He also knew how much she wanted what she wanted: Hesod’s daughter’s blood on her hands.
Love brought nothing but death.
Justice was a god, and Ayla didn’t believe in childish things. She believed in blood.
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Review of Crier’s War
Review: (4 Stars): Crier’s War was an intriguing story of love and acceptance. Ayla wants desperately to avenge her family’s death by killing the daughter of the man that ordered the raid on her village. What she soon discovers is that the person that she plans on killing isn’t much different than herself. Together, they learn that they may have to go to war to protect the people that they care about and stop the evil that is planning to take it all over.
I liked this book and instantly connected to Ayla. She had nothing left to lose and wanted revenge for everything that happened to her family. I loved how she connected to Crier and realized that they had more in common than she originally thought. Very interesting story and has a lot of themes that are relevant in today’s political climate. Can’t wait to read what she puts out next.