Sunday, July 17, 2016

The Forgotten (Zola Flash, #2) by T. Marie Alexander

The Forgotten
by T. Marie Alexander

My rating: 4 stars

Series: Zola Flash - Book 2
Published June 7th 2016
Publisher: Lateaikia Alexander
ISBN: 0996906428
ISBN13: 9780996906425
Genre: YA Fantasy | Sci-fi
Print Length: 212 pages
Available from: Amazon
Her family
Her home.
Her sense of self.

Another home.
And Pin, the Payohlini she loves above all else.

With Renz gone and no one to command the Payohlini army, Zola assumed everything would go back to normal. Well, as normal as life could be for someone like her. The war should be over and her planet and people should be safe. Having accomplished what she set out to do—getting revenge for her family’s murder, she even dares to dream of days spent as a normal girl, of dates with Pin without them looking over their shoulders for flying swords. No more hiding, but living the kind of life she always thought she’d have.

With new responsibilities come new problems, though—as well as a Flash from her past that she didn’t see coming.

One that threatens to change everything.

Zola thought she had nothing else to lose. Unfortunately, she’s about to get a galactic awakening.

No one ever said being a princess would be easy.

The Forgotten (Zola Flash, #2) by T. Marie Alexander

The Forgotten (Zola Flash, #2)Zola has survived the loss of her family and home. She has faced danger and survived, damaged, but wiser and now with newfound friends and Pin, she feels she can go on to live a normal life, but can she? Her world is safe, but still needs her and when her past rips into her present, Zola knows things may never be as easy as she dreams.

Zola has learned so much, but still has a teen’s perspective, and now her world may come crashing down, yet again. Will Pin be by her side? Will her new friends remain or will she find herself buried once again under the weight of responsibility and duty? With sword ready, she will face whatever life brings her, fair or not.

T. Marie Alexander has done a marvelous job as she continues Zola’s story with the same strength of storytelling as book one, as Zola comes of age in a hostile world she should never have had to deal with. Zola’s heart is tested, as is the maturity she must gain that is far beyond her years. Ms. Alexander’s tale is perfect for younger teens and young adults who will identify with what Zola is feeling in this science fiction fantasy that is well-written, emotional and filled with danger and deceit.

I received this copy from T. Marie Alexander in exchange for my honest review.


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