Saturday, April 13, 2019

Review: Castle of Blue Stones by Jordan Elizabeth

Castle of Blue Stones

Synopsis

Volcanic ash has ruined the world and only remote outposts remain. At the castle in the mountains, covered by snow, everyone only sees shades of blue.

Except for Jaisy.

By day she explores farther down the mountain. By night, she’s plagued with dreams of a panther and ghosts calling her name.

When Jaisy’s job sends her into the dungeon, she discovers a hidden room filled with dangerous information. There are secrets within the damp, stone walls that those in control don’t want anyone to know.

The leaders will kill to protect those secrets – even executing one of their own.

Jaisy will not go quietly into the blue night, no matter how hard the leaders attempt to silence her.

Review


This is such an amazing read, but then, nothing unexpected there. I have come to expect out-of-the-world and mind-blowing kind of stories from Jordan Elizabeth and she has yet to disappoint me. So, as usual, this is another one of her awesome works. It's a very interesting, gripping, and entertaining story. It flows beautifully and there isn't a single boring moment in the whole book. For me, it was a quick read which is an added bonus because I love it when I can finish a story in one sitting. It's a thrilling, exciting, and mysterious story that has many twists and turns. It will keep you on your toes, at the edge of your seat while you try to make sense of the mystery unraveling right in front of you. It is a very well-written book and once again the author has crafted a world so beyond the realm of our imagination that it is totally worth reading about.

Jaisy is living in a world where volcanic ash and the shades of blue is all anyone is supposed to see. They are lead to believe that leaving this place means death. But Jaisy is restless, she sees something more and fears that they might not know the whole truth. She plans to uncover the mysteries of this place and finally be free of the shackles she feels around herself. However, what the truth entails is anyone's guess. Is it even worth looking for and is better for her to accept her peaceful existence in this world and keep on going as she always has?

Jaisy is about to find out how deceptive her world is and how much past can haunt you. I think this book is riveting. Jaisy's story of self-discovery had me intrigued right from the beginning and I enjoyed reading every single minute of it. This book is perfection and I recommend it to all my fellow readers. Pick it up, you won't regret it. In my opinion, it is a must read.

P.S. I received a complimentary copy of this book.

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