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The novel consists of a constant mluver of descriptions for every little thing and Alera whining she would have no choice but to marry Steldor. Feb 02, Krystle rated it did not like it. Honestly, who cares about the cut of a dress? Yeah, if you guess he’s with the enemy and suddenly comes back and is the intruder mentioned in the description, you guessed right. Writing has always been Cayla Kluver’s passion.

I hate him too! I really appreciated that Ms.

The Eternity Cure Julie Kagawa. Though there were a few bumps here and there that I didn’t like spoilers: I don’t mean explaining it or showing it, like you know, good writers do, but telling the story. My take while reading this novel was that while on the surface Hytanica seemed to be the more civilized of the two, their sometimes barbaric views of how females should behave made them not as progressive as the Cokyri.

I really hated how she ratted out one of the characters when she should have just ASKED them about it first. Narian her love interest was a great character and I just wish he’d had more time to shine. I just neve Legacy is definitely a classic story of two fundamentally differing societies.


The Kingdom of Cokyri however, is very mysterious and one doesn’t know much about them. So, will I continue with the series and read Allegiance? Hytanica’s other defining feature besides the belief that women are weak and useless, I mean is fear of its mysterious neighbor, Cokyri. For Alera, as queen, she can not be involved in the rulings of the kingdom. That said though, this book was so much more than the cover. I wish that we had more of Narian – the enemy who challenges Alera to fight against the norm of thinking women as the weaker sex.

I liked the world Cayla created for this book for it was very described and built. Could not get through this one–needed a lot more editing. And finally, legacy of a girl becoming a woman. Of course, this is not necessarily a failure unique to rookies. Though I had no trouble in believing in their romance though I wish their romance would have been more gradual and not as fastI do have a problem with Narian – getting over the fact that he’s quite handsome and is also quite sweet and is also quite a bad boy.

I don’t have a single complaint about this book! Other books in this series.

I purchased this copy of Legacy. And as the battle begins for everything Alera holds dear, love may be the downfall of a kingdom.


View all 8 comments. And yet, with all that ingenuity, I don’t believe Cayla Kluver has actually got it right yet.

What happened to klufer awesome blood-soaked mystery I tried to finish this one, I really kluve. Life was harder in those days and no one could afford to be superfluous. There is only so much encyclopedia reading, bad writing, horrible flat characters I can take before I want to knock someone out with the book. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. The author goes in great detail about the rose-colored seats, tapestries, the Queen’s drawing room, the windows and so on.

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She is told that she must choose a husband before she turns 18, but unfortunately the only suitor her father will really a Another reviewer on amazon said something about this book that made a lot of sense to me- that if the author hadn’t been 16 that she wouldn’t have gotten nearly as much attention as she already has. I would certainly recommend this book to individuals who enjoy dystopian or fantasy novels, particularly The Selection series by Kiera Cass.

Two of their names start with the letter T and the other with a C. Narian is kindhearted and sweet.