Here Was An Ancient Land Of Beauty And Bloodshed Turning Away From Warfare And Superstition, Kori And Her Husband, Uroh, Left Their People To Found The Ocean Tribe, A Group Of Peace Loving Wanderers Turned Fishermen And Hunters Led By A Strong And Beautiful Female Warrior, Protected By The Mysterious Sea, They Had No Enemies Or So Kori Thought Yet A Bitter Foe Lies Deep Within The Tribe Itself, Poised To StrikeThe Tribe S Peaceful Existence Begins To Crumble When A Stranger Named Werror Appears, Seeking Refuge After Ruthless Fighters Decimate His Village Skilled And Clever, This Powerful Man Both Captivates And Disturbs Kori Little Does She Know That He Is About To Lead Her Into The Ultimate Betrayaland A Battle For Survival That Will Shatter Everything She Believes About Herself And Her World I ve been in love with another book by this author for almost 15yrs, so I decided to give all the other works a try I have to say after comparing this to Children of the Ice my fav I wasn t as impressed I found Kori to be wooden and unrelatable She just wasn t a character I liked and the son was a complete sociopath with no redeemable qualities Compared to the other book it was a 1, on it s own it was just okay.
Charlotte Prentiss is a pseudonym of Charles Platt
- 384 pages
- The Ocean Tribe
- Charlotte Prentiss
- 04 November 2017 Charlotte Prentiss