Lost on Dark Trails

Lost on Dark Trails Following her journey in Off the Beaten Path Shivah continues her hunt for the vicious raiders who destroyed her village and have since continued their reign of terror across the country They are jo

  • Title: Lost on Dark Trails
  • Author: Rukis
  • ISBN: 9781614502203
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • Following her journey in Off the Beaten Path , Shivah continues her hunt for the vicious raiders who destroyed her village and have since continued their reign of terror across the country They are joined by the men of her village who turned on their own people, including her husband.Continuously haunted by a spirit bent on pushing her down a path of vengeance, Shivah haFollowing her journey in Off the Beaten Path , Shivah continues her hunt for the vicious raiders who destroyed her village and have since continued their reign of terror across the country They are joined by the men of her village who turned on their own people, including her husband.Continuously haunted by a spirit bent on pushing her down a path of vengeance, Shivah has begun to question whether chasing revenge is worth throwing her life away, or if there s a better future ahead of her, and a chance at real peace the most elusive quarry of all for a woman whose heart is consumed by grief and anger.

    One thought on “Lost on Dark Trails”

    1. This was a wonderful follow up to the first book and a fantastic sequel in its own right.After Ransom and Puck are reunited it's time to figure out what to do next. A confession from Puck is surprising but also gives them an opportunity to settle the matter of Rourke and the raiders.However while Shivah's thirst for revenge is somewhat sated, more questions and problems arise to replace old ones. Old companions become enemies and enemies turn out to perhaps be not as bad as originally thought. R [...]

    2. This book is one of my all time favourites. The story is gripping and authentic; the characters feel very real and lovable and at the end of every chapter, I just couldn't wait to start the next.

    3. Ow, ow, my poor characters, they hurt.I had a few niggles about the writing style in this book, but all in all the story felt engrossing enough that I was willing to overlook them.

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