War of the Wilted by Amber Mitchell Blog Tour with Review & Giveaway @chapterxchapter @amberinblunderl @entangledteen

Publication Date: October 1, 2018
Publisher: Entangled Teen

Like flowers denied water, people are wilting under the emperor's tyranny.

Rose will not rest until the Gardener is dead. But there are bigger battles to fight, and Rayce—leader of the rebellion and the only man Rose has ever loved—believes their best chance at winning the war is to join forces with her sworn enemy.

Saving innocent people is more important than her quest for revenge. But their new ally can’t be trusted—and he knows her darkest secret. One betrayal could leave the war and Rayce’s life hanging in the balance, and Rose will need to make the ultimate sacrifice to save them all.

War of the Wilted is fantastic and I'm so happy to have read it!! The author's continuity with her worldbuilding and characters never disappoints as you quickly find yourself immersed in the storyline. This story does pick up where Garden of Thorns ended so in order not to find yourself lost while reading, you must read the books in order. I will also note that I simply love the beautiful covers and cannot wait to see where things go next!

I give this

{I requested an advanced reading copy via the publisher on NetGalley and made no guarantee of a favorable review. The opinions expressed herein are unbiased and my own.}

Amber Mitchell was born and raised in a small town in Florida. After briefly escaping small town life by attending the University of South Florida where she earned her degree in Creative Writing, she decided to ditch traffic jams and move back to her hometown. There she writes Young Adult novels, usually with a bit of magic in them, rolls D20s with her friends on Thursday nights and enjoys hanging out with her husband and four cats. Her other job involves crafting cardstock in to 3D art and has allowed her to travel all over the US vending at comic conventions which has only increased her love for fantasy and fandoms. She is represented by Nikki Terpilowski of Holloway Literature

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