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Realm of Ruins

Valorys power is different . . . its dangerous, unruly, and destructive. But can she channel it to crush a cunning enemy and save the realm from chaos? Welcome to Nissera, land of three kingdoms and home to spectacular magic.A century after her legendary ancestors overcame a bloodthirsty tyrant, seventeen-year-old Valory Braiosa attends a training academy for elicromancers, ...

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Realm of Ruins Reviews

  • Kali Katzmann

    Awesome awesome awesome book! For anyone who appreciates a book with strong female characters, sexy and intelligent men, Disney references, fantasy and magic....this is the book for you! And that is really just the tip of the iceberg. I read this book in ONE NIGHT. I could not put it down, and I was crazy tired the next day. I didn't care though. This is the kind of book that leaves you wanting more. Which is wonderful and frustrating :) Hannah West -- write faster!!! I need more books.

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  • Sara (A Gingerly Review)

    I was thrilled to be able to pick up the second book immediately after the first and stay in this world. I'll gather my thoughts and write my review.

  •  Debra (WifeEclectic)

    More like 4.5. I really liked this book. Well written.

  • USOM

    (Disclaimer: I received this free book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.)

    What I loved about Realm of Ruins is that it looks about the cost of ambitions and the price of the rules when they are broken. It's almost like a mixture of Beauty and the Beast with The Little Mermaid and more! It feels like this blending of stories you know, but always with a new twist, a different option - another ending. One of the things I adore about this book is that i

  • Breanna

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    ARC provided by the publisher.

    Buddy read with Kelly at Another Book in the Wall! 💕

    Realm of Ruins is a companion novel to Kingdom of Ash and Briar, and while there are a few references to the previous book, you can definitely enjoy this without reading it and understand everything that is happening!

    One of the things I liked best about Realm of Ruins, was that the action started right away, quickly pulling you into the book. There is so many elements of

  • Amanda Hagerty

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway. In return for my honest thoughts and review. I am so glad I won this book. I really enjoyed it. Now you don't have to read the first one. But I highly recommend that you do read the first book. Because there a lot information that refer back to book one. This book is about a young girl Valory who is training for a eliccromancer stone. Then on her birthday party she fellows her friend to the magical water. Then gets sent to prison for a crime that she didn ...more

  • Chasty

    I would call this a back story fantasy. To me this story gives you the story of how Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, and Snow White came about and I absolutely loved it. Valory is our hero that puts it all into action. This story just made me go wow I can see that being the back story. Well written and executed beautifully.

  • Kelly Brigid

    “These words were intended to be spoken amid joyous revelers, but somehow they were more precious whispered in the shadows of rebellion.”

    Realm of Ruins is a thrilling fantasy adventure that although not wholly unique, is quite enjoyable to read through and presents some intriguing situations that push the line about what is heroic or not. With so many fantasy elements and various bits of well-known fairy-tales sprinkled throughout, I unfortunately couldn’t help but feel that the story is a t ...more