What is The Plague Diaries + Giveaway


Keeper of Tales Trilogy: Book Three

 Barnes & Noble

The astounding, epic conclusion to the Keeper of Tales Trilogy brings together the cryptic prophecy in The Mapmaker’s War and the troubling mysteries in The Chronicle of Secret Riven—leading to an unforgettable reckoning between lies and truth.

We are all born made of gold.

Secret Riven—the mystically gifted heroine who now represses her uncanny telepathic power—works for the mysterious magnate Fewmany as an archivist in his private library. There, she stumbles upon the arcane manuscript that had vanished following her mother’s untimely death. She suspects the manuscript contains a profound secret, and she is yet unaware of its link to a thousand-year-old war and her own family’s legacy.

The tasks before her are clear: Secret must finally learn what Fewmany wants from her as well as the meaning of a strange symbol she’s dreamed of since childhood. At last, she must confront the questions haunting her and depart on a quest to find the truth about herself, her dead mother, and her fate—to unleash a Plague of Silences meant to destroy, and transform, the world as all have known it.

A dazzling, genre-bending masterwork, The Plague Diaries illuminates the power of our choices, the scars they leave, and the wounds they heal.

My Review

This is the final book in this trilogy. I am a little sad to see it end. Yet, excited to see what the author comes out with next. When I first read, The Mapmaker's War, I could not read the book fast enough. The main character was great; yet, it was the world that I enjoyed the most. That did not change in the second book, The Chronicle of Secret Riven, and it did not stop in this final book. A location can help bring a story together and transport a reader.

The second book kind of sets the stage for this final book in the trilogy. It is where readers were introduced to Secret, Fewmany, and the mysterious manuscript. In the prior novel, Secret's ability to "speak" with animals was introduced. I was happy to see Secret's abilities featured again in this book. What added to the aire of mystery were the diary entries from Secret's mother. They slowly revealed the past as well as what the Plague of Silences was about. There is a bit of a slow build up to the story. However, be patient as it is worth it. The story can't really be rushed as that is the beauty in the book. A nice ending to this trilogy. The Plague Diaries will have readers spellbound by this wondrous book and conclusion to this trilogy.

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Read an excerpt here

Thanks to the author and publisher, I have 1 copy of this book to giveaway to US only. Please leave a comment with your email address on why you would like to win. Winner chosen September 16th.


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