Empire of Night

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Resuming from where Sea of Shadows left off, Moria and Ashyn, the Keeper and Seeker of Edgewood, continue their search for the missing children. Along with them are Ronan, the devoted warrior, and Tyrus, the illegitimate prince desiring to be a warrior. As the group of unlikely friends journey to find the missing children, they encounter new friends, old enemies, and more than expected. Will they find the answers that they seek? Join the Keeper and the Seeker on a journey through the Empire of Night.

Despite the main goal of this novel–searching for the missing children–there is very little mention of it. There is a lack of focus on what adventure Moria and Ashyn embark upon; as characters, they seem very unmotivated and are easily distracted from their main task. This book lacks commitment in the directions it turns toward; at first it seems to be about adventure, but then suddenly changes into a romance, and then back to action. Moderately paced, the novel spends an adequate amount of time within each part of the storyline, but lacks a strong focus on any one topic. However, Empire of Night puts readers on the edge of their seats, leaving chapters with cliffhangers, and an ending that leaves much to be anticipated.

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Author Kelley Armstrong
Star Count 3/5
Format Hard
Page Count 432 pages
Publisher HarperCollins
Publish Date 07-Apr-2015
ISBN 9780062071279
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Issue April 2015
Category Young Adult


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