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Determined to reunite her family, Alana travels through a portal with her eldest daughter Thana into the world of Vaneesh, where her other daughter Daria lived with her husband and son. However, all they find in the once vibrant cities of Vaneesh are ruins. The native inhabitants of Vaneesh − the Kabeshi − had declared war on all the outworlders. They had consequently destroyed the cities with magic, taking outworlder witches as prisoners. While Daria’s husband Habros and their son had survived the attacks, Daria −a blood witch − had been taken as a prisoner. Neither did the Kabeshi troops torturing their prisoners, nor them having every city under high surveillance make things any better for Thana and her family. Thana − who barely knew how to use her magic − joins Habros and his friends on a mission to rescue Daria. Will they succeed? Find out more in Natalie J Case’s Morderin.
Natalie J Case whisked me away from reality and dropped me right in the middle of a world of fantasy. If you are looking for a fantasy and science fiction novel laced with action, adventure, tension, and suspense, you will love Morderin. Natalie forges an intriguing plot, which unfolds through short and twisted sentences. I was on edge with the spell-binding plot twists. The author captures the mood and setting of the scenes with vivid depictions. This made me feel like I was right there beside the characters, closely and helplessly watching their every move. The cast was wonderfully developed. The sentiment in the words made me experience the characters’ agony, terror, melancholy, loathing, joy, rage, and fear, among other emotions. Although it is the second installment of The Blood Witch saga series, Morderin is an engrossing stand-alone read.