After making it through the heat and trials of High Summer in Southland, Tenet Bradwin was given a new chance at life. All he had to do was travel over an unknown land with a woman he barely knew and pretend to be a different person well enough to convince a wary government to take a chance and give him asylum. How hard could that be? More
With the help of a bounty hunter, Tenet Bradwin, son of the Exalted Leader, lived though his High Summer escape through the burning sands of Southland and ended up in the oasis of a rough border town. Instead of being the end of his journey, though, Tenet quickly learns that it was really only the beginning.
His government is still after him, his family is leading the charge, and the only hope he has at any kind of life rests in the deep, unknown wilds of the Borderlands. The challenges are many: unforgiving mountains, brutal weather, and a bounty hunter dogging his every move, not to mention a wife who never really wanted to be a wife, a father that haunts his dreams, and the heavy burden of guilt for his actions. And that is just what Tenet faces getting to the border, before he has to try and sell his new identity to a harsh nation that can not afford to take risks.
Follow Tenet and Scarab as they try to forget the past and embrace the new challenges of life in a foreign land in this second book of the Tenet Series.
I love to try new ways to create things. However, writing is the only thing I always come back to. Life interrupted my path several times, until finally my family said to bite the bullet and give this scary "putting myself out there" thing a try.
on July 29, 2017 :
Just like the first book l thought that this was a fantastic read.
(review of free book)
on July 23, 2014 :
The second book of the Tenet series is somewhat different from the first book. It continues the story but with more focus on character building than action. Despite of the differences it remains interesting throughout from beginning to the end.