a huge Steldor fan—he is charming funny arrogant handsome cunning—I just can’t read enough about him I was in heaven with Allegiance because Steldor played such a major part in the story While he is still present in Sacrifice I didn’t get uite as much as him as I wanted While I have never been opposed to Narian I have to say that I just don’t like him as much as I like Steldor He did grow on me throughout the course of the novel howeverI have immensely enjoyed the Legacy series and am sad to see it go Sacrifice was a fantastic read and I am looking forward to from Cayla Kluver in the future What makes her writing truly special is the endearing characters she creates Even though I am highly anticipating new characters and new worlds from Kluver I am so sad to leave the Legacy world behind I will be crossing my fingers for a Steldor spin off in the mean time