Allegiance of Honor

Allegiance of Honor

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"The "unparalleled romantic adventure"* of Nalini Singh's New York Times bestselling series continues as a new dawn begins for the Psy-Changeling world... The Psy-Changeling world has undergone a staggering transformation and now stands at a crossroads. The Trinity Accord promises a new era of cooperation between disparate races and groups. It is a beacon of hope held together by many hands: old enemies, new allies, wary loners. But a century of distrust and suspicion can't be so easily forgotten, and it threatens to shatter Trinity from within at any moment. As rival members vie for dominance, chaos and evil gather in the shadows and a kidnapped woman's cry for help washes up in San Francisco, while the Consortium turns its murderous gaze toward a child who is the embodiment of change, of love, of piercing hope: a child who is both Psy...and changeling. To find the lost and protect the vulnerable--and to save Trinity--no one can stand alone. This is a time of loyalty across divisions, of bonds woven into the heart and the soul, of heroes known and unknown standing back to back and holding the line. But is an allegiance of honor even possible with traitors lurking in their midst? *Publishers Weekly on Shards of Hope"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2016
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781101987766
Branch Call Number: FIC Singh N
Characteristics: xiv, 478 pages 24 cm


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Apr 08, 2019

I'd say this is less a finale to part one of the Psy-Changeling series than an addendum. (Shards of Hope would probably be the actual finale.). As noted by another commenter, the chapters jump from point-of-view to point-of-view, providing a chance to see what all the characters have been up to, introducing new characters (including the pup cubs), and saying a couple of good-byes (one final). Loosely tying everything together are the threat to Sascha and Lucas's cub and the hunt for a missing Black Sea changeling, but they are really just an opportunity to check in on all our favorite characters before part two of the series kicks off.

This isn't my favorite book of the series, but I have found myself coming back to it a few times just to re-read some of high points of the book: the glimpse of Sascha's developing powers; anything to do with Vasic, Ivy Jane, and the Arrows; Kaleb/Sahara and Hawke/Sienna scenes; and the party finale with everyone together. An enjoyable - if a bit disjointed - read.

May 20, 2017

I found it annoying. I really couldn't get into the flow of the story because of the constant voice changes. It's less relevant to have every single piece sewn up in a tidy piece as compared to something I can just dive into and forget the world around me. I could still hear my kids and the dogs. If a book can't drown those out and make the "mooooommmmy" harder to hear, it's just not that great. Which is a pity, I usually love Nalini Singh's books.

Oct 07, 2016

The gripping finale to the first story-arc of this urban fantasy series. Full of intrigue, drama, and reunions with favorite characters, it's a truly satisfying read.


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