Land of Masks and Moonlight

Land of Masks and Moonlight Three weeks on a ship to China as a stowaway Backbreaking labor in paddy fields A one room shack for a house Vika Cannon will endure anything if it means giving her unborn child and her sister Ceres a

  • Title: Land of Masks and Moonlight
  • Author: S.K. Falls
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  • Page: 347
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  • Three weeks on a ship to China as a stowaway Backbreaking labor in paddy fields A one room shack for a house.Vika Cannon will endure anything if it means giving her unborn child and her sister Ceres a chance to grow up The Great Land may be fraught with dangers of its own, but it s still safer than the grim Asylums and stinging acid rains of their poisoned home The bruThree weeks on a ship to China as a stowaway Backbreaking labor in paddy fields A one room shack for a house.Vika Cannon will endure anything if it means giving her unborn child and her sister Ceres a chance to grow up The Great Land may be fraught with dangers of its own, but it s still safer than the grim Asylums and stinging acid rains of their poisoned home The brutal conditions seem a small price to pay especially with Shale Underwood to come home to.But when a local cell of New Amanian Radicals is captured, Vika knows it s only a matter of time before her true identity is revealed In order to survive, she must immerse herself in an underground society where masked strangers revel in the spoils of illicit power A mistake now could result in her unmasking and the obliteration of everything Vika holds dear As the net around her cinches tighter, she begins to understand that nothing in life is free.What will Vika trade for her family s safety

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    1. The second book in the Glimpsing Stars series finds Vika on her way to China. Most of the story takes place within a Chinese camp where they must try to fit in and not be discovered by the authorities who have been tipped off about the New Armanian fugitives. This novel is definitely darker than the first, and it does feel like the stakes are much higher. It is a very gritty kind of book, which the characters just fighting to survive and less about trying to overthrow the dystopian government (a [...]

    2. This is the sequel to World of Shell and Bone. It picks up a couple weeks after the previous book with the characters still on the ship to China. The book is mainly focused on Vika's struggles to survive in a new type of world while protecting her family. I feel like the author does a better job with this sequel than the first book. This has actually renewed my love for dystopian genre. There is also more romance in this book then the previous one. Likewise, an increase in drama and moments that [...]

    3. This is definitely an engaging installment (or ending?) to the Glimpsing Stars series. I really enjoy this author and certainly recommend this series. You just have to keep reading to see what happens next! However.*****SPOILER ALERT*****This story line slows in places and the ending seems rushed. There are also two lines regarding Ceres that are totally just thrown in there with no prelude or follow-up. Maybe they were accidentally left in from a previous draft? If not, I question why they were [...]

    4. I loved the beginning of this book. Got going right away, very fast paced with a lot happening. Then it turned into a sappy love storywhich can be great, just for my tastes it was a little too sappy. Still a good book though and well written and if there's another one, I'll be reading it!

    5. As with World of Shell and Bone, I loved this book! I think the writing is delicious. And I love the characters. I love how Vika and Shale's relationship is. I was surprised that I actually ended up liking Ceres. Just an interesting book and series. I hope there's more to come!

    6. Very good book with many ups and downs. The part where Vika has her baby is terrifying, and broke my heart. Loved itd so glad with the ending.

    7. Even better than the first book. More grit, higher stakes, and fast paced suspense. Great dystopian series for grown women!

    8. I loved this story. The writing is very poetic and passionate. I feel as though I am Vika while I'm reading her tale.

    9. This book took a turn for the worst. it turned into a sappy traditional love story. don't get me wrong, it was fun to read, but it felt rushed and just felt like a traditional love story.

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