The Lost Sister (Daughters of Elydon, Book 1)

About the Book:

Meira:
I’ve lived two hundred years without my sister–my twin. And the worst part is she doesn’t even know I exist.

Now, I’m sneaking into the kingdom where I was born, right under the nose of our megalomaniac father, who happens to be the king.

He can’t know I’m here, or we’ll both be trapped.

I can only pray that my sister isn’t cruel like him. That she will accept me and want to escape. I have to save her. Or die trying.

Rina:
My father is a tyrant king. And now he’s betrothed me to a monster. This palace is just a gilded cage, and I have to find a way out.

Just when I give up and decide to do something desperate–a miracle. My mirror image appears in the market.

This stranger claims to be my twin. She promises me escape.

If I don’t go with her now, I’ll be trapped here forever.

The Lost Sister is a high fantasy adventure. This epic voyage has dark elements, heart breaking romances, and plenty of narrow escapes on the high seas and islands in the world of Theria.

***This is the first book in the Daughters of Elydon duology. That means this book has a “to be continued…” ending.

 

Review:

This book was really interesting. I loved the world-building and plot of the is book. However, the character development was a bit disappointing.

The plot development and story was amazing. It was easy to get pulled into the story and want to read more. There was so much adventure and action in this book, keeping it face-paced. However, my favorite part of the world-building. It was just brilliant. I loved how well thought the culture and customs in a magical world were thought out.

While I loved the characters, I felt a bit disappointed. I was hard to like and feel emotionally connected to the characters. The characters were amazing, but I would have loved to see the authors go deeper into their personalities.

**I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.**

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