Sophie Foster thought she was safe. Settled into her home at Havenfield, surrounded by friends, and using her unique telepathic abilities to train Silveny–the first female alicorn ever seen in the Lost Cities–her life finally seems to be coming together.
But Sophie’s kidnappers are still out there. And when Sophie discovers new messages and clues from the mysterious Black Swan group, she’s forced to take a terrifying risk—one that puts everyone in incredible danger.
As long buried secrets rise to the surface, it’s once again up to Sophie to uncover hidden memories—before someone close to her is lost forever.
In this second book in the Keeper of the Lost Cities series, Sophie must journey to the darkest corners of her luminous world in a sequel that will leave you breathless for more.
Sophie Foster is ready to fight back.
Her talents are getting stronger, and with the elusive Black Swan group ignoring her calls for help, she’s determined to find her kidnappers—before they come after her again.
But a daring mistake leaves her world teetering on the edge of war, and causes many to fear that she has finally gone too far. And the deeper Sophie searches, the farther the conspiracy stretches, proving that her most dangerous enemy might be closer than she realizes.
In this nail-biting third book in the Keeper of the Lost Cities series, Sophie must fight the flames of rebellion, before they destroy everyone and everything she loves.
Guys, RUN do not walk to go buy this series. I’ve now read three of them in two days, which even for a fast reader like me is a lot – especially as these books are roughly 600 pages apiece.
Usually sequels don’t quite measure up to the promise of the first book. THESE DO and surpassed my expectations. I haven’t been this excited about a series in a long time. I’m sad I didn’t hear about this series sooner. 1) Because it means I didn’t get to start this series sooner. 2) Because it means not enough people are talking about these books.
I’m having a hard time even writing a coherent review because I just want to… I don’t know. Make a Sophie cosplay? Write fanfiction? Write fanart? Google everything there is to know about this series?
I’d say I’m going to tell my students about these books, but to be honest I’m probably going to be blabbing to anyone who will listen about them (which includes my students…).
Gotta run, I need to figure out how hard it would be to make a cosplay. Because I want to cosplay Sophie, and Oralie, and…
Stay magical readers!