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Friday, December 16, 2016

BOOK SPOTLIGHT & REVIEW: Disintegration (Book Two, The Todor Trilogy) By Jenna Newell Hiott

Disintegration (Book Two, The Todor Trilogy)
By Jenna Newell Hiott
Genre: Fantasy, Visionary & Metaphysical Fiction

Aerie has fallen, and the land of Todor is on the brink of war. Famine and decay have touched every corner of the land. If Todor is to survive, Gemynd, Numa and Soman must fully embrace their powers, even as they continue to uncover more secrets and lies. Can Soman survive the aftermath of his role in the destruction of Aerie? Will Numa’s love for Gemynd endure even after she sees the horrors of the Iturtian pit? And is Gemynd his father’s puppet or his protégé? The betrayals of the past weigh heavy, but can the three move beyond them in order to work for the good of Todor? Or will their inability to forgive propel them into war?
Thundering toward an epic conclusion, Disintegration is the second book in the Todor trilogy. In it, author Jenna Newell Hiott paints a stunning portrait of humanity at its rawest, giving a revealing glimpse of how it fares when everything teeters on the brink of destruction.










My Review:

The three young ones from Revelation are no longer young. They have grown to be fierce. Disintegration opens up with great destruction. Gemynd and Soman are carrying the torches of their past, and making choices that affect each other’s territory and lives. Numa is stuck in the middle receiving and having a love for them both. The story heats up in this second installment. Characters that I once admired are showing a darker side which keeps things interesting. This is a thoroughly intriguing book from start to finish, and I'm looking forward to reading the third in the series! Five Stars!





About the Author


Author, healer, all-around kook, Jenna Newell Hiott boasts of having a limitless imagination, unless it’s naptime. While many of us had an imaginary friend as children, Jenna had an entire imaginary family—complete with a second set of parents and three siblings—all of whom lived in a make-believe world of Jenna’s own creation. One could say she’s been writing fantasy fiction since she was old enough to use words. And she never outgrew it. Out of this hyperactive imagination, and a life steeped in metaphysics, Jenna created the land of Todor: a world of magic, intrigue, and power plays.





Links:

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