A teen romance that delivers a softer, more innocent love story than the publisher’s well-known adult tomes. Allegiance by Cayla Kluver, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Allegiance (The Legacy Trilogy) [Cayla Kluver] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. He couldn’t help his past any more than he could help the.
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I was expecting some of the same writing problems in this book and was overjoyed to find none. I almost stopped reading all together but I dared to push on so I can find out what happened to Narian.
May 05, Terri rated it did not like it Shelves: Sacrifice kluved a bad book, but it didn’t live up to the caliber the first two novels had set. He showed real maturity, putting his duty ahead of his personal wants and emotions. That scored her major originality points. Alera doesn’t truly believe Narian will fight against Hytanicauntil Cokyrian troops attack with Narian commanding the charge.
Every single bad thing that happens to her kingdom is the direct result of some utter piece of stupidity brought to them courtesy of Alera. It was a wonderful completely fulfilling read for me, this is my all time favorite series ever. I can hardly wait for Sacrifice to come out to find if Alera is up to the challenge!
Some characters didn’t quite get what I thought was coming to them, but others certainly did. Except times you see her worried about her female friends, the rest book is her worrying over small things.
May 03, Jamie rated it liked it. Everything else I could give a pass, cqyla Alera makes my stars shrivel up and die. Even Steldor grew on me and I find myself wanting even more from his character. Allegiance immediately picks up where Legacy left off. They made me laugh, cry and root for them all the way to the bitter end. Overall it’s a romantic filler that is probably not helpful for its intended young audience but may be better than most romance novels for adult readers.
Dreaming In Books: Review: Sacrifice by Cayla Kluver
She allows her kingdom’s destru Urgh. He waited, watching the doors at the far end with eyes as bright as emeralds and as threatening as livid clouds on the horizon.
The first part is very similar in tone, style, and pacing to that of Legacy.
Did the writing improve? He is leading the charge out in the streets, buildings are blowing up, townspeople are trying to break into the palace for safety, secondary characters we like are missing or dead. But what the hell does it take for him to actually become the enemy, short allegiaance murdering her family in front of her? As like the other book I was a tad disappointed as alkegiance.
Oh yeah, because he was the one who told the kidnappers how to get her. In my opinion, even with the first book, his story with her is way more believable than with Narian.
And putting them down for making errors in judgment. Sep 15, Melissa alleguance it it was amazing Shelves: There was no character development whatsoever in terms of the main character, Alera. Which is not her fault because I know she wants to be more strong and independent – and honestly I cannot control her wayward heart. She is so young to have to deal with a kingdom at war, arranged marriage, and betrayals a plenty.
I’m on page of Allegiance, which means I’ve probably read about pages in total from her point of view, and my dislike of her has only increased.
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Mostly Alera pined for Narian, cursed Steldor, and tried to exercise her new role as queen with petulant attempts at independence. I wanted to know more about that last battle. One final warning I will give is that I think if you are sensitive, you should have some tissues at hand. Many people dislike Alera for being so week and pliable, but I love that it is so true to the book. In other words, Kluver either needs to fix her setting or fix her character, because either her setting is broken and eighteen year olds there really are as selfish and completely immature as Alera — who presumably should be at least a little more mature than other 18 year old teenagers, being queen, married, and an older sister — or Alera is just a broken character.
I cannot wait to see what happens to Alera, Steldor and Narian as well as the country of Hytanica. The writing is pretty much exactly cayoa same as the first book. Contemplating reading the synopsis for the third book online so I dont have to read an overly written novel, written from the point of view of a very frustrating lead character.