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    Really good

    I love the world that Kylie Griffin has created and I was happy to return to it with this book. The first book ended with the alliance being formed and a lot of people supporting Kalan and Annika but this book brings in those who aren’t content and do not trust the Na’Chi. A lifetime of distrust and fear can’t be swept under the rug and I appreciate that Griffin is aware of that. I’m actually really happy that there’s unrest over the human/Na’Chi alliance because that’s how things would really be. I was hoping for more romance or a better developed romance in this one. Most of the story is focused on the fantasy side which I don’t mind because it’s an interesting world. But I felt like we don’t see enough of Kymora and Varian’s developing relationship to warrant their feelings by the end. Of course they met in the previous book and are friends for several months before they become more but it just felt a little fast. Kymora’s faith is tested in this book but for the most part she’s too much of a believer in the Lady to go too far off the rails. Her compassion, devotion, and hard held beliefs make her a bit stubborn but a very likable character. Varian on the other hand struggles throughout with controlling his Na’Reish side and letting Kymora past his walls. Varian has done everything he can to protect his people but he doesn’t trust easily and he’s isolated himself. He keeps pushing Kymora away but she won’t let him separate himself. I liked that this book brought to light the darker side of the Na’Chi but also what it means to embrace both halves and learn to accept both sides. I wish it was clearer what age the characters are because it would make it easier to understand why they act the way they do. I think Kymora and Varian are in their late 20’s but it’s never stated. I have no idea how old some of the side characters, like Lisella and Zaune, are.

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