NAMELESS is a book which follows Zo, a girl who goes on a mission to infiltrate an enemy clan’s territory by becoming one of their slaves and sending information using bottles down a river. She doesn’t count on getting out. But her plan gets messed up when her little sister, Tess, follows her and gets taken in with her. The book mostly takes place while Zo completes her mission, and while she meets other slaves, called Nameless, and some interesting soldiers at her job as a healer.
I really enjoyed this book. The delivery of foreshadowing was done very well and the characters had depth, especially Zo, who you come to know by the end of the book. The portrayal of the character’s feelings connected with the reader and made the characters seem like real people. The plot had a good pace, with the right amount of action and breaks between. You should read this book if you like to read fantasy stories, although this world doesn’t have any wizards or magic missiles. I would probably put an age limit on it of around 15, since this book has some heavy aspects like death, slavery, and torture. This was a very well written story, with lots of twists, turns, plans gone awry, and, lets say, interesting relationships.
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