Oh my gosh, how I am excited about this book, eee :D I loved Sky in the Deep so so very much. And this companion novel sounds like perfection. Oh. I'm going to love it so much, I'm sure of it :D Simply wishing I could read it right away. <3 I cannot wait to meet Tova. She sounds beyond incredible already. And I am going to love her so very much. Sigh. Very excited. I love that it will be the same world, and the precious little boy from Sky in the Deep all grown up now :D Ahh. I just need this book in my life already. Will love it so. And need it so badly. And oh my god. Look at this cover. I die a little every time I see it. So perfect. So fierce and lovely. I cannot wait to own all the copies of this book. I have all the copies of Sky in the Deep, eee, all the ARCs and all the English editions :D Love my collection the very most, and hope I can get all the editions of The Girl the Sea Gave Back too. <3 Adrienne is amazing. And I simply cannot wait to read more books by her. What do you think of this cover? Is it not just so very perfect? Love it the very most :D
The new gut-wrenching epic from the New York Times bestselling author of Sky in the Deep.
as long as she can remember, Tova has lived among the Svell, the people
who found her washed ashore as a child and use her for her gift as a
Truthtongue. Her own home and clan are long-faded memories, but the
sacred symbols and staves inked over every inch of her skin mark her as
one who can cast the rune stones and see into the future. She has found a
fragile place among those who fear her, but when two clans to the east
bury their age-old blood feud and join together as one, her world is
dangerously close to collapse.
For the first time in generations,
the leaders of the Svell are divided. Should they maintain peace or go
to war with the allied clans to protect their newfound power? And when
their chieftain looks to Tova to cast the stones, she sets into motion a
series of events that will not only change the landscape of the
mainland forever but will give her something she believed she could
never have again—a home.