Friday, July 15, 2011

Betrayed Review


May Contain ::SPOILERS::



Betrayed by Ednah Walters.

Betrayed is book 2 in the Guardian Legacy Series.

Betrayed is a great continuation to Lil and Bran's story. Just when you thought things couldn't get more dangerous and more complicated, Lil finds her way into trouble once again.

Lil is adjusting to her new life as a guardian. As a powerful Psi and the only one able to control the most powerful weapon known to nephilim (the Kris Dagger) Lil is a force to be reckoned with. As she goes through training to increase her abilities and to learn to wield the dagger with minimal pain and effort she
discovers some new challenges in the process.

Just as Lil feels like her life is becoming as normal as it could possibly be she begins to get phone calls from her father Valafar. He warns her of someone betraying her and that she cannot trust the ones closest to her. He also tells Lil that Bran is keeping things from her, and when Lil tries to cut ties with Valafar, he uses any means necessary to get in contact with her even if that means putting one of her friends at risk.

As Lil tries to figure out why Bran is being strange and pushing her away, Lil comes to realize that Valafar may be right. Should she trust her father? When Lil finds out the truth behind why Bran is avoiding her, she does whatever she can to help him even if it means going to her father for help. Lil must overcome her fears, and question the motives of everyone around her in order to find the person that has betrayed her.

Can she truely be the chosen one and bring conflicting sides together once and for all or must she choose a side herself; even if it's the side of evil, in order to save the ones she loves.

Betrayed was fast and action filled. As you fly through the pages all you can do is guess the outcome of events and be surprised at the twists that unfold. A great read, Ednah Walters does it again bringing a world of guardians to life.

Melissa Silva
The Bookshelf

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