Render (The Children of Man, #2)

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In the wake of the senseless massacre of the Tereskan healers in Kilrood, Faela and her new allies must heed Rivka’s dying prophecy in order to stand against the coming darkness. But old allies have turned into bitter enemies. Will Faela rediscover her path before it’s too late, or will her desire for revenge lead to her end? More

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About Elizabeth Mock

Elizabeth C. Mock lives with her husband in Cincinnati, Ohio where they watch too many movies and plot their next culinary adventure. She currently teaches philosophy, spends too much time on tumblr, and continues writing The Children of Man series and other projects. Elizabeth is a fantasy author repped by Barry Goldblatt of Barry Goldblatt Literary.


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About the Series: The Children of Man
Growing up during the chaos of the Nabosian War, Faela Durante and her entire generation never knew what it meant to live in a time of peace. Though the war ended years ago, the devastation has not. Every decision, no matter how seemingly insignificant, has a consequence and some consequences can never be predicted. But some are foretold.

Less than a year ago, Faela, the first Tereskan mind healer in generations, disappeared from her family home in Finalaran scared and pregnant. Hunted and living as an outcast, Faela searches for a legend that might be her only hope of gaining atonement and returning to her son. When her journey collides with two strangers and a prophecy, she must choose between trusting those around her or endangering her mission. With her past refusing to stay behind her, the consequences of Faela's choices will risk more than her own fate

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Review by: Carol Bartrop on Feb. 19, 2013 :
Thoroughly enjoyed both books, nice build up of characters and plot with some unexpected twists. Look forward to next one.
(reviewed 46 days after purchase)
Review by: Margaret Reeves on July 10, 2012 : (no rating)
I read this book and shatter. I thought it was excellent. I can barely contain my sef waiting for the next book. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The plot was very satisfying.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: Crystal Colon on Jan. 5, 2012 :
This book series is a great read! I can't wait for the next one!
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)

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