Legacy by Jesikah Sundin (Narrator: Sunil Patel)

 

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61tC0eEF08L._SL500_She is from the past, locked inside a world within a world. He is from the future, haunted by her death.

A sensible young nobleman and his fiery sister live in an experimental medieval village. Sealed inside this biodome since infancy, Leaf and Willow have been groomed by The Code to build a sustainable world, one devoid of Outsider interference. One that believes death will give way to life.

All is ideal until their father bequeaths a family secret with his dying breath, placing an invisible crown of power on Leaf’s head. Now, everyone in their quiet town is suspect. Risking banishment, the siblings search for clues, leading them to Fillion Nichols, an Outsider with a shocking connection to their family. Their encounter launches Fillion into battle with his turbulent past as he rushes to decode the many secrets that bind their future together – a necessity if they are all to survive.

Cultures clash in an unforgettable quest for truth, unfolding a story rich in mystery, betrayal, and love.

Are you ready to discover what is real?

I received this audio book from the author/publisher via Audio Book Worm for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinions are entirely my own.

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Review

Formed around the bond of a brother and sister, we are transported into a world that seems stuck between its future and its past; and the characters must make the appropriate choices to keep everything from falling apart.

I absolutely LOVED this story! It is so unique and captivating, not only the story itself, but the characters too. The narrator was simply stunning, perfectly capturing the tone of the book and providing the correct emphasis in every sentence. At one point while listening, I caught myself looking to the TV thinking that I was watching a show instead of listening to a book!

As for the cleanliness of the novel, there always seems to be mild violence in YA novels, so in addition to that, there is a descriptive scene of grieving the loss of a loved-one that some audiences may be able to relate to a little too well and therefor may be disturbed by this scene. Aside from this, I was very pleased with how this book ended and await book two with eagerness.

Legacy comes highly recommended! 5 out of 5 stars!

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