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    [Tarnished City] EBOOK FREE On sale now 45 stars Review first posted on Fantasy Literature Tarnished City the second book in Vic James’s DARK GIFTS YA fantasy series is a hard hitting novel that picks right up where Gilded Cage left off wit

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    download í eBook or Kindle ePUB à Vic James Vic James à 3 read [Tarnished City] EBOOK FREE Tarnished City by Vic James is the second book in the young adult fantasy Dark Gifts series From the title of the series to the intense book co

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    [Tarnished City] EBOOK FREE Gilded Cage ★★★★★I finally read this Had been intending to for awhile and I'll admit it took about 20% before I got pulled in But this does have some thrilling moments Things pick up right where they left off It's been so long since I read Gilded Cage that I kind of wish I would have done a re read The

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    free read Tarnished City [Tarnished City] EBOOK FREE Vic James à 3 read I burn not shineActual rating 45 starsIn my review of the first book of this series I stated it had an uniue magic system a compelling

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    free read Tarnished City download í eBook or Kindle ePUB à Vic James Vic James à 3 read 35 stars rounded upThis book was surprising It's a darker and grittier read than its predecessor Just as in Gilded Cage the story is still 'a bit different' in ways that keep you reading This is not a stand alone and you need to read Gilded Cage first Events pick up right where the first book left off We see less of Luke a

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    [Tarnished City] EBOOK FREE Second books in a trilogy are always tough to review This one in particular really has me staring at my computer screen with no idea what to type It doesn't make things easier that I liked it but also didn't at the same time

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    [Tarnished City] EBOOK FREE These people Their power The good they could do with it and the evil they chose instead This book is dark Not simply beautifully poetically d

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    free read Tarnished City [Tarnished City] EBOOK FREE 455 TARNISHED CITY is an amazing follow up to last year's GILDED CAGE In fact I think I liked this one just a little bit Even though I see this listed and shelved as YA it's much darker than most YA I've tried which admittedly is not a lot because it's usually too angst y for me In this case however the author nixes a lot of the extraneous stuff and focuses on the characters and the intricately plotted story It took me a little

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    [Tarnished City] EBOOK FREE Having enjoyed “Gilded Cage” I was pleased to receive the second book in the Dark Gifts Trilogy “Tarnished City” for review This is very much a seuel to the first book – it does not stand alone and you need to read “Gilded Cage” first In fact it begins at the very end of the last book with Abi Hadley and her family sent to the slave town of Millmoor after being banished from the Jardine estate Of course her brother Luke had

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    free read Tarnished City [Tarnished City] EBOOK FREE download í eBook or Kindle ePUB Ã Vic James 5 Words Power control torture magic rebellionIf you know me then you'll know how much I loved the first book So going into Tarnished City I was a little apprehensive Because what if it wasn't as good? Turns out I needn't have worried as Tarnish City is just as excellent Oh yesAgain Avita Jay does a splendid job with the audiobook bringing the characters to lifeI still have so much love in my heart for Silyen and Abi and I can't wait to see

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review Tarnished City Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB A corrupted city A dark dream of powerLuke is a prisoner condemned for a murder he didn’t commit Abi is a fugitive desperate to free him before magic breaks his mind But as the Jardines tighten thei. Gilded Cage I finally read this Had been intending to for awhile and I ll admit it took about 20% before I got pulled in But this does have some thrilling moments Things pick up right where they left off It s been so long since I read Gilded Cage that I kind of wish I would have done a re read There is minor recapping which helpedThe author does a really good job with writing gray characters Many do horrible or at best sketchy things and then turn around and do something heroic I enjoyed Bouda s POV which was new You just don t know with her Same with Gavar Did I get his name right He was a jerk in book one and then turns around and surprises you Some of these characters Silyen Are they redeemable Well the rebellion is kicking up a notch and I ll be finding out the conclusion soon Abi s POVs were my least favoriteI think there was a bit of patchy pacing it felt like a longer book than it is and cliffhanger It hooks you It s a little soap opera y there is infidelity but not overboard Maybe suffered a little second book syndrome but overall I liked itPrevious postMay 11 2017 On Netgalley I want soooo bad

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review Tarnished City Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB R grip on a turbulent Britain brother and sister face a fight greater than their own New alliances and old feuds will remake the nation leaving Abi and Luke uestioning everything – and everyone –. I burn not shineActual rating 45 starsIn my review of the first book of this series I stated it had an uniue magic system a compelling narrative structure enthralling writing and an unguessable plot After such highly heaped praise I was hesitant to see how this would follow in its predecessor s strong footsteps It has also been a full year since I read the original and with such a complex plot worried I would be overwhelmed when returning to this world Within just a few pages I realised I need not have fearedThis provided the reader with a subtle refresher to world without the need of a dreaded info dump and continued to be as action orientated yet as intense in plot line as the initial book in this series This also followed on from the multitude of narratives of the former book with its large cast of characters and perspectives and introducing which furthered the reader s understanding of the rules governing this alternate realityWhilst still centrally focusing on just two families this gave a wider knowledge of the world at large and brought up interesting discussions of hierarchical class power and privilege These debates proved timeless and further fused the reader s interest to it Whilst still an interesting and uniuely created world this brought a degree of empathy to those suffering in it and also some subtle links to our own worldThis added density furthered my adoration for this series The depth of topic broached and the exciting direction the plot was taken leads me to expect even greater things from the next instalmentI received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Thank you to the author Vic James and the publisher Pan Macmillan for this opportunity

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review Tarnished City Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB They know And as Silyen Jardine hungers for the forgotten Skill of the legendary Wonder King the country’s darkest hour approaches Freedom and knowledge both come at a cost So who will pay the price. These people Their power The good they could do with it and the evil they chose instead This book is dark Not simply beautifully poetically dark no it is the sort of unpleasant darkness people want to turn away from This book shines a light on some of the worst aspects of human nature The things we all know exists but so many people refuse to see And for that it is amazing When it comes to YA fiction people seem to throw around the word dark whenever there is death or betrayal involved Well I will say to those people this book takes it to another level Be warned this is not your typical YA Fantasy The Cast Abi has always tried to do what right but also what was expected of her Previously she never thought to challenge the status uo But with her brother condemned for a crime he did not commit her parents shipped off to Millmoor and her little sister beyond her reach at Kyneston Abi steps up to the plate to right the wrongs the Euals have inflicted on her family and so many others Luke goes from an uncover rebel to a condemned criminal But no matter what horrors he is forced to face Luke refuses to let it break him He fights as hard as he can to ensure he never gives into the basest aspects of human nature to make sure he never become the monster Crovan his torturer says he will ultimately become Silyen continues to be the mysterious ambitious powerful young man whose actions constantly have to you uestioning where his loyalties lie if he has any at all Gavar goes from the spoiled heir complicit in his families actions to a young man who starts to uestion the very society to which he belongs He starts to think of how things could be better for his daughter for everyone if only Euals were willing to change Bouda is a girl who continues to do whatever and whoever it takes to claw her way to top She is the embodiment of everything that is wrong with the Euals society The Relationships All discussion will be put in the spoiler tag because I do not trust myself to talk about them without spoiling anything view spoiler Abi Jenner That shit got thrown out the window and I will not miss it I was indifferent to them in book one but I could tell pretty early in book Jenner was too weak a character to be able to resist the shine of power He was not better than his family because he was a better person He was a previously a better person because he was not yet embraced by his family Jenner is the sort of person who wants people to like him Now that his family has seemed to accept him he thinks he is on top of the world Abi Luke Poor siblings barely got to be reunited for one chapter before they were torn apart again But fear not with each of them now with a Jardine it s only a matter of time before they reunite Luke Coira I wanted these two together so bad I still think it is going to happen but now that s Luke escaped and Coira stayed behind to the others it is going to be a long road back for them Silyen Luke What is going on here Like seriously what is the weird bond they have going on How are they linked What is the weird King nonsense I do not understand Bouda Faiers I kind of hate Bouda I like a girl with ambition but she the way she treats people commons is ghastly and I hope she gets what is coming to her As for Faiers I do not trust this man at all He seems so shady They only thing they have going for them is that they re kind of hot together So maybe we can enjoy a little of that before they get their heads chopped off Gavar Daisy She remains the only one besides his daughter with whom he is entirely comfortable And for a young child she is incredibly perceptive She understands what he is thinking without him having to say Little Daisy sees the good in him before anyone else does If it weren t for the fact that she is 10 and he is 25 I would think that meant something romantic but given the age gap let s hope this is not the case Gavar Abi She always thought him an entitled boor but with that twist at the end him saving her life and presumably taking her to see Daisy I think their dynamic is about to change for the better I am interested to see where this unlikely relationship is going to go Allies Friends Something Who knows hide spoiler

  • Kindle Edition
  • 352
  • Tarnished City
  • Vic James
  • English
  • 14 July 2019
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