Friday, January 15, 2016

Redeem by Donnielle Tyner (The Caelian Cycle, #2.5)

by Donnielle Tyner

My rating: 5 stars

Series: The Caelian Cycle - Book 2.5
Publisher: Donnielle Tyner
Publication Date: January 18, 2016
Genre: YA Fantasy | Scifi
Print Length: 66 pages
Available from: Amazon
A boy without a voice.
A teen without a home.
A man without hope.

Kian knows the way his life is headed will be the death of him. It doesn’t matter how many criminals he catches for Gordon's Bounty Detective Agency or how deep he tries to fall into the bottle – those eyes haunt him. All it took was one whisper of bad advice, one wrong choice, one mistake, to wipe out years of confidence he had struggled to build while living on his Grandmother’s farm. Then Kian found the box of files overflowing with unsolved crimes. Those cold cases jolted his soul from its vegetative state and awakened his resolve. Kian knew those cases were meant for him to solve, but the last thing he expected to find within a few wrinkled folders was his ultimate redemption.

Redeem by Donnielle Tyner (The Caelian Cycle, #2.5)

Redeem (The Caelian Cycle #2.5)He is haunted by a memory and a past filled with conflict. As a Caelian gifted with special “talents,” Kian only found love and acceptance in the love from his normal Grandmother. Now a bounty hunter under the mentoring of the man who became more like a father to him, Kian’s world is no longer seen through the eyes blurred by alcohol and his interest in unsolved cases grows as pieces of each one nicks at something in his brain. After a life of turmoil, has Kian finally found the spark he has longed for? Will his life finally be meaningful to him? When hate between the Caelian radicals and the Human purists mounts, their rivalry is threatening to boil over as the death toll rises and Kian is placed in a position to accept an offer that has the potential to bring him his personal redemption.

Donnielle Tyner’s Redeem is another brilliantly told tale of the Caelians and their attempts to live in peace among the humans. Kian’s character is tormented, always in a state of agitation as his personal demons rarely let him rest. It is his voice we hear throughout as Ms. Tyner paints his world through Kian’s own eyes and perspective. A little on the dark side, matching Kian’s own emotions, this addition to the Caelian Cycle series is another great read from Donnielle Tyner.

I received an ARC edition from Donnielle Tyner in exchange for my honest review.

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