Shadow of Honor is absolutely amazing! Epic! Mind bogglingly creative! This series is shaping up to be one of my all time favorites! The world building, the action, the characters ( I mean Marco alone makes this series worth reading!), and the perfect pacing are all just absolutely brilliant!
Ronie Kendig, once again, does things that I didn’t think would be possible to pull off. I may have cried for someone I never thought I would. She has also made me want something that I know is wrong. Lol. And, she has made me love characters more than I already did! I know this is such a vague review, but basically everything is a spoiler and while I want to shout out all the secrets, I won’t. But, I will say you definitely need to read this series and you need to read it in order. I absolutely cannot wait for book 4! I am equal parts excited and scared to see what happens with all of these characters and their lives.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book. I also purchased a copy. All opinions are my own. The faith thread is woven throughout allegorically.
The war he fears may be the very one he’s been called to start.
Held captive, tortured by monsters of a nightmarish alien race, Marco Dusan clings to a final goal: keep these beasts from the Quadrants, even if it means orchestrating his own death. But his dreams betray that singular design. In them his bonded calls to him across lightyears. Does he leave her to fight Symmachia alone, or risk bringing an unwinnable war to every planet in the Quadrants?
On board the alien dreadnought, Eija Zacdari flounders, torn amidst military machinations, prophecies, and an inexplicable bond with one of the fearsome creatures who have imprisoned her friends. Only by uncovering the truth about an ancient conflict now shrouded in deception will she find her place.
Faced with her true identity, Eija sees her purpose snap into focus, and she realizes the war Marco fears may be the very one he has been called to start.
Enclave Publishing, June 14, 2022
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