UNRAVELING by Sara Ella
“A sequel that outshines its already brilliant predecessor.” —Nadine Brandes, award-winning author of the Out of Time trilogy
What happens when happily ever after starts to unravel?
Eliyana Ember doesn’t believe in true love. Not anymore. After defeating her grandfather and saving the Second Reflection, El only trusts what’s right in front of her. The tangible. The real. Not some unexplained Kiss of Infinity she once shared with the ghost of a boy she’s trying to forget. She has more important things to worry about—like becoming queen of the Second Reflection, a role she is so not prepared to fill.
Now that the Verity is intertwined with her soul and Joshua’s finally by her side, El is ready to learn more about her mysterious birth land, the land she now rules. So why does she feel like something—or someone—is missing?
When the thresholds begin to drain and the Callings, those powerful magical gifts, begin to fail, El wonders if her link to Ky Rhyen may have something to do with it. For light and darkness cannot coexist. She needs answers before the Callings disappear altogether. Can El find a way to sever her connection to Ky and save the Reflections—and keep herself from falling for him in the process?
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Team Ky Forever!
After having some time to stew on this novel, this book was truly spectacular! I have read thrilling plot twists in other books (making me want to throw a book until I could handle my emotions), but I’m unsure if I have read one that left me utterly speechless and unable to possibly move forward as this one. Everything about UNRAVELING had me truly unraveling and couldn’t place who was friend or foe. I couldn’t believe how certain people had drastically changed or how a certain someone was left… (not saying, due to spoilers). I don’t think I have come back to “normal” after being so unraveled through the course of this book. Now I will say this: I LOVE how El has grown! Truly, she has become a heroine I admire and love. She’s “unpredictable” as someone said, but she is worthy of the crown that graces her. I can’t wait to see things “change” (for the lack of a better word) for the better in book three. Overall, I strongly recommend this series. It is so so so good, but be warned: This book is going to take you an adventure that you’re not going to want to leave, fall for people you don’t want to lose, and lastly…wish someone could make you dinner every night so you can read into the wee mornings. Don’t miss this one YA, urban fantasy readers (though be sure to read book one, Unblemished, first)! Also, I’m still #TeamKyForever, and even more so after reading this book. He gave me all the feels each time he was on the scene. Excuse me while I go swoon now.