Bloodmarked by Tracey Deon is the sequel to her amazing story, Legendborn. In this sequel, Bree (Brianna Mathews) has just found out that instead of her love interest, Nick, being the scion of Arthur, she is. Navigating the still new to her world of the Order from deeper inside than ever before, Bree struggles to find a way to save Nick from his father while still being the perfect scion, only to discover that the regents will never fully accept her as the scion of Arthur, all because of the color of her skin. But Bree is more than just a scion; she has abilities never before seen in the Order. Now that she understands she will never be accepted or allowed to lead, will she resign to being a pawn on a huge chessboard, or will she dive deeper into her own ancestral roots and find what really makes her strong?
Bloodmarked was riveting and exciting, and there were quite a lot of plot twists in the storyline, but when the story came to an end, I was very upset with the outcome. I guess this means I was really into it. This book is great for all the people who like black girl magic and empowerment. It also has a lot of historical references and a little romance too. If you want to dive back into the secrets of the Order, I recommend that you get Bloodmarked. I’m already waiting for the third book to be released!
|Page Count||576 pages|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers|
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