HYACINTH (The Remnant Book 1)



It Seems Such A Peaceful World, She Mused, Tilting Her Head Back To Let A Beam Of Sunlight Warm Her Face It S Difficult To Believe, When You Smell The Earth And The Trees And The Wildflowers On The Wind It S Difficult To Believe There S A War Going On, And So Many People Are Fighting, Simply To Survive Hyacinth Blillick Is Comfortable With The Mundane Life Her Average Examination Score Got Her That Is, She S Comfortable With It Until The Day Fleck Raven Shows Up Fleck S Presence Isn T Only Inconvenient, Stirring Up Dark Secrets From Hyacinth S Past, But Also Inspires Questions About Life In The Province That She Has Always Wondered But Never Dared To Ask As The Questions And Their Answers Spiral Out Of Control, Hyacinth Finds Herself Thrown Into A Plot To Overthrow The Current Regime And Save Countless Lives So Long As She Can Save Her Own Life First.HYACINTH (The Remnant Book 1)

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 302 pages
  • HYACINTH (The Remnant Book 1)
  • Mereda Hart Farynyk
  • English
  • 03 September 2018

10 thoughts on “HYACINTH (The Remnant Book 1)

  1. says:

    In a Hunger Games esque world of government rule over oblivious, or scared silent, citizens, Hyacinth Blillick comes to realize there might be to her and her world than she ever realized This book was quite good, and was a quick and captivating read I thought it flowed very well and kept me wanting to read I was intrigued to figure out how this world would develop, as the novel only gave small hints and glimpses at this futuristic world for a while I m v...

  2. says:

    As an avid reader I strongly recommended this book it was so good, I couldn t put it down I m very excited to read the next book to see how the story continues I love how the author built the world and the pace of the book was perfect.

  3. says:

    I ve read this a few times, yes.

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