Thief's Cunning by Sarah Ahiers download in iPad, pdf, ePub
Her father was killed while she was a baby.
It's more a leisurely stroll which, with my lack of reading lately, might have been right for the occasion. Ahiers is great at building a world that feels tangible, she did an incredible job at extending that world here as well, giving us more cultures to explore. But Lea's hiding secrets and they can't remain hidden forever, especially when Allegra is so persistent and stubborn when it comes to finding the answers. And my sweet, sweet Nev pulled at every heartstring I have. As the niece of the infamous assassin Lea Saldana, Allegra is used to hiding from people who want her dead.
There's love, sadness, pain, action, passion, betrayal-you name it. And like Allegra, my cage is my family right now. Like Allegra, I have felt extremely trapped in my lately, like I am holding my breath and am desperate to be free. As the reader I really should have read the bloody synopsis, but you live in you learn. Allegra has always had to look over her shoulder.
In the process, Allegra discovers Nev, a traveler who she has an instant attraction too. To feel bound and trapped and then want to live wildly while you had freedom, even if it was just for a moment, really. Once I got past my confusion I was okay though, and honestly I can't even blame the book for it in the first place. It was well-written and teaches that love can lead you to finding who you are and where you belong.
Learn to read the synopsis of books right before you start reading them so you're not wildly confused because you got a habit of thinking books are entirely different to what they actually are. There's honestly not a whole lot more I can say. That sometimes that is harmful, but sometimes, with the right people, it feels less like a cage and more like home. When the other travelers see Allegra's necklace, they decide to take her because that necklace isn't just some piece of jewelry. Although it did take me a while to read it, I saw myself in Allegra.
Their number one enemy is the Da Vias, whose thirst for retaliation is almost two decades in the making. Thief's Cunning was a good book, it just didn't quite hit the mark for me, but I enjoyed the ride regardless. Thief's Cunning does a great job at exploring the complexities of families and how loving people can keep you restrained to one place.
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