Lightning in the Blood (Ree Varekai, #2)



At The Beginning No At The End She Appears, Full Of Fury And Bound By Chains Of Prophecy.Once, There Was A Call A Binding And So, A Woman Appeared, Present In Body But Absent In Knowledge Of Her Past Self Making The Ultimate Journey Of Rediscovery Was Not Without Its Own Pitfalls Or Rewards And Now Ree, A Roaming Archeron, Spirit Of Legend And Time And Physically Now Bound To Her Current Form, Has Yet To Fully Uncover Her True Identity.Ree Has Spent Her Last Innumerable Seasons On The Move Orbiting, In Some Sense, The Lands Of Her Only Friend In This World, Aadet, Who Has Become Intricately Involved In The New Post Revolution Politics Of His People Swinging Back From The Forests Surrounding Solaike, Ree Falls In With Another Wandering Band, Some Korenat Refugees Searching For Their Own Protection On A Trade Route Besieged With The Fallout Of The Recent Uprising The Korenat S Plight Might Not Have Striken Ree So Deeply, But They Are Accompanied By Their Own Archeron, Who Seems To Know Much About Ree S Own Origins Than She Ever Dared To Hope.Lightning in the Blood (Ree Varekai, #2)

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  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • Lightning in the Blood (Ree Varekai, #2)
  • Marie Brennan
  • English
  • 07 October 2019
  • 0765392011

10 thoughts on “Lightning in the Blood (Ree Varekai, #2)

  1. says:

    Ahoy there me mateys I received this fantasy eARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review So here be me honest musings .If ye haven t read the first book in this series, cold forged flame, then ye might want to skip this post and go read me review for the first installment If ye keep reading this log then ye have been forewarned and continue at yer own peril .Now I cannot say enough goodness about the first book I reread it in preparation for this second installment and enjoy Ahoy there me mateys I received this fantasy eARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review So here be me honest musings .If ye haven t read the first book in this ...

  2. says:

    I m conflicted on how to rate this book.I like the concepts on this book I wish this wasn t a novella series because I think there is a lot of potential in this world, so much so to be enough material to fill a full length novel I also like Ree as a character, however, she isn t the most interesting in that we only get a small section of her life She h...

  3. says:

    I really enjoyed this, I basically only knew of Brennan from her Memoir of Lady Trent series and grabbed this off the new release shelf at the library without even reading the synopsis, well it is very different This clearly a middle eastern inspired setting, we follow Ree as she comes upon a caravan on the road, the people she finds are part of a persecuted group who are fleeing the band of warriors that are persecuting their people, heading to seek help from the king Part of their group is a I really enjoyed this, I basically only knew of Brennan from her Memoir of Lady Trent series and grabbed this off the new release shelf at the library without even reading the synopsis, well it is very different This clearly a middle eastern inspired setting, we follow Ree as she comes upon a caravan on the road, the people she finds are part of a persecuted group who are fleeing the band of warriors that are persecuting their people, heading to seek help from the king Part of their group is a free Archon Archai, which is some sort of Djinn esque summoned being bound to their summoner, and turns out Ree is as well but broke free of her bond Ree is missing big chunks of her memory, so the other Archon offers in trade storytelling for her to come along to help protect them They make it to the king where Ree actually has a bit of an in, and manage to get an audience with the King himself to ask...

  4. says:

    Lightning in the Blood which I won through Goodreads Giveaways continues Ree s adventures as she wanders the land searching for her identity and past Returning to Solaike to see her friend Aadet Temini two years after a rebellion which overthrew the tyrannical government of Valtaja s son, Ree stumbles on a band of Nevati Korenat refugees who were ambushed after they crossed the border Accompanied by their Archon, Mevre who seems to knowabout her past, the plight of the Korenat strikes Lightning in the Blood which I won through Goodreads Giveaways continues Ree s adventures as she wanders the land searching for her identity and past Returning to Solaike to see her friend Aadet Temini two years after a rebellion which overthrew the tyrannical government of Valtaja s son, Ree stumbles on a band of Nevati Korenat refugees who were ambushed aft...

  5. says:

    I was super excited for the second novella in the Varekai series and I have to say, in comparison with the first book, this one left me a tiny bit disapointed It s by no means a bad book, but the level of exceiment I felt when thinking about reading this wasn t met when I was actually reading it My biggest issue with this book is that there s a significant time gap between this and the first book or I m an ass and have forgottenthan I think I did I felt like I was missing some key det I was super excited for the second novella in the Varekai series and I have to say, in comparison with the first book, this one left me a tiny bit disapointed It s by no means a bad book, but the level of exceiment I felt when thinking about reading this wasn t met when I was actually reading it My biggest issue with this book is that there s a significant time gap between this and the first book or I m an ass and have forgottenthan I think I did I felt like I was missing some key details, especially every time the whole can t sleep in the same bed forthan 3 nights issue our main character had Am I forgetting this Has anyone read the first book yes it s only 100 pages, but I m not ready to re read it yet and can you tell me if this means something The ending left me hopeful though and I can t wait for the third inst...

  6. says:

    This is a continuation of Ree who is trying to find out where she came from and finds herself helping a band of people who were attacked and whose origins may be the key to finding what she seeks.She guides the band of people who also have a free archon that claims she is a part of their story but she s not quite ready to accept such a thing for her gut says it isn t quite the truth.Ree reaches out to a friend of hers to help these...

  7. says:

    An enjoyable read but frustrating as a novella The characters had just been developed to the point that I as the reader wanted to knowabout them when the book comes to an end The same might be said of the story line It fe...

  8. says:

    I feel like I might have appreciated thisif I d refreshed my memory on the first book, Cold Forged Flame, first I remembered the basics, of course, but some of the subtleties apparently escaped my brain even in the short time since I read the first book Still, I do find the world really interesting and Ree s role in the world compelling The end of this book came as no real surprise as I d already pegged Ree as a wanderer type.I felt like maybe I didn t connect enough with this one, thou I feel like I might have appreciated thisif I d refreshed my memory on the first book, Cold Forged Flame, first I remembered the basics, of course, but some of the subtleties apparently escaped my brain even in the short time since I read the first book Still, I do find the world really interesting and...

  9. says:

    This novella explores another episode in the life of the archon Ree, an avatar formed by magic from mythic origins In Cold Forged Flame, Ree was forced to give up her connection to her past incarnations, and she desperately wants to discover the source of the stories that form the basis of her existence In this volume, she meets a group of gypsy like wanderers traveling with their own archon, who is able to provide the answers to some of her questio...

  10. says:

    Good, but nowhere near as fascinating or compelling as Cold Forged Flame I realize this is the second in the series but the time skipped between 1 and 2 and all that happened in that time made the connections between the books somewhat confusing and distanced Mevres, certainly, was not as strong a character as Aadet, and I found that the beginning of Lightning was not as gripping as Cold Forged Flame The ending was better, especially the teeny little nuggets of information about Ree and t Good, but nowhere near as fascinating or compelling as Cold Forged Flame I realize this is the second in the series but the time skipped between 1 and 2 and all that happened in that time made t...

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