Teriana has lived her entire life on the sea – the comfort of the waves, the wild ways of the ocean.
The Celendor Empire has conquered everything in its path, and they think they are ruling the entire world…only to find out that Teriana and her people have a secret.
A secret so great that many have died to protect it.
There’s a whole continent on the other side of the world – accessible only through portals. Marcus is assigned to discovering this secret continent and he has to do it to keep his family safe.
And then the unthinkable happens – Teriana family’s ship was captured and in order to keep her mother safe, she’s going to have to break the most sacred vow of her people.
Ehhh…to be honest…I don’t know if it was the mood I was in or what but this one just wasn’t that catchy to me.
I feel like I’ve read a myriad of similar plots in various YA books over the years and this one just wasn’t different enough to hold my interest.
I just couldn’t connect to it in the way I wanted.