Sunday, December 11, 2011

Oubliette Review

186 pages
Reychel thought she was finally free. She was wrong. Everyone saw her gift of prophecy as a blessing, but her gift is uncontrollable. No one alive can teach her to manipulate her unique gift and the answers she needs lie buried within a madman’s journals. She’s thrust in the midst of a brewing war and the only uniting factor for her people is their belief in the Prophet. Will Reychel learn to control her gift or will she be forced to deliver a false prophecy that could lead her people into a violent war?

The second book in this trilogy, Oubliette is another short novel. A lot more action and betrayal forms the majority of this book. Reychel's journey to discover and figure out her gift is difficult. Reychel also has to learn that not everyone can be trusted. A couple of new characters are introduced in this book and we see the return of a few favorites. I enjoyed that there was so much mystery in this book that I was never really sure what would happen next. The ending just increased my anticipation to hurry up and get through the last book. I definitely recommend this if you love fantasy fiction novels.


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