Waiting on Wednesday: Daughter of Dusk

Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Breaking the Spine.
It's a weekly meme about upcoming books we're excited about!



Daughter of Dusk
by Livia Blackburne
(Midnight Thief #2)
Publication Date: August 4, 2015

From Goodreads:

After learning the truth about her bloodlines, Kyra can't help but feel like a monster.

Though she's formed a tentative alliance with the Palace, Kyra must keep her identity a secret or risk being hunted like the rest of her Demon Rider kin. Tristam and the imprisoned assassin James are among the few who know about her heritage, but when Tristam reveals a heartbreaking secret of his own, Kyra's not sure she can trust him. And with James's fate in the hands of the palace, Kyra fears that he will give her away to save himself.

As tensions rise within Forge's Council, and vicious Demon Rider attacks continue in surrounding villages, Kyra knows she must do something to save her city. But she walks a dangerous line between opposing armies: will she be able to use her link to the Demon Riders for good, or will her Makvani blood prove to be deadly?

Why I'm Excited
- I loved Midnight Thief so flipping much. I want to know what happens next.
- And that cover! So simple, yet so gorgeous!

Comments

  1. Great pick! This series does sound pretty good. I'll have to check out the first book.
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

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  2. I don't know if I really want to read the book or if I just want that cover. I haven't read The Midnight Thief so maybe I should do that before deciding huh?

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    1. If you're looking for a really good fantasy novel, totally pick up MIDNIGHT THIEF! It was excellent. :)

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