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    Heart of Destiny

    Heart of Destiny introduced me to a very interesting and new world. A world that has been split into separate realms by a magical wall where they only meet in the middle at the Citadel. This was supposed to bring peace, but it seems to have only brought about petty squabbles instead, especially with a corrupt emperor ruling them all. When children begin to disappear - everyone wants to blame their neighboring realm. And here is where I wish there had been more to the story than a novella can hold. Being introduced to so many characters - one from each realm - was a bit confusing, and I still wasn't sure who was who and where they came from by the end of the book. I'm hoping they separate themselves a little more in future books of the series, because I see a lot of good possibilities ahead. The djinn and the dragons were a great spin on more traditional creatures, and the concept of them having a triad merger of beings with girls that were taken was a fun new element.
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    Awesome fantasy story

    This for me was a very intense book with lots to take in. But its the same with any new series. It is worth persevering as all becomes clear and you become aware of the motives plots counter plots. Plus a taste of what is up come . Don't take my word for it but it's awesome . Looking forward so much to the rest of the series.
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    Heart od Destiny

    If you love fantasy with witches, healers, dragons etc you will love this book and the possibility of war between magic and those seeking to centralised power.
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    Great story

    What an awesome story. Grandpa telling Emily the story of her birthright. A heart necklace given to the special ones. Boys and girls given this on their birth and wearing it always. Dragons and djinns meeting their special person Whois meant to connect with them. The lands and the various provinces drawn so detailed that you can see them in your mind. The Citadel as the governing faction to all the provinces and the army that protects them all. The way this is all tied together left me wanting more. A must read for all I declare. You have to read this and walk into this amazing land! I was given this book as an arc in exchange for my honest review.
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