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Shards of Hope

Shards of Hope

Awakening wounded in a darkened cell, their psychic abilities blocked, Aden and Zaira know they must escape. But when the lethal soldiers break free from their mysterious prison, they find themselves in a harsh, inhospitable landscape far from civilization. Their only hope for survival is to make it to the hidden home of a predatory changeling pack that doesn’t welcome outsiders.

And they must survive. A shadowy enemy has put a target on the back of the Arrow squad, an enemy that cannot be permitted to succeed in its deadly campaign. Aden will cross any line to keep his people safe for this new future, where even an assassin might have hope of a life beyond blood and death and pain. Zaira has no such hope. She knows she’s too damaged to return from the abyss. Her driving goal is to protect Aden, protect the only person who has ever come back for her no matter what.

This time, even Aden’s passionate determination may not be enough – because the emotionless chill of Silence existed for a reason. For the violent, and the insane, and the irreparably broken . . . like Zaira.

Rich, dark, sumptuous and evocative . . . bestselling author Nalini Singh is back with a stunning, dark and passionate new tale.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 31st December 2015

Price: £9.99

ISBN-13: 9780575111950

Reviews

Nalini Singh is such a phenomenal writer, that after 13 books, she still keeps us wanting more and more of this awesome series.
The Reading Cafe
the book moves apace and keeps the pressure and intensity of both passion and action alike going to the last page.
Geek Syndicate
Shards of Hope left me wanting to learn more about the background to the characters and the elements I didn't understand intrigued rather than alienated me. Nalini Singh's characters are a great draw in their own right, and when you add a brisk pace and complex plotting to the mix, it's not hard to see why the series is still going strong
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