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Krait's Redemption

Posted on September 10, 2017 at 8:25 PM



About the Book


Title: Krait’s Redemption


Author: T.L. Shreffler


Genre: YA Fantasy


Release Date: September 12, 2017




With winter solstice fast approaching, Sora and her companions are running out of time. She must stop The Shade from awakening the Dark God, yet a powerful force has overtaken her Cat’s-Eye necklace, rendering the stone almost useless. To use the stone, Sora must learn to trust her instincts and embrace her own inner strength. She joins forces with unexpected allies, Lord Gracen Seabourne among them, to protect the City of Crowns. As the city dissolves into chaos, she finds herself barreling toward an epic battle that will decide the fate of mankind.


At risk to his own life, Crash returns to the Hive seeking aid against Cerastes. However, the events that led him into exile have not been forgotten. Will the Hive offer him redemption, or will they demand he pay the ultimate price for his transgressions?


Join Sora and Crash in their epic battle to save the City of Crowns!


Author Bio




T.L. Shreffler is a noblewoman living in the sunny acres of San Fernando Valley, California. She enjoys frolicking through meadows, sipping iced tea, exploring the unknown reaches of her homeland and unearthing rare artifacts in thrift stores. She holds a Bachelors in Eloquence (English) and writes YA Fantasy, Paranormal Romance and poetry. She has previously been published in Eclipse: A Literary Anthology and The Northridge Review.








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I had a bit of trouble in the beginning, I hate the back and forth between the characters; you think you are reading on one character and then it like jumps to another character. I don't like that, but once I got used to the book switching back and forth I began to really enjoy it. The struggle of the characters fighting for good; you just don't realize the bad person is a good person. I think my favorite character is Burn, he seems like such an outcast yet he is the one person you would want next to you. Maybe that is just me, but his character is moving. Sora is a bad ass but I'm not sure she gets independence is not all it is cracked up to be, the cat's eye is something that I think haunts her. I have not gotten to finish this book; so don't ruin the last few chapters for me. Thank you to the author for allowing me to read this. I'm rooting for Burn & Sora (I also need to catch up on the beginning of the series-- seems I always hit a series in the middle).

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Reply T. L. Shreffler
1:09 AM on September 12, 2017 
Thank you for the review and for joining the blog tour! :)